When Glen Campbell announced his Alzheimer’s diagnosis last year, it was a reminder of the fragility of the human condition and our short time here on Earth. His honesty of his condition, and his decision to bid farewell to his fans with a final album, are an inspiration to countless fans young and old.

Glen Campbell and his band did an excellent concert Saturday night at Diamond Jacks in Bossier City, La. He did all of his big hits like 'Gentle On My Mind', By The Time I Get To Phoenix, and 'Rhinestone Cowboy' which the audience all sang on the chorus.

His band consisted of three of  his children who play guitar, banjo, keyboards and drums and are all excellent vocalists. You can see them in the Photo Gallery below.

Glen is in the Top 10 again!! USA Today has named Ghost On The Canvas the #6 album in their yearly roundup of the years best music! It also made their critics’s picks for top albums in 2011 as well!

Watch Glen Campbell perform Witchita Lineman live.


Watch the official 'Ghost on the Canvas' video.



Watch Glen Campbell Perform A Better Place

Campbell treated the audience to a blend of songs from the brand new ‘Ghost on the Canvas,’ saying, “the songs actually speak for themselves. All I thought about was ‘sing it in tune with feeling.’ I don’t want it loud, I don’t want it soft, I just want it nice and comfortable because if you get the feeling out of a song, you’ve won the war. I’ve had that happen on occasions where it all just fell in place. Amazing. Everything sounds so good. It’s just like you’re in a room with somebody.”


Glen Campbell on His Recent Alzheimer's Diagnosis