Louis Armstrong, an influential jazz figure, didn't receive formal musical training until he was arrested for firing a pistol at age 11. In there, the music teacher, Peter Davis, taught him how to play the bugle and cornet. In retrospect, Louis said that was when "me and music got married." history.com/news/9-things…
When Louis Armstrong was a kid, he was taken in by a Jewish family that gave him food shelter, and money to buy his first cornet. nytimes.com/2001/02/21/op…
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