Glen-Campbell-Obituary

Glen Campbell

Apr 22, 1936 – Aug 8, 2017 (Age 81)

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BORN
April 22, 1936
DIED
August 8, 2017
AGE
81

Obituary

Glen Campbell, the "Rhinestone Cowboy" country singer who charted 80 hit songs in a career that lasted more than half a century, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017, following a battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was 81. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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.. I miss you . your music will always be with us all. So pleased to have met you in the70´s - forever on my mind x

You are remembered and your legacy lives on in your music. Your trials are over now rest in peace.

Glenn loved all your music and your movies

Glenn Campbell was such a great singer. He will be missed by all his fans. Rest in Peace.

RIP Mr. Glen Campbell ✝
You cut so many good songs I dont know where to start. I enjoy, By the time I get to Phoenix and rhinestone cowboy and southern nights, to name a few. Me and family enjoyed your music and it took our minds off problems we faced in those tough times, of the 1960s and 1970s, by listening to good country music. Your music. Thanks for your contribution to American country music and thanks to the musicians, the entertainment support staff, who made it all possible and...

WE LOVE HIS MUSIC. AND THE MOVIE HE WAS IN TRUE GRIT.

In 1967 I was listening to the song Gentle on my Mind recorded by Glen Campbell & fell in love not only with the song but his clear voice. I became an instant fan & I also had the opportunity to speak with him live on a radio broadcast that same year. We instantly became very good friends for the next 50 years. I met him in person July 1969 performing with The Garden State Orchestra in New Jersey. It was there we had the opportunity to talk for close to an hour before he was to go on...

Wanted to send thoughts and prayers at this time. Loved his music and always will

It's been 2 yrs since you were given your wings in heaven. Since then my dad has died. Born in the same year 1936 . My dad was a big fan . I still miss you Glen