Grab your FREE guide and links
to Louis Armstrong's
10 BEST live performances on video!

Hi, fellow music lover! I'm Phil Lynch, a big Louis Armstrong fan (in fact, I wrote a book about him). I recently spent hours searching through his prolific body of live performances available online. Then I hand-picked my absolute favorites so you can get right to the good best stuff. (Where 'Pops' was concerned, it was always good!)

These are Louis's most heartwarming and unique live appearances out there. Pops will put a smile on your face as you enjoy his musical excellence and share his joy.
  • Annotated!  Learn about each performance and its place in Pops' career.
  • Be surprised at the energy of a dynamic Louis in Copenhagen in 1933 at his youthful peak.
  • Go behind the scenes  and view the only known footage of him at work in a recording studio.
  • Be moved by Louis's haunting performance of a spiritual that brought veteran stagehands to tears.
  • Enjoy a duet with Johnny Cash, recreating one of Louis's earliest (country!) recordings.
  • Many more, including a touching live performance of "What a Wonderful World."
Where should I send your FREE guide & links to these awesome performances?
Phil L ynch
Phil Lynch is an award-winning educator, author and musician based in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula on the shores of Lake Michigan.

Phil's book, Live Like Louis! (inspiring life lessons from Satchmo), has motivated and encouraged many happy readers, and was a Top 20 title in its category when it debuted on Amazon.

As a singer-songwriter, worship leader, and leader/arranger of the Phil Lynch Quartet (mainstream jazz), Phil has delighted audiences throughout the Midwest for almost 30 years. Highlights of his career include playing Nashville's vaunted Bluebird café and premiering original compositions at Michigan's historic Calumet Theatre.
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