Video starts with footage of Kenneth Jackson cutting hair as a barber. Jim Russell is interviewed discussing Frank Painia’s early entertainment ideas for the Dew Drop Inn, the club’s surrounding neighborhood, and memories of the club prompted by photographs that are not Russell’s personal photographs. (These photographs appear to be part of the Ralston Crawford Collection of Jazz Photography, Tulane University Special Collections.) He states that the club’s vaudeville acts “are the type . . . that made Frank Painia lose interest and go into booking R&B acts.” Russell mentions the bookings of Blue Lu Barker, Danny Barker, James Booker, Tuts Washington, and other artists he booked for the Dew Drop Inn. He discusses why various Dew Drop Inn Revisited revival concerts haven’t worked because “the whole atmosphere is gone.” Russell is filmed going through a personal photo album while discussing his work an artist booking agent. He also discusses Dave Bartholomew.