Evie Quarles and Myra Taylor at Washington Park in Kansas City, MO
Evie Quarles sits to Myra Taylor's right as Myra puta her left arm around Evie's shoulders at Washington Park in Kansas City, MO. Both are smiling at the camera. Evie's glasses are setting on her head. Myra is licking her lips., August 10, 2003, Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections., Evie Quarles + Myra Taylor. Washington Park. Kansas City. MO 8/10/03.
Myra Taylor wins the best female blues artist from Living Blues Magazine
Dawayne Gilley stands and seriously hands keys to Jim O'Neal behind the head of a seated and laughing Myra Taylor. Myra is holding two Living Blues Magazine award plaques which state, "Living Blues Magazine 2002 Readers Poll Critics Award presented to Myra Taylor. Best Blues Artist (Female) at Washington Park in Kansas City, Mo on Blue Sunday. A drum set is behind them and a water cooler with eyeglasses and drinks sit to Myra's right. Jim is wearing a Myra Taylor T-shirt., July 21, 2002, Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections., Jim O'Neal. Myra Taylor. Dawayne Gilley. Living Blues Award. Blue Sunday. Washington Park. K.C. MO. 7/21/02.
Scotty Boy's Steady Rollin' Band in Washington Park
Scotty Boy's Steady Rollin' Band: Mark Rollings, Bill Morlan, Scott Daniel, and Jerry Riccardi stand with their arms around each others shoulders in Washington Park in Kansas City, MO., August 3, 2003, Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections., Scotty Boy's Steady Rollin Band. Washington Park. KCMO Mark Rollings Bill Morlan Scott Daniel, Jerry Riccardi 8/3/03.