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 ...

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 ...

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, ...

“Make the World Go Away” is a country-popular music that Hank Cochran penned. While he was on a date at a movie theater in 1960, Hank Cochran got the inspiration for the song. Quickly, he left the theater. By the time he arrived ...

52 years ago, way back in 1965, country singer Eddy Arnold snags the title for the number one country singer on the Billboard chart. It was his song, Make the World Go Away that led him to the top. The ...