New Orleans-born Louie Armstrong (August 4, 1901 - July 6, 1971) was a beloved and highly acclaimed virtuoso jazz trumpeter (a.k.a. "Satchmo") with a soothing, gravelly singing voice. He had numerous chart hits starting in 1926, including "Muskrat Ramble" (1926), "All Of Me" (1932), "Hello Dolly!" (1964, with The All Stars), and "What A Wonderful World" (1968, 1988), the latter of which was featured in the movie, "Good Morning, Vietnam." He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
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Louis Armstrong performs "When The Saints Go Marching In" on The Ed Sullivan Show (September 20, 1959).
Available on the following DVD: Inspirational Treasures from The Ed Sullivan Show- Featuring Elvis
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Louis Armstrong And The All Stars
- Hello, Dolly! 1964
(This song topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts and later also became a hit for Bobby Darin (1965). "Hello, Dolly!" was also made famous by Carol Channing who starred in the musical by the same name.)
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