Louis Armstrong Back in the Day

Louis Armstrong Back in the Day
With His Signature White Handkerchief and Smile

The significance of the blues aesthetic for those who are not professionally conversant in musical notation or the academic discipline of music or jazz history.

Saturday, January 10

Patti Labelle

"In January, 1964, Patti LaBelle and the Blue Bells released Rodgers and Hammersteins' classic "You'll Never Walk Alone, which went to #34 on both the Pop and R & B charts. "You'll Never Walk Alone" established LaBelle as one of the most powerful and distinctive vocalists on the 60s scene.


Michele Wallace said...

I love Patti and it is great to have this correct history in there because I definitely didn't know it or couldn't remember if i ever knew. I just loved LaBelle.

Barbara Wallace said...

Beautiful, Michele. That took me back to age 11. I cried.