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Jazz Musicians born on December 4

  1. Andrew Drury Andrew Drury
    b. 1964
    drums
  2. Andy LaVerne Andy LaVerne
    b. 1947
    piano
  3. Art Felluca Art Felluca
    b. 1982
    saxophone, alto
  4. Bill Mentz Bill Mentz
    b. 1956
    voice / vocals
  5. Bruce Baker Bruce Baker
    b. 1958
    piano
  6. Bruce Eliot Baker Bruce Eliot Baker
    b. 1958
    piano
  7. Cassandra Wilson Cassandra Wilson
    b. 1955
    voice / vocals
  8. David Ullmann David Ullmann
    b. 1972
    guitar
  9. Denis Charles Denis Charles
    b. 1933
    drums
  10. Dennis Wilson (Beach Boy) Dennis Wilson (Beach Boy)
    b. 1944
    drums
  11. Eddie Heywood Eddie Heywood
    b. 1915
    piano
  12. Frank Tiberi Frank Tiberi
    b. 1928
    saxophone, tenor
  13. Guenther Straub Guenther Straub
    b. 1957
    piano
  14. Herman Autrey
    b. 1904
    trumpet
  15. Jackson Hardaker Jackson Hardaker
    b. 1986
    trombone
  16. Jim Hall Jim Hall
    b. 1930
    guitar
  17. Jo Kaiat Jo Kaiat
    b. 1960
    piano
  18. Kendra Ross Kendra Ross
    voice / vocals
  19. Laura Ainsworth Laura Ainsworth
    voice / vocals
  20. Paul Nagel Paul Nagel
    b. 1951
    piano
  21. Petros Sakelliou and the BandA ecLectics
    b. 1977
    band/orchestra
  22. Philipp Schiepek Philipp Schiepek
    b. 1994
    guitar
  23. Steve Habib Steve Habib
    b. 1946
    percussion
  1. Deep Ecology Trio featuring Cristian Amigo, JD Parran, and Andrew Drury Deep Ecology Trio featuring Cristian Amigo, JD Parran, and Andrew Drury
  2. Dick Miller
    b. 1944
  3. Ernie Carson
    b. 1937
  4. Larry Davis
    b. 1936
  5. Little Jimmy King
    b. 1968
  6. Pixie Roberts
    b. 1917
  7. Russell Jacquet
    b. 1917

Disclaimer: Though we have checked our dates, this listing may contain erroneous information. If you discover errors or omissions, please report it to us. Thank you.

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