Glen Campbell Dies After Lengthy Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

Country and pop music legend Glen Campbell passed away on August 7 following complications from Alzheimer’s disease. Although the 81-year-old is most famous for his hit records “Rhinestone Cowboy” and “Wichita Lineman,” according to a report in Rolling Stone magazine, the singer and guitarist sold more than 45 million albums over an impressive six-decade career. MORE: What does dementia

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