Armand Hug - Huggin' The Keys album
Armand Hug was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and spent most of his life there. When he was 13, he was playing professionally. In 1926 he joined a band led by Harry Shields, then was a member of the New Orleans Owls in 1928. He recorded for the first time in 1936, with Sharkey Bonano, though for his career he was known as a solo pianist. He played dixieland jazz in local clubs and hosted a local television show.
ARMAND HUG is a dixieland stride piano music artist. A superior New Orleans-style pianist, Armand Hug tended to be underrated throughout his life, but his many recordings are still quite enjoyable. Hug spent much of his life in his native New Orleans, where he began playing in public in 1923. He joined Harry Shields' band in 1926, worked a bit with the New Orleans Owls in 1928, and made his recording debut with Sharkey Bonano in 1936. Armand Hug - Jazz Piano Greats Volume 2 LP Vinyl Record Album.
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Armand Hug (December 6, 1910, New Orleans - March 19, 1977, New Orleans) was an American jazz pianist. He was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and spent most of his life there.
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|A2||Portrait Of Ade Monsbourgh|
|A3||The Bobby Dazzler|
|A5||Glad Rag Doll|
|A6||Little Rock Getaway|
|B1||Huggin' The Keys|
|B2||Gin Mill Blues|
|B6||Burning The Candle At Both Ends|
- Piano – Armand Hug