'RHINESTONE COWBOY' SINGER GLEN CAMPBELL DIES AT 81

Aug 08, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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Glen Campbell has died more than six years after revealing he’d been diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer’s, although no cause was immediately given.
He was 81.
(Reuters / Phil McCarten / File Photo 2008)
The grinning entertainer, who sold over 45-million records, died Tuesday morning in Nashville.
Campbell was everywhere in the late 1960s and well into the 1970s.
He won five Grammys, had a dozen gold albums and 75 chart hits, including ‘Southern Nights,’ and ‘Rhinestone Cowboy,’ which went to the top in 1975.
In his autobiography, ‘Rhinestone Cowboy,’ Campbell wrote ”I thought it was my autobiography set to song.” 
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