This is the second installment in our two-part series saluting the final 45 years in the six-decade career of one of the most prolific recording artists in rock, pop, country, and even religious music history – Glen Campbell.
When he lost his weekly network television show, and his record sales went down, he never let up. His perseverance paid off with a major career revival that included musical connections with Neil Diamond and Tanya Tucker, as well as major motion picture roles alongside roles alongside Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood.
We’ll cover his successful battle against substance abuse, and the Grammy-award winning song he recorded that chronicled his determination to deal with Alzheimer’s disease.
And continuing from where we left off in 1971 on part one of our two-part Glen Campbell rockumentary, we’ll cover every single he placed on the rock, pop, and country charts, as well as the original versions of those songs that inspired his hit remakes.