Nov. 12, 1925…Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five record their first songs

On November 12, 1925, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five met up at the Okeh studio in Chicago, Illinois. They were to record their first tunes for Okeh Records. The record label had wanted to put together a band of New Orleans musicians to buy into the recent success of New Orleans-style music. Having heard...

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