- Bassist Jimmy Garrison born 1934 in Miami, FL.
- Saxophonist Hal McKusick’s quartet records George Russell’s The Day John Brown Was Hanged, 1956.
- Clarinetist Barney Bigard born 1906 in New Orleans, LA.
- Guitarist Charlie Christian records Solo Flight with Benny Goodman’s band, 1941.
- Saxophonist Jan Garbarek born 1947 in Mysen, Norway.
- Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie’s Big Band records Carnegie Hall Concert, 1961.
- Vocalist Carol Sloane born 1937 in Providence, RI.
- Louis Armstrong records “Knockin’ A Jug” with trombonist Jack Teagarden, 1929.
- Basie tenor saxophonists Frank Foster and Frank Wess record Two Franks, Please, 1956.
- Trumpeter Howard McGhee born 1918 in Tulsa, OK.
- Duke Ellington records “Ko-Ko,” 1940.
- Guitarist Wes Montgomery born 1925 in Indianapolis, IN.
- Boogie-woogie pianist Meade "Lux" Lewis records Honky Tonk Train Blues, 1937.
- Bassist Alcide Pavageau born 1888 in New Orleans, LA.
- Guitarist Gabor Szabo born 1936 in Budapest, Hungary.
- Saxophonist George Coleman born 1935 in Memphis, TN.
- Pianist James Williams born 1951 in Memphis, TN.
- Alto saxophonist Lee Konitz records Yesterdays with Miles Davis, 1951.
- Alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley records Somethin’ Else, with trumpeter Miles Davis, pianist Hank Jones, and drummer Art Blakey, 1958.
- Saxophonist Ornette Coleman born 1930 in Fort Worth, TX.
- Pianist Paul Bley records Turns, featuring tenor saxophonist John Gilmore, 1964.
Source: Smithsonian Jazz