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Jazz Musicians born on December 27

  1. Aaron Lington Aaron Lington
    b. 1974
    saxophone, baritone
  2. Aaron Rossi
    b. 1975
    saxophone, tenor
  3. Amikaeyla Amikaeyla
    voice / vocals
  4. Andres Thor Andres Thor
    b. 1974
  5. Angela Verbrugge Angela Verbrugge
    voice / vocals
  6. Bill Crow Bill Crow
    b. 1927
    bass, acoustic
  7. Bob Crail Bob Crail
    b. 1960
  8. Bunk Johnson
    b. 1889
  9. Dardanelle Dardanelle
    b. 1917
  10. David Hughes David Hughes
    b. 1971
  11. Demian Cabaud Demian Cabaud
    b. 1977
  12. DJ Galactic DJ Galactic
    b. 1982
    guitar, acoustic
  13. Greg Hyslop
    b. 1951
  14. Johnny Frigo Johnny Frigo
    b. 1916
  15. Leo Huppert
    b. 1959
  16. Lisa LaRue
    b. 1962
  17. Masashi Usui Masashi Usui
    b. 1980
    saxophone, tenor
  18. Morris Kliphuis Morris Kliphuis
    b. 1986
    french horn
  19. Muruga Booker
    b. 1942
  20. Pablo Held Pablo Held
    b. 1986
  21. Pedro Melo Alves Pedro Melo Alves
    b. 1991
  22. Ramiro Marziani Ramiro Marziani
    b. 1995
  23. T.S. Monk T.S. Monk
    b. 1949
  24. Terry Bozzio Terry Bozzio
    b. 1950
  25. Tony Deangelis Tony Deangelis
    b. 1969
  26. Vinay Kaushal Vinay Kaushal
    b. 1989
    guitar, electric
  27. Walter Norris Walter Norris
    b. 1931
  28. Zeek Duff Zeek Duff
    b. 1943
  29. Zola
    voice / vocals
  1. Booty Wood
    b. 1919
  2. Ed Wilcox
    b. 1907
  3. Ellen Azorin
    b. 1961
  4. Eric Breeze
    b. 1912
  5. Gyula Kovacs
    b. 1929
  6. Mike Altschul
    b. 1945
  7. Mike Barone Mike Barone
    b. 1936
  8. Peter Chapman
    b. 1937
  9. Tracy Nelson
    b. 1947
  10. Willie Foster
    b. 1888

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