For five decades Louis Armstrong helped shape what we know as modern American jazz music.
A documentary about the life and legacy of Louis Armstrong is in the works.
A family is working to restore a historic Black-owned motel whose patrons included Louis Armstrong, Lena Horne, and Ray Charles.
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When Louis Armstrong performed at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. in January of 1971, he did so against his doctors wishes. SEE ALSO: Racial Attacks On Hockey Player Are Sickening The performance, one of Armstrong’s last before dying five months later, was recorded but largely forgotten–until now. Want to Keep Up With NewsOne.com? […]
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