Dawayne Gilley, standing in a tuxedo, looks to his left at Ramonda Doakes who is looking up to her right and smiling at Dawayne on stage at the Living Blues Party at the Gem. Ramonda is wearing a full-length duster jacket that is of contemporary design.
James Fraher, Ramonda Doakes. John Brisbin, Dawayne Gilley stand arm in arm in the doorway of the Mutual Musicians Foundation, 1823 Highland Avenue to participate in the Living Blues Weekend Photo Shoot.
Frank "Iron Jaw" Oakley, L.C. Gant, and Dawayne Gilley are smiling at the photographer from their seats during the Kansas City Blues Society's 20th Anniversary at one of the juke joints in Kansas City called the Grand Emporium. The crowd is visible behind them.
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.
Myra Taylor; Jackson and Dawayne Gilley sit inside a stretch limousine with the back door opened at the Myra Taylor Park Gate Dedication, 18th & Woodland. Myra gazes to her right out of the car as Jackson and Dawayne look directly at the photographer.
Jim O'Neal, James Fraher, and Dawayne Gilley hold The Big Picture which is a photograph from September 18 1999 of the Kansas City Jazz and Blues people in front of the Mutual Musician Foundation Building.
Arthur Jackson stands holding a cane to one side of an exhibit piece and Perry Reed stands and holds a cane and Dawayne Gilley stands on stage on the other side of the exhibit piece at the Living Blues Weekend Photo Shoot in the Mutual Musicians Foundation building. The exhibit piece is a large photograph of musicians sitting and standing outside of the Mutual Musicians Foundation building. There are sheets of paper with signatures on them of the people who are in the photograph. These pieces of paper surround the photograph and the entire collection is framed.
Music authors Jim O'Neal and Dawayne Gilley stand on either side of photographer, James Fraher, at the Kansas City Kansas Street Blues Festival. All three are holding a framed, poster-sized, photograph of the Mutual Musicians Foundation members sitting on the front porch, street, and yard of the Mutual Musicians Foundation building.