Glen Campbell Collection Celebrates Grammy Legend
In 1962, the first album by accomplished session guitarist and future pop-country superstar Glen Campbell was released. 'Big Bluegrass Special,' credited to the Green River Boys and Glen Campbell, featured 'Kentucky Means Paradise' and introduced the musician to a wider audience, although his real breakthrough would come five years later with the Grammy-winning album and single, 'Gentle on My Mind
Glen Campbell to Be Honored by Brad, Keith & Vince at CMAs
This year's CMA Awards telecast will feature three guitar slingers honoring a legendary picker. Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Brad Paisley will team up with previous CMA Entertainers of the Year Vince Gill and Keith Urban to pay tribute to Country Music Hall of Famer and former CMA Entertainer of the Year Glen Campbell, as part of the star-studded ceremony...
Glen Campbell Plays for New Friends and an Old Flame
Glen Campbell made a rare appearance in Nashville last week to perform for an invited audience in an intimate setting -- the downtown studios of Sirius XM satellite radio. The 75-year-old, backed by a band that includes three of his children, introduced tracks from his critically-acclaimed 'Ghost on the Canvas,' released August 30, and also treated attendees to his chart-topping crossover smash, '
Glen Campbell Opens Up About Battle With Alzheimer’s
Glen Campbell is opening up about being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, something that certainly has not robbed the legendary performer of his sense of humor. The singer of iconic hits including 'Rhinestone Cowboy,' 'By the Time I Get to Phoenix' and 'Wichita Lineman,' along with his wife of nearly 30 years, Kim Woollen, spoke with ABC's Terry Moran for a segment on tonight's 'World News with
Glen Campbell Reveals Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease
Music legend Glen Campbell has announced he's suffering from Alzheimer's disease. The 75-year-old singer of such country classics as 'Rhinestone Cowboy' and 'Wichita Lineman' got the diagnosis about six months ago, though he's been experiencing short-term memory loss for several years now...
Glen Campbell Plans Final Album, Farewell Tour
The Rhinestone Cowboy is calling it quits. Glen Campbell, one of the most successful pop-country crossover acts of the '60s and '70s, is reportedly ready to tip his hat and bid fans farewell this summer. The singer, whose classic hits include 'Gentle on My Mind,' 'Wichita Lineman' and 'Rhinestone Cowboy,' is putting the finishing touches on his final studio album, titled 'Ghost on the Canvas,' acc

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