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Louis Armstrong Net Worth

Louis Armstrong Net Worth

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Louis Armstrong Net Worth:
$10 Million

Birth date: August 4, 1901, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Death date: July 6, 1971, Corona, New York City, New York, United States
Birth place: New Orleans
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Profession: Singer, Trumpeter, Musician, Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Lucille Wilson (m. 1942–1971)
Children: Sharon Preston-Folta, Clarence Armstrong, What a Wonderful World, La Vie en Rose, When the Saints Go Marching In
Parents: Mary Albert, William Armstrong
Siblings: Beatrice Armstrong Collins
Awards: Hollywood Walk of Fame (1960), Long Island Music Hall of Fame (2007), The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (1972),
Music groups: “Creole Jazz Band”
Nominations: Grammy Award for Record of the Year, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical, What a Wonderful World, La Vie en Rose, When the Saints Go Marching In
Movies: Paris Blues, Cabin in the Sky, Pennies from Heaven, A Man Called Adam, Glory Alley, Jazz Icons: Louis Armstrong: Live in '59, Atlantic City, Going Places, Hello, Dolly!, Louis Armstrong: Live in Australia, Pillow to Post, Kærlighedens melodi, Louis Armstrong: Good Evening Ev'rybody, I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You, Louis Armstrong in Copenhagen, Berlin-Melodie
TV shows: Johnny Cash Show (1970), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, "Grassa e Bella" (1968), "Hello, Dolly!", The Story of Swing (1937), This Is Jazz (1947)

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This jazz singer is well known for his scat singing. He is also recognized for his original cornet and trumpet playing. He is also known for his other nicknames such as Ambassador Satch, Pops, Satch, Satchmo and Dipper. He expired on July 6, 1971 in Corona, Queens, NYC, U.S. After three unsuccessful unions, Armstrong married Lucille Wilson in 1942. The couple remained together until Armstrong’s departure in 1971. His performance on Hello, Dolly! Moreover, he has 11 records which were inducted into Grammy Hall of Fame. These tunes have either “qualitative or historical significance” or at least 25 years old. These records include “St. Louis Blues”, “Weather Bird”, “Blue Yodel No.9 (Standing on the Corner)”, “All of Me”, Porgy and Bess, “Hello Dolly!”, “Heebie Jeebies”, “What a Wonderful World”,”Mack the Knife”, “St. Louis Blues”, and “West End Blues”. On the other hand, his West End Blues was recorded on Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for being among the top 500 songs that shaped or affected rock and roll.

Louis Armstrong Net Worth $10 Million

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