Since this past April, singer Glen Campbell has been living in a special care facility due to advances in his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He had previously been living with his family, including his wife Kim, at his home in Nashville, but the task of caring for him had become too great for the family to handle alone.
Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease several years ago, country-pop legend Glen Campbell recently entered a specialized care facility. Now, according to a recent update from his Campbell’s wife Kim Campbell, the “Rhinestone Cowboy” singer’s once-stellar music skills are deteriorating.
Singer Glen Campbell, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease several years ago, was recently moved to a facility to better able to care for him. This weekend, his wife Kim reported that he is doing well in the new surroundings.
In 2011, singer Glen Campbell and his family made public the news that he’d been diagnosed with Alzhemier’s. Now the singer is moving into a special facility to receive additional care.
Known for his emotional piano ballads, Nail’s new album is less piano-based and more guitar-heavy than his previous two releases.
Singer, actor, and songwriter Chris Kristofferson recently admitted that he has been suffering from some pretty bad memory loss. In a recent interview with Fox news Kristofferson said a couple of years ago he noticed […]
Singer, songwriter, studio owner, music publisher: Considering how many aspects of the music business Tompall was involved with during his long career, it’s a wonder he’s not better known.
Glen Campbell’s, who’s been suffering with Alzheimer’s disease, has suspended his touring. Instead, the Rhinestone Cowboy will spend his 77th birthday in Washington as an advocate for Alzheimer’s research. The trip will include a fundraising […]
Jimmy Carter our Entertainment reporter gave us the latest news coming out of Hollywood and Nashville, the topics included, Zac Brown is number one, Glen Campbell not able to join Kenny Rogers, and Taylor Swift […]
Glen Campbell is forced to cancel Australian tour dates with Kenny Rogers. Speculations are that it is due to his progressing Alzheimer’s. Grab a kleenex and watch his just released video for “A Better Place.”