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Jazz Musicians born on December 22

  1. Alex Goodman Alex Goodman
    b. 1987
  2. Arnon Palty Arnon Palty
  3. Ben Rubin Ben Rubin
    b. 1972
  4. Camille Thurman Camille Thurman
    b. 1986
    voice / vocals
  5. Carmine D'Amico Carmine D'Amico
    b. 1954
  6. Chris Beaty
    b. 1966
  7. Christian Spering Christian Spering
    b. 1963
    bass, acoustic
  8. Dig A Little Deeper Dig A Little Deeper
    b. 1868
  9. Dmitry Tsepilov Dmitry Tsepilov
    b. 1987
    saxophone, alto
  10. Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee
    b. 1979
  11. Eva Brandner
    b. 1990
  12. Frank Gambale Frank Gambale
    b. 1958
  13. Jeff Song
    b. 1963
  14. John Patitucci John Patitucci
    b. 1959
  15. Karel Roessingh Karel Roessingh
    b. 1952
  16. Lillian "Lil" Green Lillian "Lil" Green
    b. 1919
    voice / vocals
  17. Masayuki Takayanagi Masayuki Takayanagi
    b. 1932
  18. Massimo Biolcati Massimo Biolcati
    b. 1972
  19. Mathew Birmingham
    b. 1988
  20. Matt Robbins Matt Robbins
    b. 1981
  21. Mattia Salvadori Mattia Salvadori
    b. 1991
  22. Nick Ceroli
    b. 1939
  23. Randall "Big Daddy" Webster Randall "Big Daddy" Webster
    voice / vocals
  24. Ricky E. Anderson
    b. 1956
    bass, electric
  25. Ronnie Ball
    b. 1927
  26. The Cal Payne Project
    b. 1967
    saxophone, alto
  27. Thiago Trinsi Thiago Trinsi
    b. 1978
    guitar, electric
  1. Danny Polo
    b. 1901
  2. Joe Lee Wilson Joe Lee Wilson
    b. 1935
  3. Mal Jennings
    b. 1944
  4. Red Balaban
    b. 1929
  5. Reunald Jones
    b. 1910
  6. Tish Bray
    b. 1924

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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