1. Louis Armstrong was born into a poor African American family in New Orleans on July 4, 1900.
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2. Louis Armstrong adopted "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" as his theme song and the lyrics are filled with racial.
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4. Louis Armstrong was a superstar, long before Andy Warhol popularised the phrase.
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9. Louis Armstrong appeared in more than a dozen Hollywood films, usually playing a bandleader or musician.
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11. Louis Armstrong enjoyed many types of music, from blues to the arrangements of Guy Lombardo, to Latin American folksongs, to classical symphonies and opera.
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13. In 1968, Louis Armstrong scored one last popular hit in the United Kingdom with "What a Wonderful World", which topped the British charts for a month.
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19. Louis Armstrong was performing at the Brick House in Gretna, Louisiana when he met Daisy Parker, a local prostitute.
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20. Louis Armstrong made his last recorded trumpet performances on his 1968 album Disney Songs the Satchmo Way.
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21. Louis Armstrong enjoyed the song and he recorded the American version in New York City on June 26, 1950.
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25. Louis Armstrong started to work at Connie's Inn in Harlem, chief rival to the Cotton Club, a venue for elaborately staged floor shows, and a front for gangster Dutch Schultz.
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26. Louis Armstrong returned to New York in 1929, where he played in the pit orchestra for the musical Hot Chocolates, an all-black revue written by Andy Razaf and pianist Fats Waller.
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32. Louis Armstrong described his time with Marable as "going to the University", since it gave him a wider experience working with written arrangements.
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