Luann Jackson, left, and Arthur Wolf, of Neosho, listen to Richard Egan, a cartographer by trade, play an original J.W. Boone piece during the Music Fair on Sunday. The Music Fair is a mid-afternoon introduction for the Original “Blind” Boone Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival, held from Sunday through Tuesday at the Missouri Theatre. The festival is in honor of legendary ragtime artist and Columbia resident J.W. Boone. In all, 33 performers will take the stage during the festival, including performers Butch Thompson and Mimi Blais.
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