Louis armstrong - jazz collection: on the road / singin' n' playin' - Louis Armstrong - Hello Dolly Live - YouTube


Chicago...
...set the stage for Louis Armstrong to receive international recognition.
In 1922, he rode the train to Chicago to join the King Oliver Creole Jazz Band, led by his mentor and father-figure, Joe Oliver. The Creole Jazz Band was playing at the popular Lincoln Gardens Cafe, which catered to a prospering and growing African-American population. During this time, Louis' musicianship increased as did his reputation as a highly talented cornetist. He was first recorded in 1923 by Gennett Records while playing with the Creole Jazz Band. Okeh Records also recorded the band before Louis left for New York in 1924.

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