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Jazz Musicians born on December 20

  1. Arne Domnerus Arne Domnerus
    b. 1924
  2. Brandon Robertson Brandon Robertson
    bass, acoustic
  3. Buddy White Singer Of Love Songs
    b. 1940
    voice / vocals
  4. Chris Cody Chris Cody
    b. 1964
  5. Corrie Dick Corrie Dick
    b. 1990
  6. Daryl Johnson Daryl Johnson
    b. 1960
  7. David Series David Series
    b. 1982
  8. Ehud Asherie Ehud Asherie
    b. 1979
  9. George V Johnson Jr George V Johnson Jr
    b. 1950
    voice / vocals
  10. Jerry Engelbach Jerry Engelbach
    b. 1943
  11. Jets Overhead Jets Overhead
    b. 1999
  12. John-Eric Booth John-Eric Booth
    b. 1965
    voice / vocals
  13. Joseph Bartone
    b. 1965
  14. Larry Willis Larry Willis
    b. 1942
  15. Mathias Baumann Mathias Baumann
    b. 1978
  16. Matthew McClosky Matthew McClosky
    b. 1990
  17. Michael Rorby Michael Rorby
    b. 1969
  18. Nathan Bohach Nathan Bohach
    b. 1992
  19. Pawel Ignatowicz Pawel Ignatowicz
    b. 1880
  20. Pete Levin Pete Levin
    b. 1942
  21. Robert Barone Robert Barone
    bass, electric
  22. Thelonious Dub Thelonious Dub
    b. 1965
  23. Toby Wine Toby Wine
    b. 1971
  24. Walter Washington Walter Washington
    b. 1943
    guitar, electric
  25. Yvonne Gage Yvonne Gage
    voice / vocals
  26. Zsolt Vegh Zsolt Vegh
    b. 1970
  1. Bobby Columby
    b. 1944
  2. Cousin Joe
    b. 1907
  3. Cousin Joe Pleasant
    b. 1907
  4. John Hardee
    b. 1918
  5. Pat Hare
    b. 1930
  6. Ralph Dollimore
    b. 1930
  7. Reinhold Svensson
    b. 1920
  8. Sam Falzone
    b. 1933
  9. Ted Fio Rito
    b. 1900
  10. Tiny Kennedy
    b. 1925

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