Satchmo


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United States pioneering jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)

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While Satchmo SummerFest should not be missed, New Orleans will never suffer a shortage of musicians no matter what time of year.
After his band played the intro and everyone wondered where he was, Satchmo played the beginning of Sleepy Time as he walked down the aisle.
Joe Glaser, Armstrong's mobbed-up manager and close friend, now takes up roughly a third of the stage time in Satchmo at the Waldorf His presence not only rounds out the story, since, as Teachout says, "Armstrong is an unreliable narrator, and Glaser tells us things that Armstrong didn't know.
should be equally entertained by Teachout's telling of the saga of Satchmo.
Among those we saw were Humph, Chris Barber, Acker Bilk, Eric Delaney, MJQ, Alex Welsh, Kenny Ball, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and Count Basie, although we had to travel to Bristol to see the legendary Satchmo.
His interest in rhythm is apparent in the measured forms he often uses and in the names he mentions: Marvin Gaye Thelonious Monk Satchmo.
New Orleans named its after Satchmo, aka Louis Armstrong, Washington has Ronald Reagan, although most of the overwhelmingly black locals would prefer to forget him.
Satchmo Summer Fest, Festival honors New Orleans' native son, Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong.
Hace unas cuantas semanas la Sociedad Acustica acaba de poner en circulacion su mas reciente produccion discografica: el CD Satchmo (GER 16 248, Global e Rock, S.
The Herald finally ran the story the following day, with a photo caption that read: "Louis Satchmo Armstrong, who got all lathered up about segregation here Wednesday, is shown getting ready to shave shortly before leaving Grand Forks for Montevideo.
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In this regard, Michael Meckna's Satchmo is a first, an encyclopedia devoted entirely to legendary jazz trumpeter and vocalist Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong (1901-1971).
Satchmo and Christopher Callow, who was having his first ride under Rules, led before the last and sprinted clear from Satchmo by eight lengths.
The French Quarter Festival and Jazz Fest are in April, the Essence Music Festival is in July, and August hosts the Satchmo SummerFest.