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Jazz Musicians born on December 13

  1. Babi Mendes Babi Mendes
    b. 1980
    voice / vocals
  2. Barry Deister Barry Deister
    b. 1953
    saxophone, tenor
  3. Ben Tucker Ben Tucker
    b. 1930
    bass, acoustic
  4. Borah Bergman Borah Bergman
    b. 1933
    piano
  5. Chuck Findley Chuck Findley
    b. 1947
    trumpet
  6. Dick Van Dyke
    b. 1925
    voice / vocals
  7. Dimitri Gollety Dimitri Gollety
    keyboards
  8. Doug Millaway
    b. 1951
    keyboards
  9. Eastend Mile Eastend Mile
    b. 1992
    saxophone, tenor
  10. John P Scott
    b. 1951
    piano
  11. Karen Street Karen Street
    b. 1959
    accordion
  12. Lucky Peterson Lucky Peterson
    b. 1964
    various
  13. Mark Elf Mark Elf
    b. 1949
    guitar
  14. Martha Cinader Martha Cinader
    b. 1962
    voice / vocals
  15. Paul Towndrow Paul Towndrow
    b. 1978
    saxophone, alto
  16. Rich Willey Rich Willey
    b. 1955
    trumpet
  17. Robert Ratonyi
    b. 1953
    piano
  18. Sam Bevan Sam Bevan
    b. 1974
    bass
  19. Sandy Swafford
    b. 1942
    piano
  20. Sentimental Journey Orchestra
    b. 1975
    band/orchestra
  21. Sonny Greer Sonny Greer
    b. 1895
    drums
  22. Taryn Rubino
    b. 1985
    bass
  23. Tim Gill
    b. 1983
    trumpet
  24. Victor Lesser Victor Lesser
    saxophone, tenor
  25. Yoonah Oh
    b. 1984
    piano
  1. Betty Bradley
    b. 1916
  2. Bill Hood
    b. 1924
  3. Jackie Davis
    b. 1920
  4. John Davidson
    b. 1941
  5. Kevin Goss Kevin Goss
    b. 1967
  6. Lou Mucci
    b. 1909
  7. Lurrie Bell Lurrie Bell
    b. 1958
  8. Reggie Johnson Reggie Johnson
    b. 1940
  9. Wayne Bennett
    b. 1933

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