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Jazz Musicians born on November 30

  1. Alan Plachta Alan Plachta
    b. 1981
    guitar
  2. Arturo Puertas Arturo Puertas
    b. 1961
    bass
  3. Barbie Anaka Barbie Anaka
    voice / vocals
  4. Benny Moten Benny Moten
    b. 1916
    bass
  5. David S. Rydelnik
    b. 1981
    trumpet
  6. Duane Andrews Duane Andrews
    b. 1972
    guitar, acoustic
  7. Emilie Lesbros Emilie Lesbros
    voice / vocals
  8. Gabriele Orsi Gabriele Orsi
    b. 1967
    guitar
  9. HAPCO Arts Entertainment HAPCO Arts Entertainment
    b. 2015
    band/orchestra
  10. Jack Sheldon Jack Sheldon
    b. 1931
    trumpet
  11. Jay Corre
    saxophone, tenor
  12. Kelly W Flynn
    b. 1962
    bass
  13. Mark Hauser Mark Hauser
    b. 1971
    saxophone, alto
  14. Mica Bethea Mica Bethea
    b. 1983
    composer/conductor
  15. Randall K. Ierna
    b. 1946
    drums
  16. Robert Nighthawk Robert Nighthawk
    b. 1909
    guitar, slide
  17. Roberta Gambarini Roberta Gambarini
    b. 1972
    voice / vocals
  18. Ronnie Ireland
    b. 1950
    voice / vocals
  19. Sally Street Sally Street
    voice / vocals
  20. Sharon LaMotte Sharon LaMotte
    b. 1957
    voice / vocals
  21. Sigurdur Rögnvaldsson Sigurdur Rögnvaldsson
    b. 1980
    guitar, electric
  22. Smokin' Joe Kubek
    b. 1956
    guitar
  23. Suede Wave Suede Wave
    voice / vocals
  24. Vel Lewis Vel Lewis
    b. 1954
    organ, Hammond B3
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  2. Brownie McGhee
    b. 1915
  3. Johnny Dyani
    b. 1945
  4. Mike Morgan
    b. 1959
  5. Shuggie Otis
    b. 1953
  6. Stan Sulzman
    b. 1948

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