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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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AUGUST 4, 1901 Born in New Orleans, on this day, Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong would become one of the most famous trumpeters of all time.
Q I have a hardback copy of Satchmo, My Life in New Orleans, by Louis Armstrong.
Deborah Mountain-trained Full Moon won a thriller of a Qatar Derby (Group 1) that had everyone in the audience at the edge of their seats especially since the colt was coming down the home straight, breathing down the neck of one of the favourites, Mr Satchmo, at the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club's Al Rayyan Park yesterday.
With the favourite and unbeaten in his two races in Doha, Tip Two Win, falling a bit behind after the final curve, other principal challenger Mr Satchmo, owned by OTI Management Pvt Ltd and ridden by Olivier Peslier, used the chance to leap to the front.
The selection has scope, which helps tip the scales in his favour despite meeting Amazing Satchmo 6lb worse for beating that rival a length and a half three weeks ago.
10 Strait; Menai 9 II; Charles 8 Saigon; 7 Satchmo; 6 Israel; 5 Hockey; 4 Tennessee; 3 Bizet; 2 Musketeers; The 1 Quiz: manufacturers.
The 33-minute film captures Armstrong recording his 1959 album Satchmo Plays King Oliver for Audio Fidelity.
Louis Armstrong used to live in the neighbourhood and not even Satchmo's cheeks ever puffed for air as lustily as Mannarino and Murray at the end after more than three hours of this gladiatorial contest that finished 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 6-1.
At Crystal Palace, Ian Wright was Satchmo because that was Louis Armstrong's nickname and the pair of them looked alike.
Youngstock In Hand: 1 Alison Marriott (Satchmo), 2 Alice Stratton (Saffron), 3 S Lowther (Freddy),.
The man accredited with putting New Orleans on the jazz map is none other than trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong, who at times called himself "Little Arabian Boy." But it is Armstrong's more well-known nickname "Satchmo" that inspires August's music festival Satchmo SummerFest.
On his return from the first two tours, Armstrong and his entourage were waived through customs without a search based on Satchmo's ambassadorial status, but when he landed at Idlewild Airport in New York in 1958, he was directed toward the customs lines.