Arnold Parker's first rock and roll record, "Find a New Woman," was recorded in Houston in 1956 and solidified his future induction into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Later that year, Arnold took a job as a disc jockey in El Campo, TX, appeared on the Louisiana Hayride several times with the Southernaires, and in February of 1957, Arnold literally found a new woman. Arnold left the Southernaires three months later to focus on his family but continued to sing at local shows throughout the '60s and made six more records for the Sarg label. After spending nearly 30 years without playing music, Arnold picked it his guitar in the early 2000s and began playing country opry shows throughout Texas. In 2017, he and his wife Jeanette celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary, and the following year Arnold was inducted into America's Old-Time Country Music Hall of Fame in Anita, IA.