Glen Campbell Moved To Alzheimer’s Facility
Country music legend Glen Campbell has been moved into a facility for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. People.com reports Campbell was diagnosed with the condition three years ago. He was voted CMA Entertainer of the Year, and Male Vocalist of the year in 1968. Campbell’s career has spanned 50 years. He’s won 9 Grammy awards in both pop and country categories, and sold more than 45 million albums. Campbell was instrumental in the careers of Anne Murray, Mel Tillis, Jerry Reed, and Alan Jackson. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005. He hosted a weekly TV show, The Glen Campbell Good Time Hour for three years on CBS.