Using MS Word for a better look -
First, open a blank MS Word document. Next, full-screen this hidden-head image, and then press the "Print Screen" key once... "Print Screen" is the upper-left key in that block of nine keys, between Enter & the far right 0-9-etc block.
Next mouse-click the white of that MS Word blank document once again, and do a Paste (I do this via the double-key press <Control><V>... mouse left-click, another option). When Paste has placed the image into Word, click the image once again, to make it the focus / selected.
Now you can zoom in & out on the Word image (I used a 0% to 100% slider bar on the bottom right boundary of my MS Word version).
Further with MS Word, on the main Menu bar select Format, and then Brightness, and then select Picture Corrections Options... it's down at the bottom of the drop-down. This will bring up the Format Picture box of controls, on which in left column you click "Picture," and finally, proceed to play around with those two slider bars Brightness & Contrast (you need to have the image selected via mouse-click, remember).
On my MS Word screen, adjusted as described, I've got the Zoom slider-340%, Brightness-70%, and Contrast-80%. Looking closely at that possible sax-bell protruding around the announcer's elbow, with varying brightness/contrast/zoom etc, possibly it's something other... say, the end of a long light lamp metal shade, atop a music stand, one guess.
I concur regarding the photo superimpositions... seems like at least three, to me... announcer / Goldkette / casual snapshot capturing some of the band's players.
To conclude, as the nose can help differentiate in photo ID, so too the ears. That does look like a Bix ear, on the background partial head... angles outward on the upper lobe.