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Jazz Musicians born on March 23

  1. Abe Lagrimas, Jr.
    b. 1983
    drums
  2. Christophe Gervot Christophe Gervot
    b. 1968
    piano
  3. Corrina Rachel
    b. 1985
    voice / vocals
  4. Dave Frishberg Dave Frishberg
    b. 1933
    piano
  5. Dave Pike Dave Pike
    b. 1938
    vibraphone
  6. Diego Perugini Diego Perugini
    b. 1976
    guitar
  7. Enoch Lee Enoch Lee
    b. 1986
    piano
  8. Erik Jekabson Erik Jekabson
    b. 1973
    trumpet
  9. Esdras Nogueira Esdras Nogueira
    b. 1979
    saxophone, baritone
  10. Gerry Hemingway Gerry Hemingway
    b. 1955
    percussion
  11. Greg Diamond Greg Diamond
    b. 1977
    guitar, electric
  12. Jeff Morrison
    b. 1968
    saxophone
  13. Jeff Morrison Quartet
    b. 1968
    saxophone
  14. Jonas Linnemann Jonas Linnemann
    b. 1981
    drums
  15. Lance Bryant
    b. 1961
    saxophone, tenor
  16. Matt Thelen
    b. 1989
    saxophone
  17. Michael Nickolas
    b. 1962
    guitar
  18. Phil Keaggy Phil Keaggy
    b. 1951
    guitar
  19. Rachel Efron Rachel Efron
    b. 1979
    voice / vocals
  20. Ric Harris Ric Harris
    b. 1958
    guitar
  21. Stefon Harris Stefon Harris
    b. 1973
    vibraphone
  22. Whitney Marchelle Whitney Marchelle
    b. 1960
    voice / vocals
  23. Zacc Harris Zacc Harris
    b. 1978
    guitar
  1. Al Aarons
    b. 1932
  2. Andrzej Trzaskowski
    b. 1933
  3. Ed Hamilton Ed Hamilton
    b. 1945
  4. Gunnars Rozenbergs
    b. 1947
  5. Harry Hayes
    b. 1909
  6. Johnny Guarnieri
    b. 1917
  7. Louisiana Red
    b. 1936
  8. Sticks McGhee
    b. 1917

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