Eddie Sherman and Peggy Raley share a sweet moment during the brunch.
Eddie Sherman and Peggy Raley have been running around on little to no sleep since the festival started.
Trumpeter Gerald Chavis looks on as Peggy Raley sings a tune.
The menu is in pink, but the music is all blue.
Cape Henlopen High School graduate Cody Leavel performs on the clarinet.
Eddie Sherman isn’t afraid to ham it up on stage, but he’s all business when it comes time to sing.
Trumpeter Gerald Chavis has been one of Delaware’s leading jazz men for decades.
Bassist Elan Trotman, who is really a saxophonist, smirks as he gets the capacity crowd feeling the music at the Rusty Rudder.
Saxophonist Art Sherrod Jr. performed Saturday for a CD release party and then stepped on stage for a quick song at the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival Sunday brunch.
A multitalented musician, Elan Trotman sings a little Marvin Gaye.
Paul Jackson Jr., Art Sherrod Jr. and Elan Trotman hold center court during brunch.
Paul Jackson Jr. is an American fusion/urban jazz composer, arranger, producer and guitarist.
The music was so good, this woman was one of many saving it to be heard later.
It was all brunches. The Budesa Brothers played at Blackwall at the Beach, with Rob Budesa shown on guitar.
Memphis-reared, Delaware-based drummer Aaron Walker does his thing.
With Rich Budesa on the keyboard, Michal Beckham entertains the late breakfast crowd.