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This week in country music: 1966 Buck Owens

KFVS
The song was written by Seeley's husband Hank Cochran who had also written I Fall to Pieces for Patsy Cline and Make the World Go Away by Eddy Arnold. It went on to become a country standard but when it was released it was very unusual for a woman in ...

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Band pays tribute to co-founder Bubba Mac in Brigantine

Shore News Today
... by “Kansas City,” “Miss New Orleans,” a song Baker wrote called “I Got the Blues,” a number from the 1920s sung by London called “Trouble in Mind,” and Baker's rendition of the country-pop hit “Make the World Go Away” made famous by Eddy Arnold.

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RCA Studio B Will Celebrate 60th Anniversary With Special Events and Performances

CMT.com
Located on Music Row, the studio was once the recording home of country and pop music legends such as Chet Atkins, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Charley Pride, Eddy Arnold, Bobby Bare, Floyd Cramer, the Everly Brothers, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, ...

1967 CMAs Entertainer Of The Year Winner Eddy Arnold News

Sound Advice: Blackfoot Gypsies with Wild Adriatic (July 20)

Cincinnati CityBeat (blog)
Early in 2015, the band signed a contract with Plowboy Records, co-founded by Eddy Arnold's grandson Shannon Pollard. The Gypsies' first release for the label, Handle It, came out four months later and showcased its newly expanded presentation, with ...

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