Blues Musician. He is often described as being one of the greatest bluesmen to come about in the period following the Great Depression, Born in the town of Lovejoy, Georgia, as a young man he left the south and settled in Buffalo, New York, where he began playing local venues. In 1929, Arnold settled in Chicago, Illinois and was soon recording for the Victor Record label and then later for Decca Records. He toured extensively during the 1930's as a blues guitarist, making numerous appearances in both New York City and Chicago. By the 1940's, Arnold's music career stalled, and he was forced to work outside of the music industry. In 1962, he made a musical comeback and continued performing until his death from a heart attack in 1968.
Bio by: Midnight Believer