Song List modified 7/4/2016

Popular Louis Armstrong songs and other similar tunes, creating the typical playlist for the Louis Armstrong Society Jazz Band. 

Louis ArmsCtrong songs, plus a few other favorites!

This is just a sample list of Louis Armstrong songs and other favorites to give an idea of the style and feel that the Louis Armstrong Society Jazz Band is known for. The band mixes the traditional New Orleans genre with selections from the Great American Songbook. Of course, we take requests and customize each show as appropriate! To hear the band play live, check out the Louis Armstrong Society YouTube page

  • Hello Dolly!
  • What A Wonderful World
  • Struttin’ With Some BBQ
  • Someday You’ll Be Sorry
  • The Dummy Song
  • Basin Street Blues
  • Mack The Knife
  • Muskrat Ramble
  • Yellow Dog Blues
  • Down By The Riverside
  • Bourbon Street Parade
  • Do You Know What It Means...
  • St. Louis Blues
  • Chicago
  • Jeepers Creepers
  • Tiger Rag
  • Don’t You Feel My Leg
  • Sweet Georgia Brown
  • Bill Bailey
  • I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead
  • Just A Closer Walk
  • Kiss To Build A Dream On
  • Blueberry Hill
  • Sleepy Time Down South
  • Big Butter & Egg Man
  • The Wolverine Blues
  • Yes Sir, That’s My Baby
  • I May Be Wrong
  • Please Don’t Talk About Me
  • Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
  • Back Home Again in Indiana
  • The Tin Roof Blues
  • There’ll Be Some Changes Made
  • Fidgety Feet
  • Up A Lazy River
  • That’s My Desire
  • Coquet
  • Dr. Jazz
  • Anything But Love
  • My Blue Heaven
  • Beale St. Blues
  • Clarinet Marmalade
  • Dark Town Strutters’ Ball
  • Embraceable You
  • The Glory of Love
  • Honeysuckle Rose
  • If I Had You
  • Just a Closer Walk
  • The Jazz Me Blues
  • Lady Be Good
  • A Kiss To Build A Dream On
  • Cheek To Cheek
  • Everybody Loves My Baby
  • Pennies From Heaven
  • When You're Smiling
  • Take the "A" Train
  • The Sheik of Araby
  • I Wish I could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
  • Charleston
  • Squeeze Me
 Louis Armstrong songs are known for their relaxed feel and great horn solos, as shown by Louis in this picture

"There is two kinds of music, the good, and the bad. I play the good kind." -Louis Armstrong

 Louis Armstrong on the horn

“If ya ain't got it in ya, ya can't blow it out.”  -Louis Armstrong