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Albert Nicholas (Clarinet Player ) was born in Louisiana on a Sunday, May 27, 1900 . Albert Nicholas is 120 years old. He is a Gemini and was born in the Year of the Rat .

Jazz clarinet player who played with Louis Armstrong in the New Orleans jazz scene in the early 20s.

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FULL NAME: Albert Nicholas
BIRTH DATE: May 27, 1900
AGE: 120 years old
ZODIAC: Gemini


Albert Nicholas is a Clarinet Player. The trumpeter, Wooden Joe Nichols was his uncle. He began his career playing in New Orleans with Buddy Petit.

DID YOU KNOW He moved to France in 1953, where he remained for the better part of his life.

FACT He played with Art Hodes in the 1940s.

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Currently, Albert Nicholas is 120 years old. He will celebrate his 121st birthday on a Sunday, May 27th. Below we countdown to his upcoming birthday.


Albert Nicholas’s zodiac sign is Gemini. According to astrologers, Gemini’s life pursuit is to explore a little bit of everything and a secret desire to be ahead of the crowd. People of this zodiac sign like music, books, magazines, chats with nearly anyone, short trips and dislike being alone, being confined, repetition and routine. The strengths of this sign are gentle, affectionate, curious, adaptable, able to learn quickly and exchange ideas, while weaknesses can be nervous, inconsistent and indecisive. The greatest overall compatibility with Gemini is Sagittarius and Aquarius.

Albert Nicholas was born in the Year of the Rat. People born in this year are clever and charming. They’re curious, but sometimes too motivated by money. This year is the year of the .

DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.

Albert Nicholas is a 120 years old Clarinet Player, who was born in May, in the Year of the Rat (1900) and is a Gemini.

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