Earlier this month, Campbell announced that a documentary of his last shows and battle would Alzheimer’s would debut on October 24th in theaters.
Filmmaker James Keach has documented every moment – good and bad. The documentary encompasses 151 shows with 1300 hours of footage, and features superstars like Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, and Keith Urban. In the documentary, Campbell talks about his battles with substance abuse and his diagnoses with Alzheimer’s.
Recently, Campbell’s daughter Debby talked about her father, who has been in an assisted living facility in Nashville for several months. Debby wishes he was at home, being cared for by his loved ones.
Though the Rhinestone Cowboy’s days in the sun are setting, those who grew up with Glen Campbell, can’t help but smile.
Take a moment to remember, reminisce, and reflect on the remarkable journey that has made Glen Campbell one of the most beloved country music performers of all time.
You can see a special video trailer of the documentary, shared from the Glen Campbell Music website.
In the trailer, Campbell says “I ain’t done yet.”
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