Members of the Sweet Baby Blues Band posing for a photo while at an airport (Red Callender, Dinky Morris, Ironman Harris, Clora Bryant, Rickey Woodard. Curtis Pegler, Jeannie Cheatham, an unidentified man, and Jimmy Cheatham; Clora and Jimmy are both wearing t-shirts with the Jazz Showcase's logo on them.
"Doc" Cheatham on stage playing trumpet in front of a microphone and using a mute; behind him an unidentified drummer playing a blue set of drums and an unidentified double bassist can be see accompanying him.
Jeannie Cheatham playing piano and singing into a microphone at an outdoor venue; Red Callender (double bass) and Ironman Harris (drums) are accompanying her; she's facing the right of the photo and audience members can be seen on an upper level of the venue.
Ahmad Alaadeen (tenor saxophone) with his back to the photographer, wears a kufi cap as he is performing with the George Duke Band. George Duke, wearing a ball cap, plays a baby grand piano. Possibly Christian McBride plays bass behind George Duke and Ndugu plays a drum set. The concert was the night before the Annual 18th & Vine Gala "Ellington At 99: Livin' On The Vine" at the Gem Theater in the 18th and Vine district in Kansas City, Missouri.
Ahmad Alaadeen talking with guitarist, Butch Berman, in front of conga drums as Tyrone Clark (bass, talking with an unidentified man, possibly Todd Strait) and Donivan Bailey (drums) are in background onstage at the Topeka Performing Arts Center during the Topeka Jazz Festival. A Commerce Band & Trust banner hangs at the base of the stage.
Gary Sykes (drums, mostly obscured), Steve Kirby (bass), Will Matthews (guitar), Reggie Thomas (piano), and Ahmad Alaadeen (saxophone), wearing a beanie, on stage performing at Malden Community Center in Malden, Missouri.
Bobby Watson (alto saxophone), wearing a black fedora, and Ahmad Alaadeen (soprano saxophone), wearing a kufi hat, listen while an unidentified bass player and Sam Johnson, Jr. (drums) perform at Generations of Jazz at Science City in Union Station at Kansas City, Missouri.
Unidentified group of people relaxing in the shade, including Speedy Huggins (seated, white shirt, black tie) and Ahmad Alaadeen (wearing a white flat cap, holding saxophone); and possibly Tyrone Clark standing to Ahmad's left are offstage at an unidentified outdoor event, possibly the 1993 Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival. A portable toilet, drum set, and a generator are visible in the background.
Jay McShann (piano), Ahmad Alaadeen (saxophone), an unidentified sax player, bass player, and trombone player with Butch Miles (drums) during Jazz Evenings concert at the Orange Tree Golf and Conference Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. The seated audience is visible in the foreground of the photograph.
Ahmad Alaadeen (first row, second from right) performing (on flute) with the Count Basie Orchestra during the Cancer Institute of Kansas City dinner event. All are seated (except conductor and bassist) and all are wearing tuxedos .
Don Mumford (drums), Will Matthews (guitar), Ahmad Alaadeen (saxophone), wearing a white flat cap, Tyrone Clark (bass), and Everette Freeman (piano) performing during the BET/Cognac Hennessy's Best of Kansas City Jazz Competition at the City Light Jazz Club in Kansas City, Missouri.