Eddy Arnold Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Songs, Children and Net Worth

Who is Eddy Arnold?

Eddy Arnold was an American country music singer.  Arnold attended Pinson High School in Pinson, Tennessee, where he played guitar for school functions and events.

Detailed Eddy Arnold Biography

In 1934, at age 16, Arnold debuted musically on WTJS-AM in Jackson, Tennessee, and obtained a job there during 1937. He performed at local nightclubs and was a permanent performer for the station. During 1938, he was hired by WMPS-AM in Memphis, Tennessee, where he was one of its most popular performers. He soon quit for KWK-AM in St. Louis, Missouri, followed by a brief stint at WHAS-AM in Louisville, Kentucky.

He performed for WSM (AM) on the Grand Ole Opry during 1943 as a solo artist. In 1944, Arnold signed a contract with RCA Victor, with manager Colonel Tom Parker, who later managed Elvis Presley. Arnold’s first single was little noticed, but the next, “Each Minute Seems a Million Years”, scored number five on the country charts in 1945. Its success began a decade of unprecedented chart performance; Arnold’s next 57 singles all ranked in the top 10, including 19 number-one successes.

In 1946, Arnold scored his first major success with “That’s How Much I Love You”. In 1948, he had five successful songs on the charts simultaneously. That year, he had nine songs in the top 10; five of these were number one and scored there for 40 of the year’s 52 weeks. With Parker’s management, Arnold continued to dominate, with 13 of the 20 best-scoring country music songs of 1947–1948.

He became the host of Mutual Radio’s Purina-sponsored segment of the Opry and of Mutual’s Checkerboard Jamboree, a midday program shared with Ernest Tubb that was broadcast from a Nashville theater recorded radio programs increased Arnold’s popularity, as did the CBS Radio series Hometown Reunion with the Duke of Paducah. Arnold quit the Opry during 1948, and his Hometown Reunion briefly broadcast in competition with the Opry on Saturday nights. In 1949 and 1950, he performed in the Columbia movies Feudin’ Rhythm and Hoedown.

What is Eddy Arnold Age?

He was born on May 15, 1918 in Henderson, Tennessee, USA.

Who’re Eddy Arnold Family Members?

His father, a sharecropper, played the fiddle, while his mother played guitar. Arnold’s father died when he was just 11, forcing him to leave school and begin helping on the family farm. This led to him later gaining his nickname—the Tennessee Plowboy. One of his brothers, PFC John Hendrix Arnold, fought in World War II and died in the Normandy landings.

Who’re Eddy Arnold Children?

Eddy and his wife Sally had two children Richard E. Arnold, Jr and JoAnn Arnold Pollard.

Eddy Arnold Grandchildren

He had two grandchildren K. Michelle Pollard and R. Shannon Pollard, Jr and four great-grandchildren Katie E. Pollard, Sophie Pollard, Rowan Pollard, and Ben Johns.

Who’s Eddy Arnold Wife?

He is married to Sally.

What is Eddy Arnold Net Worth 2020?

Arnold’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $321 million

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Eddy Arnold Albums

  • All-Time Favorites
  • Anytime
  • A Dozen Hits
  • That’s How Much I Love You
  • More Eddy Arnold
  • Eddy Arnold Sings Them Again
  • Let’s Make Memories Tonight
  • Country Songs I Love to Sing
  • Eddy’s Songs
  • I’m Throwing Rice…
  • The Best of Eddy Arnold
  • The Best of Eddy Arnold, Vol. 2
  • This Is Eddy Arnold
  • The Best of Eddy Arnold, Vol. 3
  • The World of Eddy Arnold
  • Eddy Arnold Sings Love Songs
  • Pure Gold
  • Echoes
  • Legendary Performer
  • Greatest Songs
  • Collector’s Series
  • Hand Holdin’ Songs
  • The Essential Eddy Arnold
  • Early Eddy Arnold
  • The Hits
  • Seven Decades of Hits
  • A Little on the Lonely Side
  • When They Were Young
  • My Darling, My Darling
  • Have Guitar Will Travel
  • Thereby Hangs a Tale
  • You Gotta Have Love
  • One More Time
  • Our Man Down South
  • Cattle Call
  • Folk Song Book
  • Sometimes I’m Happy, Sometimes I’m Blue
  • Pop Hits from the Country Side
  • The Easy Way
  • My World
  • I Want to Go with You
  • The Last Word in Lonesome
  • Somebody Like Me
  • Lonely Again
  • Turn the World Around
  • The Everlovin’ World of Eddy Arnold
  • The Romantic World of Eddy Arnold
  • Walkin’ in Love Land
  • Songs of the Young World
  • The Glory of Love
  • The Warmth of Eddy
  • Love and Guitars
  • Standing Alone
  • Portrait of My Woman
  • Welcome to My World
  • Loving Her Was Easier
  • Lonely People
  • Eddy Arnold Sings for
  • Housewives and Other Lovers
  • So Many Ways
  • If the Whole World Stopped Lovin’
  • She’s Got Everything I Need
  • I Wished That I Had Loved You Better
  • The World
  • Eddy
  • I Need You All the Time
  • Somebody Loves You
  • A Legend and His Lady
  • A Man For All Seasons
  • Don’t Give Up on Me
  • Close Enough to Love
  • You Don’t Miss a Thing
  • After All These Years
  • Wanderin’ with Eddy Arnold
  • Chapel on the Hill
  • Praise Him, Praise Him
  • Faithfully Yours

Eddy Arnold Songs

  • After All These Years
  • Always On My Mind
  • Anytime
  • As Usual
  • Away In A Manger
  • Baby That’s Living
  • Blue Blue Day
  • Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
  • Bouquet of Roses
  • Cattle Call
  • Christmas Can’t Be Far Away
  • Crying Time
  • Don’t Rob Another Man’s Castle
  • Don’t She Look Good
  • Eddy’s Song
  • Faded Love
  • Gentle On My Mind
  • Good Hearted Woman
  • Green Green Grass Of Home
  • Half As Much
  • Happy Birthday To You
  • Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
  • Here Comes Heaven
  • Here Comes Santa Claus
  • Here Comes The Rain Baby
  • Honey
  • I Heard the Bells On Christmas Day
  • I Really Don’t Want to Know
  • I Walk Alone
  • I Wanna Play House With You
  • I Want to Go With You
  • I Wish I Didn’t Love You So
  • I’ll Be Home For Christmas
  • I’ll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)
  • I’m Gonna Be Home With You
  • I’m Gonna Lock My Heart (And Throw Away The Key)
  • I’m Letting You Go
  • I’m Throwing Rice
  • I’m Walking Behind You
  • I’ve Been Down Some Roads
  • If I Had Lived My Life Without You
  • If Only
  • If You Were Mine Mary
  • In The Misty Moonlight
  • It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
  • It Comes And Goes
  • It’ll Be Her
  • It’s A Sin
  • It’s Such A Pretty World Today
  • Jingle Bell Rock
  • Jolly Old St. Nicholas
  • Joy To The World
  • Just a Little Lovin’ (Will Go a Long Way)
  • Just Call Me Lonesome
  • Just Like Christmas
  • Kentucky Waltz
  • King Of The Road
  • Lay Some Happiness On Me
  • Let It Be Me
  • Let’s Get It While The Gettin’s Good
  • Little Green Apples
  • Lonely Again
  • Lonely Street
  • Make the World Go Away
  • Mary Claire Melvina Rebecca Jane
  • Molly Darling
  • New World In The Morning
  • Nothing But Time
  • Little Town of Bethlehem
  • Oh Christmas Tree/Jingle Bells
  • Oh Come All Ye Faithful
  • Old Porch Swing
  • One Christmas Eve Long Ago
  • One Kiss Too Many
  • Please Help Me I’m Falling
  • Put A Ribbon In Your Hair
  • Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
  • Save The Last Dance For Me
  • Silent Night
  • Somebody Like Me
  • Somebody’s Been Beatin’ My Time
  • Take Me In Your Arms And Hold Me
  • Taking Chances
  • Tennessee Stud
  • That Do Make It Nice
  • That’s How Much I Love You
  • That’s What I Get For Loving You
  • The Christmas Song
  • The Days Gone By
  • The End
  • The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me
  • The Other Side Of Lonely
  • Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
  • There Goes My Everything
  • There’s Been A Change In Me
  • Tip of My Fingers
  • To Life
  • Too Many Rivers
  • Trouble in Mind
  • Turn the World Around
  • Up On the Housetop
  • What A Wonderful World
  • What Is Life Without Love?
  • What’s He Doin’ In My World
  • What’s He Doing in My World
  • When I Dream
  • White Christmas
  • Will Santa Come to Shanty Town
  • Winter Wonderland
  • You Don’t Know Me
  • You Don’t Miss A Thing
  • You Needed Me
  • You Still Got A Hold On Me

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