MAYNARD FERGUSON HELPS OPEN NEW MUSIC CLUB
Legendary trumpeter Maynard Ferguson signs the drum head for Clayton High School Jazz Band drummer John Morse at the new Finale Music and Dining club in Clayton, Mo on March 16, 2005. The new six thousand square-foot destination is a 75-seat fine dining resturant and a 130-seat live entertainment club that will feature top national performers of music and comedy. Ferguson directed that band upon his arrival to the club. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
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