An excellent New Orleans-style pianist, Armand Hug tended to be underrated throughout his lifestyle, but his many recordings remain quite enjoyable. Hug spent a lot of his lifestyle in his indigenous New Orleans, where he started playing in public areas in 1923. He became a member of Harry Shields’ music group in 1926, proved helpful a little with the brand new Orleans Owls in 1928, and produced his documenting debut with Sharkey Bonano in 1936. Hug mainly performed being a single pianist, having lengthy residencies at several clubs and in addition hosting his very own series on regional tv. Armand Hug documented as a head for New Orleans Bandwagon, Capitol, Great Time Jazz, Group, Paramount, Southland, and Golden Crest, alongside three great albums in the 1970s for Swaggie.