Here are 50 famous musicians from United States of America were born in 1907:
Cab Calloway (December 25, 1907 Rochester-November 18, 1994 Hockessin) also known as Calloway Cab, Cabell Calloway III, Calloway, Cab, Cab Calloway and His Band, The "King of Hi-De-Ho" or Cabell "Cab" Calloway III was an American bandleader, singer, singer-songwriter, musician and actor. He had one child, Chris Calloway.
His discography includes: Cruisin' With Cab, Are You Hep to the Jive?, Forever Gold, The Early Years: 1930-1934, Cab Calloway, Best of the Big Bands: Cab Calloway, Big Band Legends: Cab Calloway, Cab Calloway & Co: The Complete 1933–1934 Cotton Club Orchestra Sessions, the 1949 Sides Plus Rare Items by Blanche Calloway (1931) and Billy Banks (1932), Cab Calloway and Best of Big Bands: Cab Calloway. Genres he performed include Swing music, Big Band, Blues and Jazz.
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Gene Autry (September 29, 1907 Tioga-October 2, 1998 Studio City) otherwise known as Gene Autrey, Orvon Gene Autry, The Singing Cowboy, Orvon Grover Autry, Johnny Dodds, Bob Clayton or Gene Autry-Cowboy Idol of the Air was an American musician, actor, television producer, film score composer, businessperson, author and telegraphist.
His discography includes: Frosty the Snowman / When Santa Claus Gets Your Letter, Sing Cowboy Sing: The Gene Autry Collection, The Ultimate Collection: Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Back in the Saddle Again, A Gene Autry Christmas, Blues Singer 1929-1931, His Christmas Album, His Greatest Hits, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Other Christmas Classics and The Best of Gene Autry (disc 2). Genres he performed: Country and Western music.
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Rosalind Russell (June 4, 1907 Waterbury-November 28, 1976 Beverly Hills) also known as Rosalind Russell Brisson, C.A. McKnight, Roz or Catherine Rosalind Russell was an American singer, actor, screenwriter and model. Her child is Lance Brisson.
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Mrs. Elva Miller (October 5, 1907 Joplin-July 5, 1997 Vista) otherwise known as Mrs. Elva Miller, Elva Ruby Connes or Mrs. Miller was an American singer.
Discography: The Turned On World of Mrs Miller, Ultra-Lounge: Wild, Cool & Swingin’: The Artist Collection, Volume 3, Mrs. Miller's Greatest Hits, Does Her Thing, The Country Soul Of Mrs. Miller and Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller?.
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Tiny Bradshaw (September 23, 1907 Youngstown-November 26, 1958 Cincinnati) also known as Bradshaw, Tiny was an American singer and bandleader.
His albums: Boodie Green / After You've Gone, Walk That Mess! The Best of the King Years and Blues & Rhythm Series: The Chronological Tiny Bradshaw 1934-1947. Genres: Jazz and Rhythm and blues.
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Benny Carter (August 8, 1907 Harlem-July 12, 2003 Cedars-Sinai Medical Center) a.k.a. B. Carter, Benny Carter 4, Bennett Lester Carter, Benny Cater, The King, King, Bennett Lester "Benny" Carter or Benny Carter (w/Lionel Hampton Orchestra) was an American musician, composer, bandleader, trumpeter, film score composer, conductor, music arranger, saxophonist, clarinetist and actor. He had one child, Joyce Carter.
His albums include The Complete Benny Carter on Keynote, All That Jazz: Live at Princeton, Symphony in Riffs, Elegy in Blue, An Introduction to Benny Carter: His Best Recordings 1929-1940, Complete Edition, Volume 1 (1928-1931), Complete Edition, Volume 3 (1933-1934), Songbook, Americans Swinging in Paris and Cosmopolite: The Oscar Peterson Verve Sessions. Genres: Jazz, Swing music and Big Band.
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Albert Ammons (September 23, 1907 Chicago-December 2, 1949 Chicago) also known as Ammons, Albert was an American jazz pianist.
His albums: The Boogie Woogie Man, The Chronological Classics: Albert Ammons 1939-1946, The Chronological Classics: Albert Ammons 1946-1948, Master Of Boogie, The Chronological Classics: Albert Ammons 1936-1939, The Boogie Woogie Trio, Volumes 1 & 2, The First Day, 8 to the Bar, Masters of Boogie Piano: Five Classic Albums Plus and King of Boogie Woogie. His related genres: Jazz, Boogie-woogie and Blues.
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Roger Wolfe Kahn (October 19, 1907 Morristown-July 12, 1962 New York City) also known as Roger Wolff Kahn was an American soundtrack composer, musician and bandleader. He had two children, Virginia Kahn and Peter W. Kahn.
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Roberta Martin (February 12, 1907 Helena-January 18, 1969) also known as Martin, Roberta was an American singer and composer.
Her related genres: Gospel music.
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Elwood Buchanan (January 26, 1907 St. Louis-March 1, 1990) was an American , .
Genres he performed: Jazz.
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Othar Turner (June 2, 1907 Rankin County-February 26, 2003) a.k.a. Otha Turner, Turner, Otha or Turner, Othar was an American musician.
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Abraham Ellstein (July 7, 1907 New York City-March 22, 1963 New York City) otherwise known as Abe Ellstein was an American composer, conductor, pianist and film score composer.
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Sigurd Raschèr (May 15, 1907 Elberfeld-February 25, 2001 Shushan District) also known as Sigurd Rascher was an American , .
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Gladys Bentley (August 12, 1907 Philadelphia-January 18, 1960 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Bentley, Gladys was an American singer.
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Joe Marsala (January 4, 1907 Chicago-March 4, 1978 Santa Barbara) was an American clarinetist.
His albums: The Chronological Classics: Joe Marsala 1936-1942 and The Chronological Classics: Joe Marsala 1944-1945. Genres he performed include Swing music and Dixieland.
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Wini Shaw (February 25, 1907 San Francisco-May 2, 1982 New York City) also known as Winifred Lei Momi, Winifred Shaw, Winifred O'Malley, Wini O'Malley or Shaw, Winifred was an American singer, actor and dancer.
Her discography includes: Lullaby of Broadway / I'm Going Shopping With You.
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Johnny Puleo (October 7, 1907 Washington, D.C.-May 3, 1983) was an American , .
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Edward Heyman (March 14, 1907 New York City-October 16, 1981 Jalisco) also known as Heyman, Edward was an American musician and lyricist.
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Art Jarrett (July 20, 1907 Brooklyn-July 23, 1987 Los Angeles) also known as Arthur L. Jarrett Jr., Art Jarett, Arthur Jarrett Jr. or Art Jr. was an American singer and actor.
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Alfonso D'Artega (June 5, 1907 Silao-January 20, 1998) was an American , .
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Rose Bampton (November 28, 1907 Lakewood-August 21, 2007) also known as Bampton, Rose was an American singer.
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Mildred Bailey (February 27, 1907 Tekoa-December 12, 1951 Poughkeepsie) also known as Bailey, Mildred was an American singer.
Her albums include All of Me, Cocktail Hour, The Complete Columbia Recordings of Mildred Bailey, Mildred Bailey, Smoke Dreams With Red Norvo Orchestra & Combo 1935-8, Me and the Blues", Mrs. Swing, Mildred Bailey 1935-1944: Thanks for the Memory, The Chronological Classics: Mildred Bailey 1932-1936 and The Chronological Classics: Mildred Bailey 1937-1938. Her related genres: Jazz.
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Kate Smith (May 1, 1907 Greenville-June 17, 1986 Raleigh) also known as Smith, Kate or Kathryn Elizabeth Smith was an American singer.
Her albums: Voice of America, 16 Most Requested Songs, That's Why Darkies Were Born / Tell Me With a Love Song, God Bless America, The Golden Voice of Kate Smith, The Kate Smith Christmas Album, and God Bless America.
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Jimmie Driftwood (June 20, 1907 Timbo-July 12, 1998 Fayetteville) also known as Jimmy Driftwood, Driftwood, Jimmie, James Corbitt Morris, James Morris or James Morris Driftwood was an American singer, songwriter, environmentalist, professor, musician and teacher.
His albums include Americana and Voice of the People. Genres he performed include Folk music, Country and Pop music.
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Jane Froman (November 10, 1907 University City-April 22, 1980 Columbia) also known as Ellen Jane Froman was an American singer and actor.
Her albums: With a Song in My Heart and Yours Alone.
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Roy Milton (July 31, 1907 Wynnewood-September 18, 1983 Los Angeles) also known as Milton, Roy was an American drummer, bandleader, musician and singer.
His albums include You Got Me Reeling and Rocking / Nothing Left. Genres he performed include Rhythm and blues and Jump blues.
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Jan Savitt (September 4, 1907 Shumsk-October 4, 1948 Sacramento) also known as Savitt, Jan or Jacob Savetnick was an American musician.
Genres he performed include Jazz.
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Robert Petway (October 18, 1907 Boykin, Alabama-March 1, 1978 Chicago) was an American singer, musician and songwriter.
Genres he performed include Delta blues and Blues.
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Wade Maine (April 21, 1907 Weaverville-September 12, 2011 Flint) also known as Wade Mainer or Mainer, Wade was an American , .
Genres related to him: Bluegrass.
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Leigh Harline (March 26, 1907 Salt Lake City-December 10, 1969 Long Beach) also known as Leigh Adrian Harline was an American songwriter, film score composer and conductor.
His discography includes: Pinocchio: Svenskt original soundtrack, Warlock / Violent Saturday, The Enemy Below, What Price Glory / Fixed Bayonets / The Desert Rats, The True Story Of Jesse James / The Last Wagon, , House of Bamboo, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing / The St. Valentine's Day Massacre, The House On Telegraph Hill / 10 North Frederick and Dangerous Crossing / Pickup on South Street.
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Hy Zaret (August 21, 1907 New York City-July 2, 2007 Westport) also known as Zaret, Hy or Hyman Harry Zaritsky was an American songwriter, composer and lyricist.
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Beatrice Kay (April 21, 1907 New York City-November 8, 1986 North Hollywood) also known as Hannah Beatrice Kuper, Honey Kuper or Honey Day was an American singer and actor.
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W. H. Auden (February 21, 1907 York-September 29, 1973 Vienna) otherwise known as W.H. Auden, Wystan Hugh Auden or Auden, W.H. was an American librettist, poet, screenwriter, author, composer, writer, playwright and essayist.
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Blind Boy Fuller (July 10, 1907 Wadesboro-February 13, 1941 Durham, England) also known as Fuller, Blind Boy or Fulton Allen was an American singer.
His albums: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 2: 29 April 1936 to 12 July 1937, Rag Mama Rag, East Coast Piedmont Style, Blind Boy Fuller 1935-1938 Remastered, Truckin' My Blues Away, The Essential (disc 2), Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 23 September 1935 to 29 April 1936, Sweet Honey Hole, Heart Ease Blues / Jivin' Woman Blues and Baby, I Don't Have to Worry / Lookin' for My Woman. His related genres: Country blues, Piedmont blues and East Coast blues.
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Connee Boswell (December 3, 1907 Kansas City-October 11, 1976 New York City) a.k.a. Constance F. Boswell, Connie Boswell, Boswell, Connee or Constance Foore Boswell was an American singer and actor.
Her albums include Connee, Irving Berlin: A Golden Anniversary Tribute, Heart & Soul: 25 Hits 1932-42, Connee Boswell and the Original Memphis Five in Hi-Fi, Moonlight and Roses, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, Rarities, Sweethearts or Strangers / I'll Keep on Loving You, They Can't Take These Songs Away From Me and Basin Street Blues / Bob White. Her related genres: Jazz.
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Matty Matlock (April 27, 1907 Paducah-June 14, 1978) also known as Matlock, Julian "Matty" or Julian "Matty" Matlock was an American , .
Genres: Dixieland and Swing music.
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Rod Cless (May 20, 1907 Iowa-December 8, 1944 New York City) was an American , .
His related genres: Jazz.
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Tuts Washington (January 24, 1907 New Orleans-August 5, 1984 New Orleans) a.k.a. Washington, Tuts was an American pianist.
His most recognized albums: New Orleans Piano Professor. Genres: Louisiana blues.
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John Wayne (May 26, 1907 Winterset-June 11, 1979 Los Angeles) also known as Marion Robert Morrison, Duke Morrison, Marion Mitchell Morrison, Marion Michael Morrison, Michael Morris, Marion Morrison, Duke, JW, Little Duke or The Duke was an American actor, film director, film producer and businessperson. He had seven children, Michael Wayne, Patrick Wayne, Ethan Wayne, Mary Antonia Wayne LaCava, Aissa Wayne, Melinda Wayne Munoz and Marisa Wayne.
Related albums: America, Why I Love Her.
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Edgar Sampson (August 31, 1907 New York City-January 16, 1973 Englewood) a.k.a. Sampson, Edgar was an American music arranger, composer, saxophonist and violinist.
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Paul Francis Webster (December 20, 1907 New York City-March 18, 1984 Beverly Hills) also known as Paul Webster was an American songwriter and lyricist.
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Alec Wilder (February 16, 1907 Rochester-December 24, 1980 Gainesville) also known as Wilder, Alec, Alexander Lafayette Chew Wilder or Wilder was an American composer, author and film score composer.
Genres he performed: Popular music and Classical music.
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Jimmy McPartland (March 15, 1907 Chicago-March 13, 1991 Port Washington North) also known as McPartland, Jimmy or James Dugald McPartland was an American actor and jazz musician. He had one child, Dorothy McPartland.
His albums include A Sentimental Journey. Genres related to him: Dixieland.
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Lawrence Lucie (December 18, 1907 Emporia-August 14, 2009) also known as Lucie, Lawrence was an American , .
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Billie Pierce (June 8, 1907 Marianna-September 29, 1974 New Orleans) a.k.a. Wilhelmina Goodson was an American jazz pianist and singer.
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Burgess Meredith (November 16, 1907 Cleveland-September 9, 1997 Malibu) also known as Oliver Burgess Meredith, Buzz or Burgess Meridith was an American actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter, voice actor, writer and soldier. He had two children, Tala Meredith and Jonathon Meredith.
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Jack Gilford (July 25, 1907 Lower East Side-June 4, 1990 New York City) a.k.a. Jacob Aaron Gellman, Gilford, Jack or Yankel Gellman was an American actor and comedian. He had three children, Joe Gilford, Lisa Gilford and Sam Max Gilford.
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Tony Pastor (October 26, 1907 Middletown-October 31, 1969 New London) a.k.a. Pastor, Tony was an American singer.
His albums: T" - You're Adorable and Dance Parade / Your Dance Date With Tony Pastor.
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Elbern Alkire (December 6, 1907-January 25, 1981) was an American , .
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Frank Melrose (November 26, 1907 Sumner-September 1, 1941) was an American , .
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