7 February

Mike Abene
Jazz Pianist, b.1942

Irving Aaronson
Piano, Leader, b.1895, New York, NY

Ray Alexander
Vibes, b.1925 d.2002, ?

Franz Bak
Piano, b.1958, Copenhagen, Denmark

Carl Barriteau
Clarinet, b.1914 d.1998, Trinadad

Eubie Blake
Jazz Pianist, Composer, Bandleader, b.1883 d.1983, MD; RN: James Hubert; over 1000 songs such as “I’m Just Wild About Harry” and “Memories of You”; died in New York City, five days after turning 100, Baltimore, MD

Eric Borchard
Leader, b.1886 d.1934, Berlin, Germany

Hugh Brodie
Tenor Sax, b.1933, Warrenton City, SC

Norman Brownlee
Piano, b.1896, Algiers, LA

Raymond “Coco” Colignon
Piano, b.1907 d.1987, Liege, Belgium

Arthur Collins
Novelty Singer, Comedian, Baritone, b.1864 d.1933, in team singing with Byron Harlan, The Peerless Quartet

Ray Crawford
Guitar, b.1924 d.1997, Pittsburgh, PA

King Curtis
Tenor-sax, Soul Singer, Songwriter, R&B and Jazz style; b.1934 d.1971
RN:Curtis Ousley; Curtis appeared on many records of the 1950’s and 1960’s including The Coasters’ hit “Yakety Yak.”, Fort Worth, TX

Christian Minh Doky
Bass, b.1969, Copenhagen, Denmark

Michel Hausser
Vibes, b.1927, Colmar, France

Steve Huffsteter
Trumpet, b.1936, Monroe, MI

Earl King
Blues Performer, Singer, Guitarist, Pianist, Songwriter, b.1934 d.2003, RN: Earl Silas Johnson

Donald Leight
Trumpet, b.1923 d.2004,

Joe Maneri
Tenor Sax, b.1927, Brooklyn, NY

Dave Shepherd
Clarinet, Leader, b.1929, East London, England

Wilbur Sweatman
Leader, b.1892 d.1961, Brunswick, MO

Barry Zweig
Guitar, b.1942, ????

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