We are very pleased to see the amazing outpouring of love for the Campbells as a result of “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” film, which documented Surfdog’s “Ghost On The Canvas” campaign and tour, and Glen and his family’s candor and bravery in dealing with his disease.
The documentary detailing Glen’s battle with Alzheimer’s touched the hearts of over 2.76 million viewers on Sunday, which makes it the most-watched CNN Films broadcast in the franchise’s history! Read more HERE. If you didn’t catch it, watch on Friday, July 3rd at 9 pm ET/6 PT on HLN or Saturday, July 4th at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT on CNN.
I visited my friend Glen Campbell Wednesday in Nashville. Laura and Kim Campbell were there as well. You may be aware that Glen has bravely been living with Alzheimer’s Disease. Along with his strong and courageous wife, they have changed the face of Alzheimer’s forever. The world watched as Glen traveled from city to city, to continue doing what he loves to do: perform and share his music. Doctors were amazed at how the music and activity appeared to slow … Read the rest
The documentary that chronicles Glen Campbell’s battle with Alzheimer’s during his 2012 “Goodbye Tour,” titled “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me,” will be airing on CNN on Sunday, June 28th at 9pm ET.
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Big news for Glen Campbell who recently received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song for “I’m Not Gonna Miss You.” The 2014 single was featured in his documentary, Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me which chronicles his diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease during his ‘Goodbye Tour,’ in support of his album “Ghost On The Canvas.”
The new documentary “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” follows Glen Campbell’s three year battle with Alzheimer’s and is documented by award winning filmmaker, James Keach. The documentary premiers October 24th.