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Jazz Musicians born on December 31

  1. Abdul Moimême Abdul Moimême
    b. 1959
    guitar, electric
  2. Alain Van Zeveren Alain Van Zeveren
    b. 1963
    organ, Hammond B3
  3. Amanda Addleman Amanda Addleman
    voice / vocals
  4. Andy Summers Andy Summers
    b. 1942
  5. Bob Wagner Bob Wagner
    b. 1969
  6. Charley Harrison
  7. Diana Perkins Diana Perkins
    b. 1964
    voice / vocals
  8. Gil Melle
    b. 1931
  9. Jesse Bennett
    b. 1951
  10. Jimmy Haslip Jimmy Haslip
    b. 1951
    bass, electric
  11. John Davies
    b. 1968
  12. John Kirby
    b. 1908
    bass, acoustic
  13. Jon Green
    b. 1967
    guitar, electric
  14. Jonah Jones Jonah Jones
    b. 1909
  15. Jonathan Mele Jonathan Mele
    b. 1969
  16. June Tabor
    b. 1947
    voice / vocals
  17. Kitty Wu Kitty Wu
    b. 1980
    voice / vocals
  18. Marc Fruttero Marc Fruttero
    b. 1961
  19. Mark Siracusa Mark Siracusa
  20. Micah Thomas Micah Thomas
    b. 1997
  21. Michael Hedges Michael Hedges
    b. 1953
  22. Muhammad Naseem Ahmed
    b. 1962
  23. Neil C. Young Neil C. Young
    b. 1973
  24. Odetta Odetta
    b. 1930
    guitar, acoustic
  25. Patt Casion
    b. 1963
  26. Peter Herbolzheimer Peter Herbolzheimer
    b. 1935
  27. Richard Pavlidis Richard Pavlidis
    b. 1985
    saxophone, tenor
  28. Roman Smirnov Roman Smirnov
    b. 1965
  29. Scott Forrey Scott Forrey
    b. 1959
  30. The Urban Renewal Project The Urban Renewal Project
    b. 2001
  31. Tony Song Tony Song
    b. 1984
  32. Tracy Mepham
    b. 1982
    voice / vocals
  33. Łukasz Borowicki Łukasz Borowicki
    b. 1983
  1. Goree Carter
    b. 1930
  2. Simon Brehm
    b. 1921

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