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Noun1.Satchmo - United States pioneering jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)Satchmo - United States pioneering jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)
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Armstrong, who died in 1971 and was known as Satchmo, is widely recognized as a founding father of jazz.
At Crystal Palace, Ian Wright was Satchmo because that was Louis Armstrong's nickname and the pair of them looked alike.
There was the mandatory retrospective on the 1960s golden age of James Bond, and how unusual to hear the tunes in their unadorned, orchestra-only versions - Goldfinger, We Have All the Time in the World (On Her Majesty's Secret Service), Diamonds Are Forever, and All Time High (Octopussy) but without Shirley Bassey, Satchmo or Rita Coolidge.
The government also thought that these artists, most of them black, might, by their presence, help diffuse"the widely shared sense that race was America's Achilles' heel internationally," as Penny M Von Eschen writes in Satchmo Blows Up the World, her book about the jazz tours.
Almost 60 years ago, the teenage Jim was sitting within touching distance of Louis Armstrong on May 17, 1956 when Satchmo appeared at the old Embassy Sportsdrome, in Walford Road, Sparkhill.
He was an RAF-bound 18-year-old when trumpet legend Satchmo played a gig in the city on May 17, 1956.
Nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, Armstrong had a long and successful career as a American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.
former savior, A little Satchmo, Decrepit and diseased But still
Stripling, who bears an eerie resemblance to Satchmo, was actually cast at one point in the title role in a Broadway musical that was going to be produced - it never was - about Armstrong.
September Storm's dam, So Sedulous, has produced Listed winner Satchmo, by Surumu, along with two further brothers to September Storm in Storm Trooper, a Listed winner and third in the German Derby, and Subiaco, a Group 2 winner who was runner-up in the German Derby.
should be equally entertained by Teachout's telling of the saga of Satchmo.
Among those we saw were Humph, Chris Barber, Acker Bilk, Eric Delaney, MJQ, Alex Welsh, Kenny Ball, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and Count Basie, although we had to travel to Bristol to see the legendary Satchmo.