11 January

Adele Wilding (vocals)

Akiva Friedman (guitar) – 1974

Ashley Elise Meier (vocals) – 1978

Ashley Gonzalez (vocals)

Betty Hall Jones – Piano, Vocal b.1911, Topeka, KS

Bob Enevoldsen – 1920

Bud Scott – Guitar, Vocal, b.1890 d.1949, New Orleans, LA

Cal Massey – Trumpet, b.1927, Philadelphia, PA

Captain Walter Dyett – Educator, b.1901 d.1969, St. Joseph’s, MO

Clay Ross (guitar) – 1977

Eden Atwood – Jazz Vocalist, b.1968, Memphis, TN

Egil Johansen – Drums, b.1934 d.1998, Oslo, Norway

Eli Sundelson (organ, Hammond B3) – 1985

Jack Nimitz – Baritone Saxophone, b.1930, Washington, DC

Johnny Varro – 1930

Jonny Phillips (guitar) – 1971

Justin Benz (bass, electric) – 1981

Katie Webster (piano) – 1936

Kenny “Blue” Ray – 1950

Kris Gustofson (drums) – 1962

Laurens Hammond – Inventor, Engineer, Electric Organs, b.1895 d.1973 where would jazz and rock be today without the famous Hammond B3 Organ?

Lee Ritenour – Guitarist, Composer, Arranger, Banjoist, Mandolin, b.1952, NN: Captain Fingers; sessioned in over 200 albums, Hollywood, CA

Lindy Huppertsberg “Lady Bass” (bass)

Neal Caine (bass, acoustic) – 1973

Oren Neiman (guitar) – 1978

Oriente Lopez (piano) – 1962

Osie Johnson – Drums, b.1923 d.1966, Washington, DC

Reggie Vision Alexander (saxophone) – 1850

Rene Bertschy – Bass, Vocal, b.1912 d.1999, Bern, Switzerland

Ryan Burns (piano) – 1972

Saxuet (sax, tenor) – 1971

Shaynee Rainbolt (vocals)

Slim Harpo – Blues Singer, Harmonicaist, Guitarist, b.1924 d.1970, RN:James Moore

Tab Smith – Alto Saxophone, b.1909 d.1971, Kinston, NC

Thomas Lorenzo (guitar, acoustic) – 1964

Tommaso Starace (saxophone) – 1975

Wilbur De Paris – Jazz Musician, Trombonist, Drummer, Bandleader, b.1900 d.1973, of Duke Ellington & led own band, Crawfordsville, IN

Wilton “Bogey” Gaynair – Tenor Sax, b.1927, Kingston, Jamaica

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