Yes, Dave Brubeck. Specifically, 'Time Out, Take Five' - He experimented with rhythm and time signatures, which is one of the things jazz is all about. Yet the music is really accessible.
There are many brilliant jazz players like Miles Davis, Charlie Parker etc. but it can be a little 'out there' and harder to appreciate till you are used to the genre.
I like jazz drumming, like Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa.
Krupa actually invented the drum kit as we know it, a great innovator.
That's one reason Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones is about my favourite pop/rock/blues drummer. He has a jazz sensiblilty and can do a shuffle rhythm like crazy. And he doesn't use a big fancy kit either.
If you like piano, check out Oscar Peterson.