Following a highly successful small-group jazz concert at New York Town Hall on May 17, 1947, Armstrong's manager Joe Glaser dissolved the Armstrong big band on August 13, 1947 and established a six-piece small group. This group was called the All Stars, and in 1964 Louis Armstrong recorded his biggest-selling record, Hello, Dolly! He made assorted televison appearances, especially in the 1950s and 1960s – the recorded film was a TV Show in Australia when Armstrong was at the peak of his career.
Armstrong kept up his busy tour schedule until a few years before his death in 1971. He also toured Africa, Europe, and Asia under sponsorship of the US State
Department with great success, earning the nickname “Ambassador Satch”.
Louis Armstrong (vocals/trumpet) Jewel Brown (vocals)Trummy Young (trombone)Aervell Shaw (bass)Joe Darensbourg (clarinet)Billy Kyle (piano)Danny Barcelona (drums)By arrangement With Miller & AssociatesGraphics - Thea BuysLighting - John FowlerAudio - Phil BurnsTechnical Director - Lance BealDesign - Michael IvoryAssistant Producer - Brian PhillisProduced & Directed by Ian Holmes