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Glen Campbell may tour

Sunday, September 21, 2008 – Glen Campbell may tour next year in support of his just released covers disc. Following Campbell's appearance Saturday night at the Americana Music Association Convention at which he played five songs, his producer guitarist Julian Raymond said Sunday that they were considering dates in early 2009 in the northeast.

Both Campbell and Raymond were genuinely pleased in comments made Sunday with the reception that they received from an enthusiastic crowd the previous evening. During the show, Campbell played his version of Green Day's Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) for the first time.


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CD review - Sings for the King At first glance it may seem an unlikely connection, that which tied Glen Campbell, the so-called Rhinestone Cowboy, with the undisputed King of Rock & Roll, Elvis Presley. Nevertheless, it was a relationship that spawned several years, mostly during Elvis' lean period in the mid '60s and Campbell's tenure as part of that famed studio ensemble, the Wrecking Crew. As the decade wore on, both men accelerated in prominence, Elvis via his 1968 televised comeback special and Campbell ...
CD review - British Live Performance Glen Campbell was in fine voice for this 1990 Doncaster, England concert that features strong performances of many of his classic hits and some rare gems, but at times the collection feels a bit dated by the presence of unmemorable tracks from his current album at the time. Campbell's association with songwriter Jim Webb is celebrated nicely not only with megahits "Galveston," "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" and "Wichita Lineman," but one of the highlights is a ...


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