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Glen Campbell – Top 10 Greatest Songs (Part One & Two) With John Beaudin @GlenCampbell #GlenCampbell

Glen Campbell’s Ten Greatest (Most Memorable) Hits We asked 100+ real fans on our mailing list to name their favorites. You will not be surprised that all of the tunes on the list come from his most fertile period – the 60’s and 70’s. #10 – “Sunflower,” lives with a distinctive group of tunes written by but not recorded by Neil Diamond. This was Campbell’s last of eight number ones on the Easy Listening chart. Released June 20, 1977 it was the second of three singles off the “Southern Nights” Album. Campbell once said it was a fun song...

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Glen Campbell Dead at 81 – Our Video Tribute – We Look Back at A Wonderful Life #GlenCampbell #RIP

He had a beautiful, warm distinctive voice who certainly left his mark. Campbell sold 45 million albums via more than 70 albums. Between all the Billboard charts Campbell placed 80 different tunes on those countdowns – 29 in the Top 10. Campbell will always be remembered for John Hartford’s “Gentle on My Mind”; Jimmy Webb’s “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”, “Wichita Lineman”, and “Galveston”; Larry Weiss’s “Rhinestone Cowboy”; and Allen Toussaint’s “Southern Nights”. He was born on April 22, 1936 in a tiny community called Billstown in Pike County Arkansas. He was the seventh son of 12...

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Is Journey Ready To Break Up? It Sure Looks Like The End

Just when you thought the drama in Journey couldn’t get any hotter come a another tweet from leader Neal Schon asking, “How would you feel if you found out the rest of the band wanted to tour without me? I’ve always been 100% JRNY and made the right choices.” Then he tweeted, “I will travel to new musical terrain that we never have and encompass everything,” Schon wrote on Twitter. “Hits are hits; we have a ton.” insinuating a new band or a new Journey. Then came a reminder that Schon probably owns the Journey name adding, “They will...

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