KWKH legend Glen Campbell is kicking off his "The Goodbye Tour" in Dublin, Ireland November 19th.  It's Campbell's  farewell tour, which will take him to Bossier City,  where he has a concert planned at DiamondJacks Casino and Resort in Bossier City. 

The Bossier City show is set for Saturday,  January  14th at 8 pm.  Campbell, 75, is on his final tour since being diagnosed last summer with Alzheimer's.  He talk about it in an exclusive interview with People magazine in June.

 

According to the article, Campbell has suffered from short-term memory loss for years, but only recently was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

He told the magazine he still loves making music,  performing for his  fans,  and he thanked them for sticking with me through the good times and bad.

Campbell received a Grammy Award for "Rhinestone Cowboy," which was released in 1975.

Vince Gill,  Brad Paisley, and Keith Urban paid tribute to the legend at the 45th Annual CMA's  show on Nov. 9th.

His "The Goodbye Tour" will take him to venues in the United Kingdom, Nashville, TN.,  Branson, Mo., Houston, TX., and Bossier City, among other cities.

Campbell has a new critically acclaimed album out entitled, "Ghost on the Canvas."  In fact you can download an mp3 of the title cut from his website,   http://glencampbellmusic.com/cma-tribute-to-glen-campbell/

Here's the YouTube video of  "Ghost on the Canvas: