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.
Provine "Little" Hatch's head and hands are visible in the photograph as he plays harmonica into a microphone at BB's Lawnside BBQ for his 80th birthday. He's wearing a plaid shirt. The straps of his bib overalls visible in the photograph. He is facing to the photographer's left.
Little Hatch laughs up to his right as he holds the microphone on the stand at the Grand Emporium. A guitarist is barely visible sitting behind Hatch. A Marcus Roberts Back in the House poster is on the wall behind Little Hatch.
Claude "Fiddler" Williams smiles while looking down as he stands to the right of a seated Little Hatch wearing a printed tuxedo, bowtie, and a fedora. Standing to Little Hatch's left is Millage Gilbert wearing a double breasted suit and a fedora. Millage is smiling directly at the photographer. To the left of Millage is Debbie Dennis who is seated and laughing during the Living Blues Party at the Gem Theater.
Little Hatch smiles as he sits on a folding chair behind an amplifier and in front of speakers at BB's Lawnside BBQ for Provine "Little" Hatch's 80th birthday celebration. Three unidentified smiling music fans are in the picture with him. Two white women put their heads on each of his shoulders while and African American male kneels to Little Hatch's left and rests his right hand on Little Hatch's left knee. One woman wears a baseball cap with an "F" on it. the African American music fan wears a plaid jacket over a hoodie.
Provine "Little" Hatch, wearing overalls, stands and stares down at a sheet cake decorated for his 80th birthday party at BB's Lawnside BBQ. Lindsay Shannon stands to Little Hatch's left holding the cake with his glasses just at the end of his nose. He's wearing a Little Hatch shirt. The head of an identified white man is visible behind Little Hatch's head.
Chris Duarte, smiling as he holds an electric guitar, faces Little Hatch to his left while Little Hatch faces Chris and talks into the microphone at the Grand Emporium. The bass player is visible behind and between Chris and Little Hatch. There is a harmonica in Little Hatch's right hand.
Chris Duarte, John Jordan, and Little Hatch, one of the national acts to perform at the Grand Emporium, stand on stage in a triangle facing each other. Chris plays an electric guitar and lifts his chin to his left. John, wearing sunglasses, plays an electric bass with his chin lifted. Little Hatch holds a microphone in his left hand as he looks at the neck of Chris' guitar.