- Pianist Wynton Kelly records Kelly Great, with trumpeter Lee Morgan, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Philly Joe Jones, 1960.
- Drummer Tony Williams records Spring with the tenor saxophonists Sam Rivers and Wayne Shorter, 1965.
- Guitarist Pat Metheny born 1954 in Lee’s Summit, MO.
- Pianist George Shearing born 1919 in London, England.
- Pianist Mulgrew Miller born 1955 in Greenwood, MS.
- Baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan records with Thelonious Monk, 1957.
- Violinist Stuff Smith born 1909 in Portsmouth, OH.
- Pianist/vibraphonist Eddie Costa born 1930 in Atlas, PA.
- Trumpeter Miles Davis records first session as a leader, with Charlie Parker on tenor saxophone, 1947.
- Bassist Sam Jones records Right Down Front, 1962.
- Composer Bill Russo records A Recital in New American Music, 1951.
- Pianist Oscar Peterson born 1925 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- Three pianists born - Bill Evans, 1929 in Plainfield, NJ; Mal Waldron, 1925 in New York, NY; and Carl Perkins, 1928 in Indianapolis, IN.
- Vocalist Al Hibbler born 1915 in Tyro, MS.
- Vibraphonist Lionel Hampton records “Drum Stomp,” 1937.
- Pianist/composer Duke Pearson born 1932 in Atlanta, GA.
- Bassist George Duvivier born 1920 in New York, NY.
- Pianist Paul Bley records Floater with bassist Steve Swallow ansd drummer Pete LaRoca, 1962.
- Trumpeter Miles Davis records Gil Evans’ arrangements of Porgy and Bess, 1958.
- Drummer Don Lamond born 1920 in Oklahoma City, OK.
- Fletcher Henderson’s band records Coleman Hawkins’ “Queer Notions,” 1933.
Source: Smithsonian Jazz