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  1. Kigaran Reply
    James Hugh Loden (May 1, – February 22, ), known professionally as Sonny James, was an American country music singer and songwriter best known for his hit, "Young Love". Dubbed the Southern Gentleman, James had 72 country and pop charted releases from to , including an unprecedented five-year streak of 16 straight.
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    Song information for Empty Arms - Sonny James on AllMusic. Song information for Empty Arms - Sonny James on AllMusic The Best of Sonny James [Curb] Curb: 20 All-Time Greatest Hits. Teevee Records:
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    "Empty Arms" is a song composed and first recorded by Ivory Joe Hunter which became an R&B hit in A cover version by Teresa Brewer became a hit for her that same year. The song was successfully revived with a single by Sonny James. "Empty Arms" was Sonny James' eighteenth number one on the country rock.coifynmeztijindgazan.infoinfo: Country.
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    Sonny James. After more than four years as a Capitol country artist, Sonny James needed a breakout hit. Not that his career was faltering – by fall , the youthful Alabama balladeer was seen regularly coast-to-coast on 'Ozark Jubilee,' ABC-TV's weekly country music showcase from Springfield, Missouri.
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    Explore releases from Sonny James at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Sonny James at the Discogs Marketplace.
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    INDUCTED: Sonny James. Sonny James enjoyed one of country music’s most successful careers. Between 19he scored an impressive seventy-two chart records, forty-three of which reached the Top Ten and twenty-three of which went to #1.
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    Sonny James was born on May 1, in Hackleburg, Alabama, USA as James Hugh Loden. He was married to Doris Shrode. He died on February 22, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.