Love your work, especially the black & whites of the jazz musicians!! I'm also a live music photographer and most of my work is of the jazz scene here in Western North Carolina in the city of Asheville.
Important, warm and beautiful documentations!
I was a close friend of Eddy Henderson and a regular at the Keystone Kornor in 1980 and 1981.
I stumbled upon your site while doing a search on the club.
I was there when Eddy and Stan Getz got into a fight right outside the club and Eddy ripped Stan's hair weave off his head. I also drove a young Winton Marsalis (who was touring with Art Blakey at the time)around the city showing him the sites in my 67 Chevy Impala. I am also a photographer and your shot of the ol'club captured it's essence.
Thank you for sharing music history, Brian! I love your work....
Amazing Brian, Such memories! keep up the beautiful work!
Stunning! You have captured a slice of history and continue to do so.
What a delightful time I had looking at your photographs. You have been places and seen things few others have. Thank you for sharing those things with us.
Brian, you've really captured an era in north California jazz in these skillful and improvisatory photographs of (international) jazz musicians. Thank you posting and making available these wonderful collections. I miss Herb Wong, a real mainstay of the Keystone scene, along with Todd whose active in NY now. Congratulations!
very nice Brian! So many memories too
Wonderful website Brian. Your KK images in particular really bring back the memories! Thanks
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