Glen Campbell
Born: April 22, 1936
Died: August 8, 2017
Billstown, Arkansas

Biography:
Glen Campbell, American
pop-country singer, best
known for a series of hits in
the 1960's and 1970's, as
well as hosting a television
variety show. He appeared
in movies "True Grit" and
"Norwood", and had an
autobiography called
"Rhinestone Cowboy".
Campbell and Tanya Tucker  
had a well publicized
romantic relationship.

Songs Include:
By The Time I Get To
Phoenix, Witchita Lineman,
Galveston, Where's The
Playground Susie, Gentle On
My Mind, Rhinestone
Cowboy, Southern Nights

Network TV Shows:
1969-1972:
The Glen Campbell
Goodtime Hour

1982-1983:
The Glen Campbell Show

Bands:
Glen Campbell played with
the Beach Boys in
1965 for 8 month's following
Brian Wilson's departure

Session Work with:
Frank Sinatra, Rick Nelson
Johnny Cash, Dean Martin
Mama's and Papa's, Gene
Clark & many others

Glen Campbell Update:
In June 2011, Campbell
announced that he had been
diagnosed with Alzheimer's
disease six months earlier.
He had been suffering from
short-term memory loss for
years. He went on a final
"Goodbye Tour", with three
of his children joining him in
his backup band; his last
show was on November 30,
2012 in Napa, California.
Campbell sang
"Rhinestone Cowboy" as a
goodbye at the 2012
Grammy Awards which was
held on February 12, 2012.
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