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  3. John Woodside
    30 April 13, 8:32pm
    I’ve learned all your tunes since the good time hour. I’ve played your guitar parts my whole life. You and Jimmy Webb know how to melt together. Your influence as a guitarist, and the arrangements for me have been instrumental, I take the, with me in each song I play. Thank you and I hope to meet you some day.
  4. TheFritoPundito
    04 August 12, 9:10am
    When I was 10 I saved up my money and bought the Galveston album by Glen Campbell. I was about to play it when i dropped in on the floor and the vinyl shattered. I cried for hours. That was how much Glen meant to me.
  5. Lpavlinic
    28 July 12, 8:45pm
    Thanks so much for a lifetime of music! We just saw your concert in Springfield,MO and the thing we loved the most was the way your children helped you and care about you! It is such a wonderful and refreshing example for the younger people! We have been singing and listening to your music since we were their ages, and we love that they will carry on the tradition! You are in our prayers! From Lorna and Andy Pavlinic
  6. Fran1
    09 April 12, 3:13pm
    My grandpa, C.D. Cameron, who was a brother to your grandma, was an extremely hard worker. He said, “many times”, “I hope I die, standing on my feet”, “working”! He did just that! When he was 83, he died, while picking cotton, at Portageville, MO. He was a very quiet, gentle, christian man. We loved him, so much. He was an elder, in The Church, for many, many years. Our Scottish heritage, and our country up-bringing shows. We love our relatives, and see those same traits in you. Take care, and God Speed! Love to you, and yours.
  7. David5671
    07 April 12, 5:33pm
    I am 39 yrs old and i am so thankful for Glenn Campbell. My grandmother passed with Altzheimers. I have the greatest hits of you. I love it! It has been a part of my music heritage. Thank you so much for giving my generation your music. I found your CD at a local multicicultural festival. I have always been an avid fan. It seems that all the good ones (like my daughter) don’t know who you are. I will make sure they do. There is no one like you! Thank you for all your music, I could not live without it. God bless and take care. What will we do without you!

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    27 March 12, 6:38pm
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  9. Debbie
    05 March 12, 7:32am
    We saw Geln Campbell and his wonderful band last night in Lewiston, Idaho. It was a great experience not just for the music, but also to watch how the group all worked together and enjoyed playing music together. Wow!! Who’d have ever thought that we get to see such a wonderful performer so up close and personal!!
  10. tania
    24 January 12, 8:55pm
    are you ever coming to australia ??? tania
  11. ws
    19 January 12, 10:16am
    As an early Christmas present to my father, I took him to the November 30 show at the Ryman in Nashville. Dads are never easy to by presents for, so when I bought tickets as soon as they were available. I remember listening to Glen Campbell records growing up, and I knew that Dad really liked his music. I’m now in my late 40’s and I find myself listening more and more to the music I grew up with. Glen Campbell’s music is in my favorites playlist on my iPod.
    The concert was great. Glen’s music was as good as ever, his voice was as clear as it was 30+ years ago. The best part of the night was being able to look over and watch my dad smile as he enjoyed the concert. The music brought back fond memories for him, and on the 30 minute ride home he couldn’t stop talking about the show. And in the almost 2 months since the show, he thanks me for getting the tickets every time we talk.
    They say it’s better to give than receive. I’ll have to say that this gift to my father made me feel as good, if not better, than it made him fell. It’s a memory that will stay with me the rest of my life. Thanks, Glen, for sharing your gift with us!

    • Art
      05 February 12, 6:41am
      What a wonderful post. that’s awesome that you could connect with your Dsd more via Gen Campbell. Wow, I wish I could have fone to the Nashville while he was there. I just praying that I’ll be able to catch a show soon before her retires from performing all together.
      I, like you grew up with Glen”s music and the older I get, the more Ilisten, I wish Glen and his famly comfort and strength and was to thank him for making my life a little easier.

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