Eddy Arnold is known to be a prolific hit-making musician. His songs “Cattle Call,” “Make the World Go Away,” “I’ll Hold You in My Heart,” and “Just a Little Lovin” usually placed on the charts from the 1940s through ’60s ...

The Country Music Association is one of the biggest nights for country singers. As the awarding ceremony comes closer every day, the anticipation of who is going to win Entertainer of the Year becomes higher. From the first Entertainer of ...

For those who don’t remember this Eddy Arnold classic, let me refresh your memory. The song was released back in 1947 and was made more popular by Elvis Presley with his 1969 version. This was a huge hit for the ...

Before everyone is doing country pop, Eddy Arnold has already done his own transition from country to popular music. Today, let us take a look at Eddy’s journey as a country star and his significant hits. via Screen frame from ...

Eddy Arnold was one of the toughest and hardworking country musicians of all time. Even though he was old, he still managed to record songs and albums. He reached 76 and was still performing. He was only officially retired when he ...

Is it necessary to know how many people your lover has fallen in love with? Do you think that you have the right to know about it or should it just be left in the past? Sometimes, we are eager ...

There’s still hope for the old tune entitled “Any Time” to shine anew long after it stayed unknown to the listening public. That’s after an artist came out to prove that the song isn’t destined to be kept from the ...

It’s natural for humans to be envious on other people. In spite of this, other people are not doing anything to be successful. We have heard some rags to riches stories but people worked hard for their status, and they ...

“Somebody Like Me” Single Eddy Arnold earned his twenty-third No. 1 on the Billboard country chart with his song “Somebody Like Me.” Wayne Carson wrote the song for Arnold. In addition, the single became part of his eighteenth studio album, ...

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 ...

Released in 1963 as a country-pop song, “Make the World Go Away” was composed and conceived by country music singer-songwriter Hank Cochran. The very first version of the song was performed and recorded by Ray Price in 1963. Since its release, ...

Eddy Arnold Photo Credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org The Song’s Content It is said that this is one of the most beautiful songs written about unrequited love. The song “You Don’t Know Me” is a story of a man in love with someone, probably ...

Eddy Arnold/Photo: Screen grabbed from Youtube From the late 1940’s up to the mid’1950’s, Billboard held three songs that spent the longest weeks on its country chart’s 58-year-old history. If such was the basis for determining which song was most-loved ...

www.youtube.com It doesn’t feel good knowing that the person you love is hanging out with someone whom they treat more than a friend. You will constantly think that he/she is cheating on you. It is not good to be cheated ...

www.youtube.com Knowing God and letting Him take control of our lives has a positive effect on the way we live. When we let God manage everything, we know that we don’t have to worry. The challenges we face will not ...

Perhaps one of the most influential artists that have innovated the country sound especially in the 1950s is the great Eddy Arnold. He personified and linked classic country music to the contemporary, modern world. Considered to be one of country ...

When you fall in love, you and the person you love create this world that is different from reality. It’s only understood by the two of you. That place is full of love and understanding, like a magical world you ...

When I finally put my guitar in the case the last time, I want to be remembered just as a singer, not as a country singer or pops singer – just a singer. -Eddy Arnold From his debonair attire to the savvy ...

“You Don’t Know Me” is a song that Cindy Walker-penned. The title and story line originated from Eddy Arnold in the year 1955. Arnold himself made a cover of “You Don’t Know Me” in that same year. Soon after (April 21, 1956), RCA Victor ...