A 24 pages concert program for Louis Armstrong and his Concert Group, boldly signed on the front cover by Jazz’s first great innovator. The program measures 9″ x 12″ and is in excellent condition, with Armstrong’s signature in the sweet spot. With Recordmecca’s written lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
A cardstock handbill/mailer advertising a December 21, 1961 show by Louis Armstrong and the LaVerne Baker-Mitchell-Ruff Trio at the famed New York club Basin Street East, autographed by Louis Armstrong. Armstrong writes “To Bob Wylie from Louis Armstrong” in blue pen. The card has been dated and signed by the attendees. Armstrong’s signature is bold […]
A very rare program from the Billie Holiday/Louis Armstrong “Birth of the Blues” concert, at Symphony Hall in Boston, April 18, 1947. This 16 page program features a photo essay and discography of Armstrong, an illustrated biography of Holiday, photographs of both, program notes and the songs to be performed, and period advertisements. 16 pages, […]
A rare 1947 V-Disc, autographed on the A-side by Louis Armstrong, and on the other by Jack Teagarden. The A-Side features Louis Armstrong interviewed by Art Ford, and the B-Side a live version of “Ain’t Misbehavin’” featuring Armstrong backed by Teagarden, Big Sid Catlett and others. V-Discs (V for Victory) were a morale-boosting series of […]
A beautifully autographed promotional photograph of Louis Armstrong with his band. Armstrong has boldly signed the photo in green pen across his image, and it looks fantastic. The 8′ x 10′ photo has been framed to 14′ x 12 1/2; the framing job is first class, with UV filtering glass. This was originally sold at […]
A 1950’s concert program for jazz great Louis Armstrong and His Concert Group, signed boldly on the front cover by Armstrong, and by clarinetist/saxophonist Barney Bigard on his photograph inside. The program features 20 pages of photographs and text, and is in excellent condition; an address is written on the back cover. As with everything […]