rom the fields of West Tennessee to the recording studios of Nashville to TV screens nationwide; from roadhouse honky tonks to the Grand Ole Opry to Carnegie Hall – Eddy Arnold changed the face – and the sound – of popular music forever. Early hits like "That's How Much I Love You" and "Cattle Call" were cornerstones of the fledgling country music genre as far back as the 1940s. In the mid-'60s, Arnold redefined his music, and the entire country genre, with pioneering "countrypolitan" recordings like "Make The World Go Away" and "Welcome To My World." This site is dedicated to his unimpeachable artistry and his incredible seven-decade career. This is Eddy Arnold. Welcome to his world.