24 August

Al Philburn
Trombone, b.1902 d.1972, Newark, NJ

Alphonso Trent
Piano, Leader, b.1905 d.1959, Fort Smith, AR

Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
Blues Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, b.1905 d.1974, aka Percy Lee and Elmer James

Bob Sedergreen
Piano, b.1943, Akko, Palestine

Bryan Spring
Drums, b.1945, London, England

Buster Smith
Alto Sax, Clarinet, b.1904 d.1991, Alfdorf, TX

Claude Hopkins
Piano, Leader, b.1903 d.1984, Alexandria, VA

Freddie Brocksieper
Drums, b.1912, Istanbul, Turkey

Jean-Michael Jarre
Singer, Musician, Songwriter, b.1948 French

Jesus Caunedo:
Clarinet, b.1934, Havana, Cuba

Keno Duke
Drums, b.1927, St. Michaels, Barbados

Louis Teicher
Pianist, Composer, pianist, b.1924 in Wilkes-Barre, PA; of Ferrante & Teicher, Exodus, Tonight, Theme from “The Apartment”, Midnight Cowboy

Malcolm Creese
Bass, b.1959, Bristol, England

Mason Williams
Folk Guitarist, Author, Comedy Writer, Photographer, Songwriter, b.1938 in Abilene, TX; wrote for Andy Williams, Glen Campbell, Smos. Bros., Pat Paulsen, SNL, & others; Smothers Bros regular; biggest hit Classical Gas; some say 1936: guitar: Classical Gas; Emmy Award-winning writer: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour [1968-69]; The Glenn Campbell Goodtime Hour

Paul Francis Webster
Jazz Trumpeter, Composer, b.1909 d.1966, in Jimmy Lunceford’s orchestra 35-43 and with Cab Calloway 44-52, Kansas City, MO

Steve Berry
Bass, b.1957, Gosport, England

Wynonie Harris
Blues Performer, Singer, Drummer, Songwriter, b.1915 d.1969, NN: Mr. Blues

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