Roland Allen closes his eyes and grimaces as he sings into a microphone and plays a guitar with Don Shipps behind him with his eyes closed as he plays a guitar also at the Grand Emporium for the Kansas City Blues Society April Jam.
Group of unidentified people at the Supreme Bean coffeehouse listening to two unidentified entertainers between two large speakers (a man and a woman); the man is playing a harmonica and the woman is singing with a guitar; photo taken from the back of the audience; the coffeehouses neon sign is clearly seen in one window.
Bob Margolin sits and sings into a microphone, mouth wide open, while he plays a microphoned slide dobro guitar. Charlie Musselwhite is seated to Bob's left playing the harmonica during the Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival.
Rick Yord, seated on an amplifier and holding an upright bass, with Tom Hall, seated on a bar stool and strumming a guitar while looking at Rick to his right, and Greg Camp, also seated on a bar stool and strumming a guitar, looks directly at the photographer, together form a blues band performing at Winslow's BBQ.
Betty Crow is speaking to someone that is not visible to the right of the photograph. She stands behind Sonny Kenner who is bent slightly and smiling straight ahead. He is leaning over a seated Lionel Hampton who is not looking at the photographer and is in the middle of a bite. He is wearing a Fedora. At the Mutual Musicians Foundation. A man stands behind Lionel with his back to the photographer.