American country singer Glen Campbell (81) died
The American country singer Glen Campbell, at age 81 died. The musician, known for songs such as Rhinestone Cowboy, was suffering for some time from alzheimer’s.
Campbell won, especially in the sixties and seventies numerous awards for his work. It included American Music Awards and several Grammy’s.
The family of the singer made his death on his official website announced in a statement, which also has a video clip of the song Adiós of Campell to was linked to.
The American gave according to his biography at an early age showed musical talent. So he was already at the age of four, a guitar from his father, a poor farmer. Later he was taught by an uncle. Campbell began in his teens to earn money as a guitarist and sold during his life, eventually tens of millions of records.