Louis Armstrong "King of Jazz"

This is my biography character, Louis Armstrong

He was a brave person who knew the emotions of rejection, pain, and happiness. A famous music player, he played and made the song, “It’s A Wonderful World”. He was born into a poor family on August 4, 1901, New Orleans, LA, but managed to become a star under his own terms. It’s Louis Armstrong, the self-confident, warm-hearted, and persistent African-American man.

Louis Armstrong was warm-hearted because he joined the “Pleasure and Social” club, which was doing good deeds and helping others in the community. The founder of the club was proud to have a worldwide celebrity doing small things. Louis Armstrong’s hometown New Orleans still had Jim Crow laws which divided up the area. He was a famous trumpet player known as “King of Jazz”, and a self-confident African-American man. Louis Armstrong was self-confident because he, despite the risk, went back to New Orleans. Louis stood against the odds of being in a racist time period and place, and still was a confident man.

#KidsAreTheRulrz(5 year-old kid wrote this)

Louis Armstrong was warm-hearted because he joined the “Pleasure and Social” club, which was doing good deeds and helping others in the community. The founder of the club was proud to have a worldwide celebrity doing small things. Louis was also warm-hearted, because at concerts, he would always keep the audience in mind (Old 99-101). Louis showed that he kept his mind on the audience by taking photos with people to make them happy (Old 99-101). Louis Armstrong was also a persistent man.

Louis Armstrong was persistent, and proved it by playing as soon as could after injuries. He often played at concerts and his lip split during most of them (http://www.history.com/).

#African-AmericansRule

He couldn't play for a while after his lip split, but he kept playing after it healed. Louis Armstrong’s attitude was positive. Therefore, Louis stayed persistent throughout his life. Therefore, Louis stayed persistent throughout his life. If he hadn’t, he would have not succeeded at being a famous trumpet player.

Louis went to New Orleans as soon as his lip healed, which demonstrated self-confidence and persistence. He also promised to do a concert if the British Government allowed integration, so African-Americans could sit and stand next to white people (Old 98-99). Louis’ self-confidence made smiles return to tens of thousands of people. That was the first integrated concert.
Louis had a rough life with much pain and rejection. Louis was born into a poor family which made his life hard. He was a self-confident man, who went to New Orleans regardless of the risk. Armstrong, a warm-hearted person who sought to please others by joining clubs or keeping his mind on the audience. Also a persistent soul, he continuously kept playing even though his lip split. Louis was a famous American hero.

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