Oral history interview with Eddy Arnold; 2000 September 12; interview conducted by John W. Rumble. 2000 Sept. 12.

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Arnold, Eddy, 1918-2008,. Oral history interview with Eddy Arnold; 2000 September 12; interview conducted by John W. Rumble.

Oral history interview with Eddy Arnold; 2000 September 12; interview conducted by John W. Rumble. 2000 Sept. 12.

Veteran country music performer Eddy Arnold discusses some of the major milestones in his career. Discussion includes his childhood during the Depression; the singing style of Vernon Dalhart, Gene Autry, and Jimmie Rodgers; the start of his music career; how he joined Pee Wee King; traveling with the Camel Caravan; working with WSM general manager Harry Stone and his first record contract; his first recording session; working with Steve Sholes; working with manager Tom Parker; and his early television work.

3 sound cassettes (2 hours, 44 minutes)

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Arnold, Eddy, 1918-2008

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Country music performer. Born May 15, 1918. Career active 1940s-1980s. Joined Pee Wee King's Golden West Cowboys as a featured singer in 1940. Began a solo career in 1943. Career record sales number in the millions. Notable hits include "Bouquet of Roses" (1948), "Cattle Call" (1955), "What's He Doing in My World" (1965), and "Make the World Go Away" (1965). Member, Country Music Hall of Fame. From the description of Oral history interview with Eddy Arnold; 2000 September 12; intervi...