Glen Campbell will be on Here & Now on NPR, Friday, March 2!

Glen CampbellGlen Campbell will be on Here & Now on NPR! It airs today between noon and 12:30pm EST. Don’t miss it! For more information head on over to hereandnow.wbur.org.

Why don’t you read the article “Glen Campbell’s Long Goodbye”that has been posted at Here & Now’s site while you’re waiting for the show to air?



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  • Judy

    I was fortunate to get to see two of Glens shows, one in Clearwater and the show at Silver Springs in Ocala FL. One an intimate setting, the other outside with a lot of fans. I cried too, thinking it will probably be the last show I see. I have loved The Rhinestone Cowboys music for 40 some years. This guy still has a great voice and he loves his fans. I admire his courage and strength at his age and coping with alzheimers. We will long remember you Glen! You will always be my favorite! Your kids are amazing and kind like their dad. Thanks for all the memories over the years. You aren’t getting older, you’re getting better!

  • Cathy

    We just saw Glen’s wonderful Goodbye show in Silver Springs with 3 of his children. He was amazing and really in top voice and form. His vocals were wonderful and he hit all the notes perfectly. One of the highlights was when he played a banjo duet with his daughter of Dueling Banjos and all 100,000 people in the audiene clapped along. He made haunting tones of Wichita Lineman seem like a song about hanging on to life when he changed the very last line to ..”and the Wichita Lineman… is still doin fine …”, which brought a standing ovation from the crowd. Don’t miss this incrediblly talented artist on his last farewell tour. What a trooper he is at 75 to undertake this grueling tour schedule.