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Jazz Musicians born on December 3

  1. Ali Berkok Ali Berkok
    b. 1978
    piano
  2. Barry Finnerty Barry Finnerty
    b. 1951
    guitar, electric
  3. Brant Lyon Brant Lyon
    b. 1956
    keyboards
  4. Brendan Schuster Brendan Schuster
    b. 1993
    voice / vocals
  5. Connee Boswell Connee Boswell
    b. 1907
    voice / vocals
  6. Dan Coy Dan Coy
    b. 1953
    guitar
  7. Dave Haskell Dave Haskell
    b. 1953
    guitar, electric
  8. Ed. Shaw, Jr. (EJ)
    b. 1974
    bass, electric
  9. Engin Ozsahin Engin Ozsahin
    b. 1986
    piano
  10. Fede4real Fede4real
    b. 1981
    keyboards
  11. Harlan Mark Vale Harlan Mark Vale
    b. 1954
    piano
  12. Ileana Santamaria
    b. 1979
    voice / vocals
  13. Laurie Haines Reese
    b. 1961
    cello
  14. Lefteris Kordis Lefteris Kordis
    b. 1977
    piano
  15. Liviu Maxim Liviu Maxim
    b. 1966
    clarinet
  16. Mark Boling Mark Boling
    b. 1954
    guitar
  17. Melissa Aldana Melissa Aldana
    saxophone, tenor
  18. Michiel Stekelenburg Michiel Stekelenburg
    b. 1979
    guitar
  19. Ove Johansson Ove Johansson
    b. 1936
    saxophone, tenor
  20. Patty Tiscareño
    b. 1953
    voice / vocals
  21. Tim Boniface Tim Boniface
    b. 1982
    saxophone
  22. Tobin Mueller Tobin Mueller
    b. 1955
    piano
  1. Brad Gowans
    b. 1903
  2. Corky Cornelius
    b. 1914
  3. Freddie Assunto
    b. 1929
  4. Joe 'Brother Cornbread' Thomas
    b. 1902
  5. Klaus Salmi
    b. 1908
  6. Lester Koenig
    b. 1918
  7. Olvind Bergh
    b. 1909
  8. Paul Lingle
    b. 1902
  9. Ronnie Gubertini
    b. 1899
  10. Tolvo Karki
    b. 1915

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