Louis Armstrong

  1. United States pioneering jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)
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  • (12 May 2006) - Three years in the business might seem like a too-brief span for a retrospective, but since 2003, Washington D. C.-based quartet the Fort Knox Five founded their own record label (called Fort Knox Recordings), remixed the likes of Tito Puente, Louis Armstrong, And Tower of Power, and collaborated with hip hop's elder statesman Africa Bambaataa-not to mention all the bodies they've got moving on the ... Cool Hunting
  • But BBC producer Anthony Geffen, with directors Edmund Coulthard and Nick Godwin and writer Mark Hay-hurst, have given "The Promised Land" an intensely American rhythm, propelled by an extraordinary score by artists such as jazzman Louis Armstrong, blues singerBessie Smith and rap group Public Enemy and original music by Terence Blanchard, who scored Spike Lee's "Malcolm X. When Heaven Turned To Hell
  • During the interwar years, it would have seemed absurd to separate the two, when jazz greats like Louis Armstrong and Benny Goodman appeared on Broadway, Fats Waller and Ellington wrote extensively for the theater, and thousands of show tunes made their way into the jazz canon. New Duo For Jazz, Theater
  • Louis Armstrong was vocal about his dislike of the bebop innovations of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
  • In America she worked with the greats of jazz, people like Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong.
  • But I did explain to listeners the circumstances of the interview by the corner washstand, and Orleanians could ponder the fact that the world famous Louis Armstrong couldn't get into any of the big hotels in his own hometown. Ex-'Meet the Press' moderator Bill Monroe dies
  • The creators of that music were descendants of slaves like Joe “King” Oliver, Ferdinand “Jelly Roll” Morton, and Louis Armstrong, and men who had been the half-naked children of the old, dark, fat Sicilians of Little Palermo. A Renegade History of the United States
  • He's swinging to a hard- driving beat here, big-band-era style, and showing that he is a major jazz vocalist-instrumentalist to compete with his namesakes, Louis Armstrong and Louis Jordan. Both Leading Man and Comic Relief
  • She knocks out the tunes with a powerful vibrato that would occasionally adopt a raspiness á la Louis Armstrong.
  • It was Andy's first Grand Slam appearance, Arthur Ashe Stadium was hardly a flicker in some architect's eye, and Blanche Roddick was swiveling her binoculars from the cheap seats in the Louis Armstrong sky to find a birthday boy who never cared to wait his place in line. USATODAY.com - Roddick no longer sneaky kid
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