Louis Armstrong


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Noun1.Louis Armstrong - United States pioneering jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)Louis Armstrong - United States pioneering jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)
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Project description: The new North Terminal at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport will feature three concourses, 35 gates, a 2,190-car parking garage and an in-line baggage system.
Department of Transportation that will help fund a new terminal at New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport.
Atlanta, Georgia-based Vacation Express, part of Sunwing Travel Group, has announced non-stop flights to Grand Bahama Island will depart weekly from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport beginning May 27, 2017, through June 26, 2017, the company said.
Summary: The jazz trumpeter beat Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday in BBC and Jazz FM poll
A LOUIS Armstrong tribute from six-time Grammy Awardwinner Dr John will be one of the headline performances at the 2015 Brecon Jazz Festival.
1 singles from this week, with Jade Wright 1968 Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World WHAT a Wonderful World was written by Bob Thiele, under the name George Douglas, and George David Weiss.
The changes to the US Open venue in New York will also see the Louis Armstrong and Grandstand courts rebuilt with the latter being moved from its current location to the south-west corner of the venue.
com)-- Three out of four of Joe Bev's Waterlogg Radio Network (WRN) podcasts this week pay tribute to Louis Armstrong, who was born August 4, 1901.
US media firm Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc's (NYSE: CCO) Pennsylvania, USA-based Clear Channel Airports airport advertising division said that travelers heading to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport for this year's US football championship will be among the first to experience the new ClearVision airport television network.
The Oregon Festival of American Music continues in Eugene this weekend, wrapping up its celebration of music inspired by the Ella Fitzgerald songbooks and by Louis Armstrong.
THE TOPIC: Louis Armstrong wasn't just a jazz innovator and a great entertainer; he was also one of the world's first musical celebrities, helping to define a cultural archetype now (overly) familiar to us.
In 2008, Hasse helped organize a State Department tour to Egypt by the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, under maestro David Baker, and lectured on Louis Armstrong at American University in Cairo and at the American Cultural Center in Alexandria.