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Jazz Musicians born on November 26

  1. Alicia Saldenha Alicia Saldenha
    voice / vocals
  2. Anil Eraslan Anil Eraslan
    b. 1981
    cello
  3. Anna Webber Anna Webber
    b. 1984
    flute
  4. Arne Jansen Arne Jansen
    b. 1975
    guitar
  5. Art Themen Art Themen
    b. 1939
    saxophone
  6. Bobby Sharp Bobby Sharp
    b. 1924
    composer/conductor
  7. David Cooper
    b. 1963
    trumpet
  8. Diego Urbano Diego Urbano
    b. 1986
    vibraphone
  9. Doc Stewart Doc Stewart
    b. 1960
    saxophone, alto
  10. Fr. Ron Parker
    b. 1938
    guitar
  11. Frank Valeriani Frank Valeriani
    b. 1966
    saxophone, alto
  12. Guy Buttery Guy Buttery
    b. 1983
    guitar, acoustic
  13. Hiroaki Honshuku Hiroaki Honshuku
    flute
  14. Jake Watson Jake Watson
    b. 1966
    drums
  15. Jim Mullen Jim Mullen
    b. 1945
    guitar
  16. John McVie
    b. 1945
    bass
  17. Jon De Lucia Jon De Lucia
    b. 1980
    saxophone, alto
  18. Lutalo Olutosin Lutalo Olutosin
    b. 1960
    voice / vocals
  19. Miho Nobuzane Miho Nobuzane
    piano
  20. Nesuhi Ertegun Nesuhi Ertegun
    b. 1917
    composer/conductor
  21. Rachel Doe Rachel Doe
    b. 1996
    voice / vocals
  22. Rondi Marsh Rondi Marsh
    voice / vocals
  23. Sparky Koerner Sparky Koerner
    b. 1948
    trumpet
  24. Thomas Wendt Thomas Wendt
    b. 1978
    drums
  25. William Esterling
    b. 1995
    trombone
  1. Amos Garrett
    b. 1941
  2. Bernard Allison
    b. 1965
  3. Frank Melrose Frank Melrose
    b. 1907
  4. Gunnar Sonstevold
    b. 1912
  5. Henry 'Hot Lips' Levine
    b. 1907
  6. Jack Perciful
    b. 1925
  7. Trump Davidson
    b. 1908

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