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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1971: Jazz legend Louis Armstrong died of a heart attack.
The flights are set to begin November 2019, according to a news release by Louis Armstrong International Airport.
Q I have a hardback copy of Satchmo, My Life in New Orleans, by Louis Armstrong. It was signed "Satchmo Louis Armstrong" at Foyles, in London's Charing Cross Road, around 1960.
New United Club locations opening later this year in Raleigh-Durham International Airport, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and New York's La Guardia Airport, the company said.
Her famous performance in John Butler's Portrait of Billie--which, legend has it, brought Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to tears--is sure to get a nod.
Sloane Stephens, the defending women's singles US Open champion, was not too happy after she was made to play her first round match of the 2018 championships in the newly completed Louis Armstrong Stadium.
Music artiste and trumpeter, Kwitee will host fans and friends at a tribute concert tagged: The Man Kwitee: A Tribute To Louis Armstrong at the popular Ember Creek, Oniru in Lagos, on August 26.
Some of them have been repeat acts but the one paying tribute to the legends of soul on Wednesday and Thursday will remind of legendary singers Stevie Wonder, Barry White, George Benson and Louis Armstrong.
Prince Louis is also the namesake of several celebrities, including the late jazz musician Louis Armstrong, One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson and X Factor judge Louis Walsh.
The U.S based musician performs an overview of the entire history of jazz from leaders like Jelly Roll Morton to Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole and Johnny Hartman.
Caption: Herb Snitzer, Louis Armstrong (Such Sweet Thunder portfolio), 1960, gelatin silver print