Gene Krupa

Eugene Bertram Krupa was an American jazz drummer, bandleader and composer known for his energetic style and showmanship. His drum solo on Benny Goodman's 1937 recording of "Sing, Sing, Sing" elevated the role of the drummer from an accompanying line to an important solo voice in the band.
Buddie Petit
Buddie Petit, also spelled Buddy Petit, was an American early jazz cornetist
Omer Simeon
Omer Victor Simeon was an American jazz clarinetist. He also played soprano, alto, and baritone saxophone and bass clarinet
Tony Parenti
Tony Parenti was an American jazz clarinettist and saxophonist born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. After starting his musical career in New Orleans, he had a successful career in music in New York City for decades
Wellman Braud
Wellman Braud was an American jazz upright bassist. His family sometimes spelled their last name "Breaux", pronounced "Bro
Vincent Lopez
Vincent Lopez was an American bandleader, actor, and pianist
Richard M. Jones
Richard M. Jones, born Richard Marigny Jones, was an American jazz pianist, composer, band leader, and record producer. Numerous songs bear his name as author, including "Trouble in Mind
Fats Pichon
Walter Gabriel Pichon professionally known as Fats Pichon, was an American jazz pianist, singer, bandleader, and songwriter
Bobby Mitchell (singer)
Bobby Mitchell was an American, New Orleans-based, rhythm & blues singer and songwriter
Leon Roppolo
Leon Joseph Roppolo was an American early jazz clarinetist, best known for his playing with the New Orleans Rhythm Kings. He also played saxophone and guitar
Federico Ruiz (composer)
Federico Ruiz Hurtado is a Venezuelan composer, arranger, and arts administrator. He has composed in diverse genres including symphonic, chamber, and electroacoustic music