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Country Legend Glen Campbell Dies From Alzheimer's
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Multiple Grammy Award Winner

Music was Campbell’s life since he was a teenager. The son of a sharecropper from Delight, AR, he had 21 Top 40 hits, including two hitting No. 1, and six Top 20 albums, including the No. 1 Wichita Lineman. He also had 27 country Top 10 singles and nine country No. 1 albums.

His work earned him six Grammy Awards, the last just this year for Best Country Song for “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” which he co-wrote for the documentary about his Alzheimer’s battle. That song, the last one he ever recorded, also earned him his first Academy Award nomination this year. The lyrics include the poignant “I’m still here, but yet I’m gone.”

Campbell also won three Grammy Hall of Fame honors and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, seven Academy of Country Music Awards, three American Music Awards, two Country Music Association Awards, a 2005 Country Music Hall of Fame induction, and three Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. And in 1970, he was nominated for two Golden Globe awards, one for best actor in a television series, musical or comedy, for the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, and one for New Star of the Year, for co-starring with John Wayne in the film True Grit.

He had entered a full-time care facility in Nashville in March 2014, where, according to one news report, he could still sometimes play the guitar months later. Besides his wife, Kim, and their children, daughter Ashley and sons Cal and Shannon, Campbell, who was married four times, is survived by sons Travis, Kane, and Dillon and daughters Debby and Kelli.

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