Mike, thank you so much for posting about the BBC Radio programs, rebroadcasts and new tributes. I thought I would post the link again because these broadcasts are available only for a limited time. Who knew? Glen Campbell is one of Elaine Paige's favorite singers!
Below is the webpage listing the BBC programs. The video programs are not viewable in the U.S. However, the radio programs are accessible. This new show is a well-done composite: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b092n7rq
Best Ever Tribute, Randy! I can't help but think about the scene in I'll Be Me in which Glen shared, with tears in his eyes, with James Keach why he wanted to do the documentary. His intention (and his family's) has been exceeded a million times over and still continues to change lives. Thanks so much for posting the inspirational Choir! video, Randy.
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BTW, the Rhinestone Cowboy performance by Choir! that Randy posted below has already caught Jeff Dayton's attention. A tribute like this one means a lot to Glen's friends, too. Choir!'s performance represents The Legacy of Glen Campbell, our beloved Rhinestone Cowboy.
Jeff posted under the video:
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I hope Kim and family see this one. How Glen, Kim and family inspired tributes like this!
The description reads:
Last week, we lost Glen Campbell, a superstar talent who's enormous contribution to pop culture will be celebrated forever. If you saw I'LL BE ME, a documentary that followed Campbell on this final tour in 2011, you know that he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and suffered great memory loss. But the power of music helped him connect to himself, his family, friends and fans until the end.
With this in mind, this week's Choir! was a fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society of Toronto's Music Project, in which people suffering from dementia are given FREE ipods filled with music that helps them reconnect and improve their quality of life.
Finding still waters … By DON NEWBURY The Weatherford Democrat August 19, 2017
This post by Don Newbury includes an interview with Dr. Richard Jackson, retired senior pastor at North Phoenix Baptist Church. He "shepherded" Glen Campbell for over a decade, played golf with Glen, and knew him personally. Dr. Jackson shares heartwarming memories of Glen.
Last week, CMT aired a thirty-minute tribute to Glen Campbell. CMT shared a segment of this show on their facebook page for fans to view. This link should allow you to watch the segment. Thank you, CMT!!!