Spoon Wilson and D.C. Bellamy, standing wearing beefeater costumes, and an unidentified woman, have crowned Little Hatch the king during the Kansas City, Kansas Street Blues Festival. The seated audience is visible behind this group.
Richard Townsend, left side profile, wearing an Irish hat and sunglasses, holds a microphone with his right hand and has a guitar strap around his shoulder during the Kansas City, Kansas Street Blues Festival.
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.
King Clarentz, wearing a headband, Dashiki, knee-high laced boots with jeans tucked into the boots, smiles from his seat on stage as he plays an electric guitar during Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival. His left foot rests on a tambourine on a wooden box. Surrounding him are drums, guitars, speakers, lights and microphones. His chairs sits up on two Coca Cola crates.
Pinetop Perkins, from the left, sits on stage at a grand piano, wearing a bowler hat while he performs at the Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival. The audience is visible between the legs of the piano.
Koko Taylor, neck and chest wet with perspiration, closes her eyes and lifts her head to her right, as she smiles and sings into a microphone she is holding in her right hand during the Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival: