Arnold Parker took 40 years to become discovered by audiences very much beyond the orbit of his indigenous Tx and adjoining regions. He was a Texas-based nation artist who began singing like a boy, in the home and later on in chapel in the past due ’30s. He became a member of the group the Southernaires as their vocalist in 1953, at age group 17, and in the beginning began documenting on Charlie Rich’s Sarg Information. Parker and organization jumped to Starday in 1956, where they documented a rockabilly-style solitary called “Look for a New Female.” He by no means charted at that time — although record, issued around the local Dixie Information imprint, do surface area in 1999 on Ace Information’ Starday-Dixie Rockabilly, Vol. 1 — however the group do make it to the Louisiana Hayride, where they made an appearance on a single expenses with Elvis Presley. In the first ’60s, Parker and business lead guitarist/vocalist Ken Williams come up with a band known as the Mustangs and liked considerable success being a executing group in Tx and the encompassing states, and documented for the Sarg label in to the early ’70s. Parker retired from music in 1973. In the past due ’90s, towards the astonishment and joy of the today 63-year-old Parker, “Look for a New Girl” began arriving on some radio place play lists and obtaining heard in European countries due to the Ace Information Starday-Dixie Rockabilly, Vol. 1 Compact disc.