Glen Campbell deserves more respect

I watched most of the new Glen Campbell biography "I'll Be Me" over the weekend, and I'm dumbfounded that Glen didn't receive an EOTY nomination for his farewell tour. We GIVE George Strait (able-bodied and healthy) the award, but because Glen was absent from the radio for a few years we ignore the fact that he was touring while fighting ‪Alzheimer‬'s. I had no idea that it had progressed as far as it did before the tour started. What he pulled off will forever go unparalleled. 

"I'll Be Me" hits theaters on October 24th. Find out where.

CLICK HERE TO HEAR MY INTERVIEW WITH GLEN'S WIFE, DAUGHTER, DIRECTOR, AND PRODUCER

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