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Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me (19-Apr-2014)

Director: James Keach

Keywords: Music Documentary, Country Music, Biography

Musical documentary follows an ailing Glen Campbell's farewell tour.

ABSTRACT
Glen Campbell, renowned musician famous for time spent at the top of the country and pop charts on the back of such hits as Rhinestone Cowboy, embarked on a sullen "Goodbye Tour" with wife Kim at his side after sharing his diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease with the public in 2011. Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me is an emotional documentary examining Campbell's struggles with his mortality, bond with Kim, and the tour itself, which grew from a limited engagement into a long-running spectacle due to unprecedented demand.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Glen Campbell
Country Musician
22-Apr-1936   Rhinestone Cowboy
Bill Clinton
Head of State
19-Aug-1946   42nd US President, 1993-2001
Sheryl Crow
Singer
11-Feb-1962   All I Wanna Do
The Edge
Guitarist
8-Aug-1961   Guitarist for U2
Jay Leno
Talk Show Host
28-Apr-1950   The Tonight Show
Paul McCartney
Musician
18-Jun-1942   Beatle
Brad Paisley
Country Musician
28-Oct-1972   Mud on the Tires
Blake Shelton
Country Musician
18-Jun-1976   Austin
Chad Smith
Drummer
25-Oct-1961   Drummer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Bruce Springsteen
Musician
23-Sep-1949   The Boss
Keith Urban
Country Musician
26-Oct-1967   Country crooner
Jimmy Webb
Songwriter
15-Aug-1946   Up, Up, and Away!

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