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Eddy Arnolds + Bouquet of Roses

Eddy Arnold’s “Bouquet of Roses”: Flowers for Broken Hearts 

In 1948, the American country singer Eddy Arnolds released a song for broken hearts titled “Bouquet of Roses,” and here’s the meaning behind it. 

May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You + Eddy Arnold

Eddy Arnold’s Two Versions of “May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You”

Eddy Arnold recorded the popular song of Meredith Wilson in 1951. “May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You” was also written by Meredith Wilson.

Any Time + Eddy Arnold

It’s Amazing How Eddy Arnold Made The Country Classic “Anytime” A Crossover Hit

In 1921, Herbert “Happy” Lawson penned a tune he called “Any Time.” Almost three decades later, Eddy Arnold turned the song into a top country hit.

Eddy Arnold and LeAnn Rimes Gave Fans One Great Yodeling Match in the “Cattle Call”

Eddy Arnold moved hillbilly music to the city, creating a sleek sound that relied on his smooth voice and occasionally lush orchestrations. In the process, he became the most popular country performer of the 20th century, spending more weeks on top of the charts than any other artist.

Eddy Arnold Songs

Here Are Eddy Arnold Songs Which Huge Effect Is Still Felt On Today’s Country Performers

The success of Eddy Arnold songs paved the way for later singers, including Conway Twitty, George Strait, and Kenny Rogers, among others.

Eddy Arnold Facts

Here Are Some Facts About Eddy Arnold, One Of The Genre’s Most Prolific Hit-Making Artists

Without a doubt, Eddy Arnold is the most successful country hitmaker of all time. So, make sure to get to know more about him with these exciting facts.

Eddy Arnold’s Classic Hit “Make the World Go Away”

Eddy Arnold is known to be a prolific hit-making musician. He is known for his songs “Cattle Call,” “Make the World Go Away,” and “I’ll Hold You in My Heart.”

Eddy Arnold, the First Artist to Win CMA’s Entertainer of the Year

From the first Entertainer of the Year awardee, Eddy Arnold, who will be this year's big winner?

Eddy Arnold’s “I’ll Hold You in My Heart:” 21-Week Chart Topper

For those who don't remember this Eddy Arnold classic, let me refresh your memory. This was released back in 1947 and was made more popular by Elvis Presley with his 1969 version. 

Remembering Eddy Arnold on His 11th Death Anniversary

Today marks Eddy Arnold's 11th death anniversary. The "Make the World Go Away" singer worked his way up in country music. He continued until he was 80 years old.

Eddy Arnold Made “I Really Don’t Want To Know” Reach No. 1

“I Really Don’t Want to Know” was first released in 1953, but Eddy Arnold took the song in 1954 and made it reach number one.