source: amazon.com He was a global star for his exceptional talents, particularly with his superb guitar-playing skills. In his Hollywood heydays, he was the face and one of the biggest names in entertainment. On the flipside, he once again became ...

Before we listen to the top ten of Glen Campbell’s best songs, let us take a look at his journey to success. The Young Glen Campbell Glen Campbell was born in 1936, at Billstown, Arkansas. Growing up from a low-income ...

www.youtube.com In June 2011 Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. If you must know Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia that will affect the memory and thinking of a person. However, Campbell didn’t immediately stop his work after finding ...

It should not already come as a surprise that one of the greatest singers to have ever graced the country music scene was Glen Campbell. This 81-year-old, who passed away in 2017, was a multi-faceted artist. In fact, he was ...

Ever since the late country star Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, his family, especially his wife, Kim Campbell had become his primary caregiver and decision-maker. It was indeed a huge shift in their day-to-day lives and likewise an even ...

Have you heard Glen Campbell’s version of “What a Friend We Have in Jesus?” If you haven’t, you must certainly do. His voice perfectly brings much emotion to the song. In addition, Campbell who is a firm believer in Jesus ...

Country legend Dolly Parton paid a heartfelt tribute to “Rhinestone Cowboy,” Glen Campbell, following his demise at the age of 81. Glen Campbell, a nine-time Grammy winner, best known for his hit “Rhinestone Cowboy” and a Wichita Lineman, passed away ...

Glen Campbell, 2011 Interview This might be a cliché but if music can save a life, only a Glen Campbell could pull off a final album while suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Indeed, August 8 told us that Glen Campbell already ...

When Glen Campbell released “Southern Nights” forty-five years ago off the album of the same name, fans were straight away taken by the infectious country song. With Campbell’s unique guitar lick, the song reached No. 1 on three different US ...

The song “Galveston” was written by songwriter Jimmy Webb, who also wrote Campbell’s hits “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” and “Wichita Lineman.” The song was popularized by country icon Glen Campbell who recorded it with the instrumental backing of ...

“Jesus and Me” was written and performed by the country legend singer Glen Campbell. Campbell’s faith and love towards Jesus is not a new thing to the public. He likes to thank God by expressing it through his music. The ...

“Southern Nights” was that song which earned Glen Campbell his fifth and final No. 1 hit on the country chart. Amazingly, the song did not top just one music chart but three in the U.S. That probably made the singer’s ...