- Cornetist/composer Bix Beiderbecke records “Riverboat Shuffle” with The Wolverines, 1924.
- Bassist David Friesen born 1942 in Tacoma, WA.
- Herbie Nichols records The Third World, his first album of his own music 1955
- Vocalist Sarah Vaughan records “If You Could See Me Now” with trumpeter Freddie Webster, 1946.
- Saxophonist Herbie Steward born 1926 in Los Angeles, CA.
- Saxophonist Ornette Coleman records Love Call, with Dewey Redman, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones, 1968.
- Pianist Keith Jarrett born 1945 in Allentown, PA.
- Pianist/composer Mary Lou Williams born 1910 in Atlanta, GA.
- Pianist/vocalist Fats Waller records “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter,” 1936.
- Vocalist Billie Holiday records “God Bless The Child” with trumpeter Roy Eldridge, 1941.
- Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins records East Broadway Rundown with Elvin Jones, Jimmy Garrison and Freddie Hubbard, 1965.
- Trumpeter Miles Davis records Dear Old Stockholm, 1952.
- Drummer/bandleader Mel Lewis born 1929 in Buffalo, NY.
- Keyboardist Mike Melvoin born 1937 in Oshkosh, WI.
- Louis Armstrong records “Potato Head Blues,” 1927.
- Cornetist/bandleader Joe "King" Oliver born 1885 in New Orleans, LA.
- Pianist/composer Carla Bley born 1938 in Oakland, CA.
- Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie and alto saxophonist Charlie Parker record “Shaw ’Nuff,” 1945.
- Sauter-Finegan Orchestra records Doodletown Fifers, 1952.
- Bassist Gary Peacock born 1935 in Burley, ID.
- Guitarist Charlie Christian is recorded in a jam session with Thelonious Monk and Kenny Clarke, and plays an extended solo on “Stompin’ At the Savoy,” 1941.
Source: Smithsonian Jazz