Eddy arnold and his guitar western jubilee iv - Eddy Arnold, 89, Country Singer With Pop Luster, Dies.


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A brilliant crossover artist, Eddy Arnold had a golden voice that seamlessly drifted between forceful storytelling and easy-listening crooning on several decades of hits like 1947's "I'll Hold You in My Heart" and 1965's "Make the World Go Away." More remarkable, he got onto the pop charts with more traditional twangy and galloping tunes like 1948's "Bouquet of Roses," 1959's "Tennessee Stud" and 1966's "The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me," the last of which charted at a time when rock's British Invasion was in full effect. The singer – known as the "Tennessee Plowboy," because he was a farmhand on his sharecropper father's estate – learned guitar from his mother and made his radio debut in 1936, leading to a record deal in 1944 that launched a career of hits spanning seven decades. His last, "To Life," made it to Number 49 on the country chart in 2008, the year he died. "I'm a Heinz 57 singer," he once said, according to Country Music: The Encyclopedia . "I sing many different kinds of songs, which mean something different to many different kinds of people." Kory Grow


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