- Pianist/composer John Lewis records The Wonderful World of Jazz, 1960.
- Guitarist Charlie Christian born 1916 in Dallas, TX.
- Arranger/saxophonist Don Redman born 1900 in Piedmont, W.VA.
- Saxophonist James Spaulding born 1937 in Indianapolis, IN.
- Drummer Vernel Fournier born 1928 in New Orleans, LA.
- Charles Mingus records solo piano album, 1963.
- Pianist Hank Jones born 1918 in Vicksburg, MS.
- Guitarist Kenny Burrell born 1931 in Detroit, MI.
- Clarinetist Artie Shaw’s Gramercy Five with trumpeter Roy Eldridge and pianist Dodo Marmorosa record “Scuttlebutt,” 1945.
- Pianist/vocalist Fats Waller records “Until The Real Thing Comes Along,” 1936.
- Glenn Miller records “In The Mood,” 1939.
- Drummer/composer Max Roach records “Percussion Bittersweet,” 1961.
- Tenor saxophonist Big Nick Nicholas born 1922 in Lansing, MI.
- Trumpeter Clifford Brown and drummer Max Roach record “Parisian Thoroughfare,” 1954.
- The Benny Goodman Quartet records “Smiles,” 1937.
- Alto saxophonist Greg Osby born 1960 in St. Louis, MO.
- Trumpeter/arranger Charlie Shavers born 1917 in New York, NY.
- Tenor saxophonist/composer Wayne Shorter records JuJu with pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Reggie Workman, and drummer Elvin Jones, 1964.
- Louis Armstrong born 1901 in New Orleans, LA.
- Guitarist Herb Ellis born 1921 in Farmersville, TX.
- Count Basie’s band records “Song of the Islands,” featuring trumpeter Buck Clayton and tenor saxophonist Lester Young, 1939.
Source: Smithsonian Jazz