Active as a recording artist in the ’50s and ’60s, Wes Montgomery represented a unique approach to improvisation through the use of single-notes, octaves, and block chords.
A biography written by Adrian Ingram. The book features over 70 photographs and illustrations, many previously unpublished.
A website published by the estate of Wes Montgomery and Resonance Records. Biographical information, images, and a documentary entitled “Echos of Indiana Avenue” are featured.
Encyclopedia of Popular Music article on Wes (with USC library access). Includes an extensive discography.
The Grove Music Online – The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz, 2nd edition entry for Wes (with USC library access). Includes an extensive bibliography.
Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight
Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight Performed in a television studio.
Wes Montgomery - West Coast Blues 
Rehearsal for the NDR Jazz Workshop NDR Studio 10, Hamburg, West Germany, April 30, 1965 Wes Montgomery - Guitar Martial Solal - Piano Michel Gaudry - Bass Ronnie Stephenson - Drums Hans Koller - Alto Sax Johnny Griffin - Tenor Sax Ronnie Scott - Tenor Sax Ronnie Ross - Baritone
Wes Montgomery - People in Jazz
First part of four of an interview with Wes and moderator Jim Rockwell. Wes mentions an "up-and-coming" guitarist out of Chicago named Joe Dioro (world famous jazz guitarist and former USC Studio/Jazz Guitar Professor) "who is together," at 3:00 in the video!
- wesmontgomery.com, transcription by Wolf Marshall of “Round Midnight,” and others.
- saxopedia.com, a large deposit of Wes Montgomery transcriptions from various sources.