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http://www.eddyarnold.com
The Official Eddy Arnold Fan Website-Welcome To My World
 
Website Updated March 26, 2015
 
 
Cherish this music and cherish this man.
We will not see his like again.
Robert K. Oermann Nashville, TN
 
               
 
                                                     MAY 15, 1918 - MAY 8, 2008   
 
 
WARNING TO VISITORS OF THIS WEBSITE!
 
EXPOSURE TO EDDY ARNOLD'S MUSIC MAY BECOME ADDICTIVE. PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK!
 

  
THIS  NONPROFIT  WEBSITE EXISTS SO THAT EDDY ARNOLD, GUITARIST, SINGER, PERFORMER, ENTERTAINER, SONG WRITER, TV HOST, ACTOR, ASTUTE BUSINESSMAN AND A GENTLEMAN WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!
       
Eddy Arnold is the ONLY singer to place songs on the BILLBOARD CHARTS in seven different decades!
1940's/1950's/1960's/1970's/1980's/1990's/2000's
 
 
About the Webmaster
BILL COMER has been a fan of Eddy Arnold since childhood.
 

 
 
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
 
 
    GOD BLESS AMERICA  / GOD BLESS OUR MILITARY AND VETERANS     
"Freedom is not free, the price is great!"
 
 
 
     WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF EDDY ARNOLD      
 
 
 
 
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IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY     CLICK HERE
 
 
 
      
 
 

 
 
 
Posted March 18, 2015 
Radio Show / Country Hoedown / U. S. Navy / 15 Minutes /
Announcer / Jimmie Dean / Featuring Eddy Arnold and George Morgan
Eddy Sings: Cattle Call / Walkin' in the Rain / If I Never Get to Heaven /
George sings : Two Ballads
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Posted March 21, 2015 
Video / Eddy Arnold / To Life / Special Version
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Attn: Mark St Francis-Eddy discusses his love of "Love Songs." I have other items to post for you wherein he
does the same.  Bill Comr.
 
 
Allow Time For Videos To Load / TV Ads & Station Breaks are excluded.
 Video/The Life & Times of Eddy Arnold
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
 
 

 
Updated March 26, 2015
Eddy Arnold Songs requested by or posted for fans...
There You Go Don Stewart
Faithfully Bill Shoop
How Great Thou Art   / by Carroll Roberson Bill Shoop
This World of Ours Bill Shoop
Many Tears Ago Bob Daisey
Misty Blue Timothy Reutershan
Morning of My Mind Bill Comer
Middle of a Memory Bill Comer
My Lady of Love Bill Comer
Open Your Heart Bill Comer
Since December Bill Comer
Ernest, Eddy and Hank     / by Jerry K. Green Bill Comer
The Folk Singer Bob Daisey
Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes / by George Jones Mark Halstead
Hillbilly Heaven  / by Eddie Dean Mark Halstead
Hillbilly Heaven  / by Tex Ritter Bill Comer
Memories of Us Don Stewart
Yesterday's Memories Don Stewart
Wild Flower Bill Comer
I Wish I Knew Bill Comer
No One Will Ever Know Bill Comer
I'll Still Belong to You Bill Comer
I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way Bill Comer
That's What Friends Are For Bill Comer
Tears on My Pillow                      Sang on Radio Bill Comer
There's a New Day Tomorrow     Sang on Radio Bill Comer
That Little Kid Sister of Mine      Sang on Radio Bill Comer
Worried Mind                                Sang on Radio Bill Comer
No One to Cry To                                      Sang on Radio Bill Comer
A Pair of Broken Hearts                       Sang on Radio Bill Comer
   
 
 

 
Versions of Songs
 Song:  Cattle Call
1944 Bluebird 1949  RCA  # 1955 RCA  * 1963  RCA 1973 MGM 1999 CURB   Duet  * +
 
# Eddy's favorite version * Song Charted  /  + Also issued in Video
 

 Glenda Comer's favorite Eddy Arnold songs

Sweet Bunch of Daisies Happy Everything Snowfall Here Comes Heaven
This World of Ours If I Had My Life to Live Over Here Comes the Rain, Baby I'm the South

 


Songs Eddy spoke about often...

                                 Song                                                          Comments
Mommy Please Stay Home With Me

Eddy often declared this was the first song he recorded. He called it a morbid song. 

Bluebird label 12/4/1944  78 RPM 33-0520

Cattle Call      1949 version Eddy's favorite version. He recorded it for the 1949 movie Feudin' Rhythm.
Cattle Call      1955 version Recorded with Hugo Winterhalalter's Orchestra and Chorus. This song also Charted. 
Cattle Call      1999 version Duet with LeAnn Rimes.  Song also Charted. Released in Video also.
You Don't Know Me Eddy co-wrote this song with Cindy Walker. He recorded it five times. Plugged it often. 
Sweey Bunch of Daisies Eddy recorded this song for his Mother. It was her favorite song.
The Valley Below Eddy was certain this song would Chart. It did not.
That's How Much I Love You This song was Eddy's first big hit.
Make the World G0 Away Big hit both International and Domestic.
Out of the Blue  
To Life  

 


Fans:: The Album "A Man for All Seasons" is now posted on the following link:
 
WWW.EDDY-ARNOLD.COM
 

PLAY SONGS BY CLICKING ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:
 
WWW.EDDY-ARNOLD.COM
 
THIS WILL PLACE YOU ON THE WEBSITE "EDDY ARNOLD 2.0."
Then scroll down to and click on "EDDY ARNOLLD'S MUSIC."

 
    Reviews of Eddy Arnold Albums      
ALBUM LABEL FORMAT NUMBER DATE REVIEWER
TEARS BROKE OUT ON ME BEAR FAMILY CD 17205 2011 Ken Kelly. Jr.
AFTER ALL THESE YEARS RCA CD 82876-70710-2 2005 Various
 
 

 
                        
 
 
To Play Videos and Radio Shows Click on the Following Link: 
 
WWW.EDDY-ARNOLD.COM
 
 

POSTINGS FROM EDDY ARNOLD FANS
 
 

Eddy Arnold Discography
 
 
 
Some long-forgotten reporter quoted Eddy Arnold's aspirations decades ago in a newspaper that's now tattered and yellowed with time: "When I finally put my guitar in the case the last time, I want to be remembered just as a singer, not aemailuntry singer or pops singer---just a singer." His journey over many years and musical styles tells the story. Eddy Arnold accomplished his goal.
(Michael Streissguth's biography/ Eddy Arnold: Pioneer Of The Nashville Sound). (Available in both Hardback and Paperback covers)
 
Hardback                                    Paperback 
 

The only way to do great work is to love what you do.   Steve Jobs 


                

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(The following narrative is a story of a young boy who loved his Family, his God, his Church and Eddy Arnold)

"LEE'S LOVE FOR EDDY"

The authors, Jan and Anthony Howse, have written a book about the above subject which is available at Barnes & Noble and other local book stores. The book is also available online. Check with Arthur House Publishers, Amazon and other online stores. The name of the book is "God Does No Wrong."       A message from the authors.   Read      

Anthony & Jan Howse introduces their newly released book Titled: "God Does No Wrong."

This book takes the reader through the true Life altering events a Young Christian Wife experienced. Death has already taken her husband and son Testing the very core Foundation of her Faith. What will the Outcome be as she must understand "God Does No Wrong."


 
Fans: R. Shannon Pollard, grandson of the late Eddy Arnold, and CEO of Plowboy Records announces
the issue of the following album:
 
 
        Plowboy Records, LLC   
 
To view video of Eddy Arnold's tribute CD titled You "Don't Know Me-Rediscovering Eddy Arnold" by various artists and issued by Plowboy Records visit Shannon's websites by clicking the following links:
 
www.eddyarnoldmusic.com

www.plowboyrecords.com

To visit the Facebook Official Eddy Arnold Website copy and paste the following link on the URL line of your browser  

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Official-Eddy-Arnold-Site/162885280408
 

17th ANNIVERSARY OF THIS WEBSITE          


    Gabriel Comer EDDY ARNOLD'S YOUNGEST FAN   

Madison Gott    A Young Lady Fan of Eddy Arnold  


Leo and Pierrette Beaulieu-Tribute to Eddy Arnold

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 If you are unable to play any audio or video file, or have difficulty with any links, please inform me via the Guest Book so I can repair the problem promptly. Visit the site frequently as I will continue adding new items for your enjoyment.    Bill Comer, Webmaster

 
Eddy's Lonely And Lonesome Songs (Closed to Update)
Posted for Don Stewart  

Eddy's Social Security Radio Shows
 
 
 
    New Eddy Arnold Tribute Album   
by Andy Lee Lang of  Vienna, Austria
       

 
                                                                                                           
  
        Sally, JoAnn and Eddy c1946                            Eddy                                    

If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.    Mark Twain 

Ten Songs That Touched My Heart By Eddy Arnold
By Mark Halstead          CLICK HERE       

 
ROBERTA EDGING, EDDY ARNOLD'S SECRETARY FOR OVER 40 YEARS, PASSED AWAY THE EVENING OF JANUARY 1, 2013.
SHE WILL BE MISSED BY HER FAMILY, THE ARNOLD FAMILY AND THE FANS OF EDDY.
GOD BLESS THIS LOVELY LADY!
Click the following link for additional details provided by R. Shannon Pollard
 
http://www.eddyarnoldmusic.com/community/2013/01/rest-in-peace-robert-edging-1925-2013/
ROBERTA EDGING
“ I appreciate the almost 43 years I spent with a gentleman, Eddy Arnold.”
(Roberta was Eddy's secretary/assistant for more than forty years)
 

 
COMMENTS FROM EDDY ARNOLD FANS AND ASSOCIATES
 

Hello Fans . If you are unable to play any audio or video file, or have difficulty with any links, please inform me via the Guest Book so I can repair the problem promptly. Visit the site frequently as I will continue adding new items for your enjoyment.    Bill Comer, Webmaster
 
 
The only way to have a friend is to be one.    Ralph Waldo Emerson

The following article was written in 2002 by the webmaster, Bill Comer.
CLICK HERE
      Send me your comments concerning the Kennedy Center Honors failure to honor Eddy via the Guest Book,     
Pro & Con comments are welcome and will be posted at your request.  
 
         
FANS: A MESSAGE FROM ED READ, A CLOSE FRIEND OF THE LATE EDDY ARNOLD  
CLICK HERE
This e-mail was posted on this site in 2002, but misplaced when I rearranged the website in April 2010. I am delighted that I rediscovered it.   Bill Comer, Webmaster  

 
 
A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory.  Author Unknowm 
 

 A FEW OF THE JOKES EDDY ENJOYED SHARING WITH HIS AUDIENCE
  
 Fans: If you remember a joke Eddy told at one of his concerts,  please place it in the Guest Book or e-mail it to billcomer@eddyarnold.com  and I will post it.   Bill Comer
                  

"If Eddy Arnold never sang a song he would still be a hero of mind. His infectious laugh and great personality made him special
beyond measure." Bill Shoop                      
 

 
Welcome Eddy Arnold Fans From The Webmaster, Bill Comer!
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   DEMISE OF EDDY AND SALLY ARNOLD     CLICK HERE

  
His memory will live forever as a giant in the music industry. What a common down to
earth southern gentleman. As the lyrics go in his song: "Can I Put You In a Love Song"---stealing people's hearts before they know what's going on !"      Stan Towers
 
                                                 Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.    Mark Twain
 

 
AWARDS AND HONORS BESTOWED ON EDDY ARNOLD
 

 
INTRODUCTION TO THIS WEBSITE      

    TRIVIA       
Eddy Arnold placed 147 Chart songs on Country Billboard. A number of these songs also Charted on the Pop Billboard.
Two songs Charted on the Pop Billboard that DID NOT chart on the Country Billboard. The first person to name these two songs will receive a prize from my Eddy Arnold Collection.
If you know the answer, please identify them on the Guest Book.
"Mutual Admiration Society" was named by Ruth McDonnell and the second song "I Wouldn't Know Where to Begin" was
identified by Dottie Vick. Click on the above songs to play them. Each lady received a prize from my Eddy Arnold Collection. Congratulations ladies!   Bill Comer 
 

Many thanks to my good friend, Don Stewart, who helps me, on a daily basis, to bring fans to this website. Don was the first fan to sign the Guestbook in 1998 and the first fan to sign the GB in 2010 when this website was reactivated. He also posted Guest Book entry #1000 on September 13, 2013. 

   Listen to Eddy Recording in the Studio and discussing the "Nashville Sound."
CLICK HERE     

 Linus Grieves

 
WEBSITE UPDATES  
 

Appreciation makes people feel more important than almost anything you can give them.    Author unknown

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Quotes From EddyArnold Fans
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A NEW HONOR FOR EDDY ARNOLD
CLICK HERE  


 PHOTOGRAPHS OF EDDY
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Who angers you, controls you.   Author unknown 
 


Eddy Arnold Honored by Belmont University in Nashville
CLICK HERE  

PARADE, THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE, SLIGHTS EDDY ARNOLD
CLICK HERE
 

PHOTO OF BILL COMER AND HIS "BOSS" GLENDA COMER
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MISSION STATEMENT
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Eddy Arnold Becomes Dr. Richard (Eddy) Arnold
CLICK HERE ,
 

Don't worry about today because when tomorrow comes, today will be yesterday.  Author unknown
 

Remarks Eddy Made At Chet Atkins' Funeral
CLICK HERE
 


Fans, Please Tell Us Why You Like Eddy
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PHOTOGRAPH OF EDDY ARNOLD IN CONCERT
CLICK HERE
 
  
      

Eddy Arnold Receives The National Medal Award From President Bill Clinton    

Articles/Books Written By Michael Streissguth

Eddy Arnold Retires

Photographs Related To Eddy Arnold's Final Public Appearance

Biographical Information On Eddy Arnold

Country Music Hall Of Fame Plaque

FAMOUS FACES, INC.

Country Music Magazine Slights Eddy Arnold   

Bear Family Box Set

Eddy Arnold Related Books

Eddy Arnold Movies

Eddy Arnold Videos

Eddy Arnold Article From The Jolson Journal

Article: A Brilliant Biography   

Article: Press Release On Pee Wee King   

www.eddy-arnold.com

Memorabilia, From My Collection

Additional Country Western Items

Links To Web Sites  



Please send any comments, suggestions or criticism to
Bill Comer in Orlando, Florida at:  Bill830@aol.com
  or   billcomer@eddyarnold.com  

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Courtesy of Robert G. Comer
The above photograph was taken at
The Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 16,
1999, at Eddy's final concert. He had just
completed his last song at this concert.
(This photo appears in the liner notes of the compact disc, Seven Decades of Hits)

   (Image Courtesy of Frank C. Anderson)