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Louis Armstrong. By: Patrick Brewer.

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louis armstrong

Louis Armstrong

By: Patrick Brewer


He was born on August 4, 1901 and died on July 6, 1971.One of the most famous musicians of the Harlem Renaissance was Louis Armstrong. Having come from a poor family in New Orleans, Armstrong began to perform with bands in small clubs, and play at funerals and parades around town in New Orleans. He wasn't a small band man for long, though.


Louis Armstrong was invited in 1922 to move to Chicago, to play the second cornet in a Creole Jazz Band. However, just two years later, Armstrong moved to New York City, and began playing his music with the FLetcher Henderson Orchestra at the Roseland Ballroom. In 1929, he made his first appearance on the Broadway stage. n his recording of “Ain't Misbehavin”, he used a pop song, however, interpreted it through jazz. This helped to set the stage for the acceptance of jazz music in the future.

Here are some of his songs when “The Saints Go Marching In”, “What A Wonderful World”, “Jeepers Ceepers”, and “Blueberry Hills”.

In 1942, he married a dancer from the Cotton Club, where his band had performed many times. All throughout the 1950's and 60's, Armstrong appeared in films and made many international tours. Louis Armstrong is one of the most appreciated jazz artists of the Harlem Renaissance, and of all times. People learned to appreciate both jazz, and African American music even more, because of this man. Armstrong played music up until the day he died at 70 years old