Calvin Jackson playing piano on stage during the Cheatham Jam Session in San Diego in 1983; he's wearing a suit and tie and facing the right of the photo; the hand of a double bassist and part of the double bass can be seen behind him along with part of a drum set.
Pete Diggs Band (Orestie "Rusty" Tucker, trumpet, Bill Jones, drums, Willie Rice, trumpet, Gene Carter, saxophone, Diggs, vibraphone, Ahmad Alaadeen (Richard White), saxophone, and Sam Johnson, Sr., bass) stand on stage and look at the photographer at the Orchid Room, 12th Street and Vine near The Paseo; Kansas City, MO.
Jeannie Cheatham standing beside the piano, about to take a bow at the end of "An Evening of Note", honoring Jeannie Cheatham, held at the Museum of Making Music's 7th Annual Gala; also seen are Bob Boss with his guitar and Richard Reid and his double bass.
Ben Webster playing a saxophone solo; with Buck Clayton, trumpet, Henri Chaix, piano, Isla Eckinger, bass, Romano Cavicchiolo, drums, and Alain du Bois, guitar, during a concert in Baden, Switzerland on June 3rd, 1967.
Raindogs & Saffire the Uppity Blues Women, national acts to perform at the Grand Emporium, stand in a group grinning at the photographer are Jim Herbert, Gaye Adegbalola, Phil Smith, Mike Roark, Andrea Faye, Karla Petrie, and Ann Rabson.
Publicity photo of Harry James performing a trumpet solo in a reenactment of the Benny Goodman Orchestra's 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert for the film "The Benny Goodman Story"; Buck Clayton is seated next to James in the band.
The Scamps on stage at the Kansas City, Kansas Street Blues Fest in 2004. Lucky Wesley is standing on the right side of a stage, smiling, wearing a French cap, and holding a plaque that reads, "Kansas City Kansas Street Blues Festival. June 25 & 26, 2004. Honors The Scamps. "20th Anniversary Celebration." Standing on the back of the stage are drummer, Wallace Jones, trumpet player, Rusty Tucker and keyboard player, Rusty Massingale. Seated on the front of the stage are saxophonists Art Jackson and Eddie Saunders. Art Jackson and Rusty Massingale are wearing post-cataract surgery sunglasses. Eddie Saunders is smiling down at the photographer as he is wearing a straw hat, holding a cane in his right hand and a folder in his left. His left foot has only a sock on it. Hanging on the back of the stage are the flag of the United States, a Kansas City Kansas Street Blues Festival banner, and a Kaw Valley banner.
Buck Clayton on stage with a group of musicians (likely: Hank Jones, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Philly Jo Jones, drums; Eddie Jones, bass; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Illinois Jacquet, tenor saxophone; Buck Clayton, conductor) and an unidentified man, at the 1984 Kool Jazz Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, New York, N.Y.