Address Louis Armstrong House Museum 34-56 107th St, Queens, NY 11368, USA

Built in 1910 by architect Robert Johnson, the splendid two-story brick house now houses the Louis Armstrong House Museum.

Located near Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, the house, known as the last residence of the famous musician, is also located a few miles from the Flushing Cemetery where “Satchmo” is buried. Louis Armstrong had the walls covered with brick in 1969. The musician had then proposed to his neighbors to finance the same kind of renovation for their houses, in order not to be considered the snob of the neighborhood.

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Cult! music: 100 mythical music places [French Edition]

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