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Glen Campbell’s Family Shares Heartbreaking Update Regarding His Alzheimer’s Battle

The iconic Glen Campbell has contributed to country music in lasting ways, and his presence in the industry (since 1958) will never be forgotten. However, the singer is battling Alzheimer's, and now more than ever, his family needs to remember the good memories -- because each day is a struggle. 

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Is the New Zac Brown Band Song Just an Old Glen Campbell Song? [POLL]

Nashville Kat says there was a controversy at last night's CMT Music Awards show. Many people who heard the new Zac Brown Band song 'The Wind' thought it sounded disturbingly like the Glen Campbell song 'Gentle On My Mind'.

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Blake Shelton + the Band Perry Lead Celebration of Glen Campbell at 2012 Grammy Awards

As Glen Campbell took the stage at the 2012 Grammy Awards on Sunday night, more than a few fans and friends in the audience looked nervous, not sure how the country legend would do during a celebration of his life and career. Halfway through his song ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ however, everyone breathed more than a sigh of relief. In fact, they were dancing in the aisles — literally.

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Vince Gill, Keith Urban + Brad Paisley Honor Glen Campbell at 2011 CMA Awards

Today’s country music wouldn’t be what it is without the iconic stars that led the way, like Glen Campbell, who changed the face of the industry with a string of Top 10 hits in the 1960s and ’70s. Realizing his greatness, Vince Gill, Keith Urban and Brad Paisley took the stage at the 2011 CMA Awards to honor the legend, who announced in June that he’s been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Glen Campbell: I Have Alzheimer’s Disease

In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE (via Taste of Country), Grammy-winning country legend Glen Campbell has revealed he has Alzheimer’s Disease.

The 75-year-old ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ singer and his wife, Kim, say they are going public with his disease now because “he’s hoping to say farewell with a final slate of live performances this fall – and they want his fans to be aware of the musician’s condition.”

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Classic Country Comes to the Paramount

Glen Campbell, Don Williams, Marty Stuart and lee Greenwood are making the Paramount Theatre in downtown St. Cloud a classic country mecca this summer!

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