Join the Preservation Hall All-Stars on Sunday, August 3rd for a tribute to the great Louis Armstrong, with an evening of live performance featuring some of his most iconic work. Widely remembered for his 1968 hit song "What a Wonderful World," Armstrong was best known for his superb trumpet skills and iconic raspy voice. He helped pioneered the jazz genre-- shifting its focus from collaborative group performances to solo performances with scatting and singing, and was one of the first African American musicians to make his mark on the music scene. Quoted as saying "Preservation Hall. Now that's where you'll find all of the greats," the Preservation Hall All-Stars will be honoring his great legacy. For tickets, visit our website at www.preservationhall.ticketfly.com.