Louis Armstrong (1901-1971) was a transformative American jazz musician and singer. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Armstrong’s innovative approaches to playing the trumpet and unique vocal style shaped the direction of jazz. His improvisational techniques, notably scat singing, and memorable performances on pieces like “What a Wonderful World” and “Hello, Dolly!” made him an international icon. Armstrong’s enduring influence transcends the realms of jazz, marking him as one of the most significant figures in American music history.
Photo: William P. Gottlieb, a distinguished American photographer and journalist, left an indelible mark on music history with his iconic jazz photographs that captured the vibrant spirit of the genre’s golden era.
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