One of the country artists worth remembering is “The Tennessee Playboy” Eddy Arnold. He provided us with songs to ponder on such as things in life, love, and family. Most of his songs have topped the country charts specifically in the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. “Lonely Again” was one of Eddy Arnold’s many singles to place at the number one spot. With this, let’s reminisce the past and his legacy as we listen to the song.
Eddy Arnold was one of the greatest country artists of all time. He was able to perform his great music for six decades. Also, he became a Nashville sound innovator in the late 50s. Apart from that, he was even one of the standards of the country music scene. With this, he was ranked as number twenty -two of “The 40 Greatest Men of Country Music.”
Eddy Arnold released “Lonely Again” in January 1967. It was released fifty-one years ago. With this, let’s rewind yesterday and remember the good music of the ’60s. Moreover, the song was part of his album of the same name. Interestingly, Chet Atkins was the producer of the song and the whole recording.
Furthermore, “Lonely Again” spent two weeks at number one on the country charts as mentioned above. All in all, the song spent fifteen weeks on the chart.
Beginning in 1943, Eddy Arnold was a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Meanwhile, he was a member of “Country Music Hall of Fame” since 1966.
Seven days before Eddy Arnold’s 90th Birthday, he died from a natural cause on May 8, 2008.
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Eddy Arnold, Lonely Again
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