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Hello Dolly

All Aboard the Meme Express – Monday, May 4, 2009

On May 4, 1964, Louis Armstrong capped the record charts with “Hello Dolly.” Written by Jerry Herman, the title song of the hit Broadway musical (Hello Dolly) became a signature song for Armstrong, who was fondly known as Satchmo.

Armstrong also paired with singer Barbra Streisand to record a popular cover of the song, “Hello Dolly,” appearing with Babs in the 1969 film version. Here are Louis Armstrong and Barbra Streisand, performing “Hello Dolly” in the motion picture:



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