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  • proper n. Louis Armstrong, 1901-1971, an American jazz musician.


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  • The Satchmo has been a pitching legend for a long time.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • For anyone who wants to discover the full range of Armstrong's music, from his earliest work to his final years, a tremendous new box set has recently been released called Satchmo - Ambassador of Jazz. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He mentioned Toys R Us Australia is using Satchmo as one of the largest companies using Satchmo, which is cool to know.

    Planet Python

  • Louis Armstrong, a k a Satchmo, a k a Pops, was to music what Picasso was to painting, what Joyce was to fiction: an innovator who changed the face of his art form, a fecund and endlessly inventive pioneer whose discovery of his own voice helped remake 20th-century culture.

    NYT > Home Page

  • McGrail, a leading authority on lip injuries in brass players, is one of the few doctors in the world who has done corrective surgery to repair a rupture of the orbicularis oris (tear in the lip muscle), a condition also known as Satchmo's Syndrome.

    Articles - JazzTimes

  • The festival celebrates the life and music of New Orleans 'favorite son, Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong in a free four day Jazz fest.

    Wicked Good Travel Tips: 6 Reasons We're Still Lovin' The Big Easy

  • The man known to millions as "Satchmo" is in the news again this week thanks to a pair of announcements by the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Corona, Queens.

    What a Wonderful House

  • It all started about the time a tough young New Orleans cornet man named Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong climbed off a train in New York wearing clodhopper policemen's shoes, and started playing with Fletcher Henderson.

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X

  • Fifty five years ago, Edward R. Murrow went on the road with the great "Satchmo," Louis

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • The man known around the world as "Satchmo" was widely recognized as a founding father of jazz - a uniquely American art form.



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