Iconic American singer Louis Armstrong’s ‘A Kiss to Build a Dream On‘ was played on A Million Little Things this week — A Million Little Things, Season 4, Episode 7, “Stay“.
The song was heard as Rome and Regina unite, and as Camden and Maggie are talking.
Louis Armstrong’s ‘A Kiss to Build a Dream On‘ was recorded in 1951.
It became one of the most popular versions of the Kalmar, Ruby and Hammerstein song, although many other versions have been recorded by other artists since.
It is also often Armstrong’s version of the song that has been featured on other TV series besides A Million Little Things, including Men in Trees, Gilmore Girls, Sex Education, Northern Exposure and Brothers and Sisters, as well as in movies like Sleepless in Seattle.
Louis Armstrong himself is still, even nowadays, one of America’s most influential jazz musicians, even though he died in 1971 at the end of a very successful career that spanned more than 50 years.
During that time, he released more than 30 original albums, and a huge number of singles.
Since the jazz musician’s death at the age of 69, an even larger number of post-humous albums have been released. Proving just how popular he remains to this day.
Listen to Louis Armstrong’s ‘A Kiss to Build a Dream On‘ from last night’s A Million Little Things on the video and on the Spotify player.
Season 4 of the family drama A Million Little Things is currently airing on ABC and, while a fifth season has not yet been announced, my guess is it is almost a guarantee we will get one as the show really could not be more popular.
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