John Oates and his band play a song first recorded in 1924 by Emmet Miller, and made popular in the 1940s by Eddy Arnold.
June 23, 2018
John Oates joined us in the 615 Sessions, D'Addario's showcase at Folk Alliance International 2018, to perform “Anytime.” Oates was accompanied by his band, including Guthrie Trapp, Steve Mackey, and Josh Day. Oates recorded the song on his latest solo album, Arkansas, on which he digs into American roots music. “Anytime” was originally recorded in 1924 by Emmett Miller and popularized by country star Eddy Arnold in the 1940s.
Thank you to Folk Alliance, as well as our partners Cole Clark Guitars & AER Amps for helping to make this happen.
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