Eddy Arnold

Eddy Arnold Tribute Album, ‘You Don’t Know Me,’ Rediscovers Iconic Country-Pop Singer
Eddy Arnold Tribute Album, ‘You Don’t Know Me,’ Rediscovers Iconic Country-Pop Singer
An eclectic group of artists has been assembled for You Don't Know Me: Rediscovering Eddy Arnold, a CD tribute to the pop/country singer whose phenomenal career spanned seven decades. Produced by punk legend Cheetah Chrome and author/historian Don Cusic, the collection will feature Mandy Barnett, Alejandro Escovedo, Mary Gauthier, Lambchop, Jason Isbell, Bobby Bare Jr...
Plowboy Records Forms With Eddy Arnold’s Grandson at Helm
Plowboy Records Forms With Eddy Arnold’s Grandson at Helm
Earlier this month, on what would have been country-pop icon Eddy Arnold's 94th birthday (May 15), Eddy's grandson, musician Shannon Pollard (pictured left), along with author and music historian Don Cusic and punk legend Cheetah Chrome launched Plowboy Records, not only to celebrate the legacy of the man who was nicknamed the "Tennessee Plowboy" but to also provide a home for recordings
Lee Brice Has 55 Reasons to Celebrate ‘Love Like Crazy’
Lee Brice was feted at a party in Nashville on Tuesday evening to celebrate the success of his hit, 'Love Like Crazy,' which, according to Billboard magazine's year-end issue, was the most-heard country song of 2010. The tune also broke records as the longest-running country chart hit at 55 weeks, usurping Eddy Arnold's 1948 hit, 'Bouquet of Roses' at 54 weeks...
Rascal Flatts, Mel Tillis + More to Join Music City Walk of Fame
Rascal Flatts, Mel Tillis + More to Join Music City Walk of Fame
Rascal Flatts, Kris Kristofferson, Mel Tillis, Little Jimmy Dickens, Bobby Hebb and the late Eddy Arnold have been announced as the 2010 inductees for the Music City Walk of Fame in downtown Nashville. This weekend (Sunday, November 7), fans can join the celebration as the stars are honored on Demonbreun Street in Nashville between 4th and 5th Avenues South...
Eddy Arnold Charts Seven Decades of Hits
Eddy Arnold Charts Seven Decades of Hits
One of Eddy Arnold's last wishes was to have another hit record. That happened for the singer, who passed away May 8, when his song 'To Life' was released on what would have been his 90th birthday, May 15. The country legend's 147th single, 'To Life' climbed into the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart this week, making Arnold the only country artist to have chart success in each of seven decades.