Eddy Arnold

Richard Edward Arnold

Also known as Amold, Arnold, C. Arnold, E. Arnold, E.Arnold, Eddie Arnold, Eddy Arnold And His Guitar, Eddy Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys, Eddy Arnold The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar, Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy, Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar, Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy, And His Guitar, Eddy Arnold, The Texas Plowboy And His Guitar, Edward Arnold
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Discography of Eddy Arnold:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 A Full Time Job 2 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
2 Older And Bolder 2 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
3 Eddy's Song 2 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
4 Crazy Dream 2 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
5 Little Miss Sunbeam 2 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
6 The Day You Left Me 2 Audio 1958 RCA Victor
7 Did It Rain 2 Audio 1959 RCA Victor
8 Boot Hill 2 Audio 1959 RCA Victor
9 A Little Heartache 2 Audio 1962 RCA Victor
10 I'm Letting You Go 2 Audio 1965 RCA Victor
11 I Want To Go With You 2 Audio 1965 RCA Victor
12 The Tip Of My Fingers 2 Audio 1966 RCA Victor
13 Somebody Like Me 2 Audio 1966-11-00 RCA Victor
14 Lonely Again 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
15 Here Comes Heaven 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
16 Jolly Old Saint Nicholas 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
17 Here Comes The Rain, Baby 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
18 They Don't Make Love Like They Used To 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
19 Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses 2 Audio 1949-03-31 RCA Victor
20 Anytime / What A Fool I Was 2 Audio 1949 RCA Victor
21 Just For You 2 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
22 Out Of The Blue 2 Audio 1993 RCA
23 Here Comes The Rain, Baby 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
24 Eddy Arnold's Favorite Sacred Songs 4 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
25 All Time Favorites, Volume Two 4 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
26 Anytime 4 Audio 1956
27 Cold, Cold Heart 4 Audio 1956 RCA Victor
28 The Very Thought Of You 4 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
29 My Darling, My Darling, Vol. 1 4 Audio 1958 RCA Victor
30 My Darling, My Darling, Vol. II 4 Audio 1958 RCA Victor
31 Sometimes I'm Happy, Sometimes I'm Blue 12 Audio 1964 RCA Victor
32 My World 12 Audio 1965 RCA Victor
33 My Everything / Second Fling 2 Audio 1954 RCA Victor
34 Lonely Balladeer / Yesterday's Memories 2 Audio 1963 RCA
35 Hand-Holdin' Songs 16 Audio 1990 RCA
36 You Don't Miss A Thing 10 Audio 1991 RCA
37 Make The World Go Away / The Easy Way 2 Audio 1965 RCA Victor
38 Pure Gold 10 Audio 1975 RCA
39 Turn The World Around / The Long Ride Home 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
40 Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye / Apples, Raisins And Roses 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
41 I'll Do As Much For You Someday 2 Audio 1962 RCA Victor
42 I'll Hold You In My Heart 2 Audio 1959 RCA Victor
43 Before This Day Ends 2 Audio 1960 RCA Victor
44 Misty Blue 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
45 All I'm Missing Is You 2 Audio 1981 RCA
46 Anytime / Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long Way) 2 Audio RCA Victor
47 The Angel And The Stranger 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
48 It's Over / No Matter Whose Baby You Are 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
49 Lonely Again / Love On My Mind 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
50 Make The World Go Away / I Want To Go With You 2 Audio RCA


An American country music singer with 146 songs on the country charts (including 28 number one hits), Arnold ranks among the most popular country singers in U.S. history. He has sold over 85 million records, making him one of the most successful artists of the 20th century.

Early in his career, Eddy was the lead male vocalist for the Pee Wee King band. By 1943 Arnold had become a solo star on the Grand Ole Opry. He had a folksy nickname "The Tennessee Plowboy." He successfully made the transition from radio to television, appearing frequently on all of the major television shows of the era. He was the first country star to have his own television show, "Eddy Arnold Time".

Arnold's record sales dipped in the late 1950s due to the arrival of Rock and Roll. He continued to try to court a wider audience by using pop-sounding, string-laced arrangements, a style that would come to be known as the Nashville sound.

In 1966, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 1967, he was the first Entertainer of the Year named by the Country Music Association and in 1985 he received the Academy of Country Music's Pioneer Award.

Arnold published his autobiography, It's A Long Way From Chester County, in 1969. His 100th album, "After All These Years", was released in 2005 by RCA Records.

Eddy performed his final concert on May 16, 1999, the day after his 81st birthday, at the Hotel Orleans in Las Vegas.

Born: May 15, 1918, Henderson, Tennessee

Died: May 8, 2008, Nashville, Tennessee


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