- Vocalist Sarah Vaughan records “You’re Not The Kind” with trumpeter Clifford Brown and pianist Jimmy Jones, 1954.
- Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers record “Grandpa’s Spells,” 1926.
- Saxophonist Joe Farrell born 1937 in Chicago Heights, IL.
- Pianist Bud Powell records A Portrait of Thelonious with drummer Kenny Clarke, 1961.
- Alto saxophonist Charlie Parker records “Crazeology” with drummer Max Roach and trumpeter Miles Davis, 1947.
- Arranger Sy Oliver born 1910 in Battle Creek, MI.
- Jimmie Lunceford records “Rhythm Is Our Business,” 1934.
- Two saxophonists born: Eddie ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson 1917 and Harold Land 1928, both in Houston, TX.
- Bandleader/arranger Fletcher Henderson born 1897 in Cuthbert, GA.
- Drummer Lenny White born 1949 in New York, NY.
- Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie records Sonny Side Up with tenor saxophonists Sonny Rollins and Sonny Stitt, 1957.
- Valve trombonist and composer Bob Brookmeyer born 1929 in Kansas City, MO.
- Clarinetist Sidney Bechet records “Blue Horizon,” 1944.
- Saxophonist Arne Domnerus born 1924 in Stockholm, Sweden.
- Pianist Larry Willis born 1940 in New York, NY.
- Drummer Panama Francis born 1918 in Miami, FL.
- Ornette Coleman Double Quartet records Free Jazz, 1960.
- Composer/conductor/cellist/trombonist David Baker born 1931 in Indianapolis, IN.
- Red Onion Jazz Babies record “Cake Walking Babies From Home,” with trumpeter Louis Armstrong and soprano saxophonist Sidney Bechet, 1924.
- Pianist Ronnie Ball born 1927 in Birmingham, England.
- Four bands record, 1947 - Stan Kenton (“Interlude”), Dizzy Gillespie (“Woody ’n’ You”), Duke Ellington (“On a Turquoise Cloud”), and Fats Navarro/Dexter Gordon (“Index”).
Source: Smithsonian Jazz