Singer, songwriter and actor, Glen Campbell publicly announced he was stricken with Alzheimer’s disease in June, 2011.
Campbell admitted he had been diagnosed six months before his courageous announcement.
An active and successful performer since 1958, Campbell was accomplished in vocals, guitar, banjo, bass and the bagpipes. Campbell’s unfortunate Alzheimer’s diagnosis prompted a determination to utilize his many talents until he was no longer able to, by recording what was to have been his final record and then going on tour.
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