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Valdes, Chuchito
Valdes, Chucho
Valdes, Jesus "Chuchito"
Valdes, Jesus "Chucho"
Valdes, Jesus Dionisio
Valdez, Carlos
Valdez, Carlos "Patato"
Valentin, Dave
Valentine, Kid Thomas
Valle, Ramon
Vallee, Hubert Prior
Vallee, Rudy
Valli, Marie
Valliquiello, Margaret
Van Damme, Art
Van Eps, George
Van Heusen, Jimmy
Vandermark, Ken
Varner, Tom
Vasconcelos, Nana
Vaughan, Sarah
Vaughn, Thomas Wade
Vaughn, Father Tom
Vax, Mike
Vega, Ray
Velez, Glen
Vente, Marshall
Ventura, Charlie
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Venuti, Giuseppe
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Vermeulen, Erik
Versace, Gary
Victor, Fay
Vignola, Frank
Vinding, Mads
Vinnegar, Leroy
Vinson, Eddie “Cleanhead”
Viola, Al
Vitous, Miroslav
Vitous, Miroslav Ladislav
Vitro, Roseanna
von Schlippenbach, Alexander
Vu, Cuong
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