Nelson Eddy was a formally trained baritone who is most often remembered for his movie partnership with singing actress Jeanette MacDonald, an association largely played out on the sound stages at MGM. Nonetheless, Eddy was a fine singer in his own right, with established credentials gained in legitimate opera, operetta, and recital before he ever appeared in the movies. In his spare time, Eddy was also a painter and sculptor, and before he decided to pursue singing as a full-time occupation, was interested in journalism and graphic arts. Born in Providence, RI, Nelson Eddy was, by his own admission, raised as a pampered "mama's boy." His singing in the local church choir gained notice, and when Eddy's mother relocated to Philadelphia in 1917, Eddy began to divide his time working at a local newspaper and taking lessons from legendary ...
Read Full Biography

Album Highlights

See Full Discography

Artists Moods

Artists Themes