The legendary country music legend Glen Campbell died of the death of the artist’s family on August 8, according to local time.
“With a heavy heart, we must painfully announce that our beloved husband, our beloved father, dad – the legendary guitarist and singer Glen Travis Campbell – is gone forever,” CNN quoted. the words of the family singer Glen Campbell.
Glen Campbell died at age 81 in Nashville, Tennessee, after years of dementia.
Campbell is known as one of America’s most influential country music performers from the mid-1960s to the late 1980s with hits such as Gentle on My Mind, Rhinestone Cowboy, By The Time I Get to Phoenix, Wichita Lineman, Galveston, Southern Nights and The Hand That Rocks the Cradle.
The artist won four Grammy Awards for both pop and country music in 1968.
Glen Campbell was born in 81
Glen Travis Campbell was born on April 22, 1936 in Delight, Arkansas.
In addition to being a solo singer, Glen Campbell is also known as a musician, guitarist, actor and host.
The artists have participated in 13 films with different genres and received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Newcomer category for True Grit.
The film’s title track also helped Glen Campbell nominated for Best Soundtrack Oscars. He was named in the Country Hall of Fame in 2005.