Alzheimer’s Stricken Glen Campbell Can No Longer Play The Guitar, Reveals Wife

Alzheimer’s Stricken Glen Campbell Can No Longer Play The Guitar, Reveals Wife
Source: newsblake.com

In a sad turn of events, Glen Campbell’s Alzheimer’s has become a lot worse and now, the country music legend can no longer play the guitar!

It a sad piece of news for all of his fans that don’t have a choice but witness the famous musician’s spark slowly flickering away. The horrible disease has advanced to a state that renders him unable to play his instrument of choice and share his art with the world.

It is heartbreaking to know that such talent from such a passionate about his art person has been robbed by an illness.

The sad news has been made public by the man’s wife, who has been by his side for better or for worse for the past 34 years.

As you may already know, Alzheimer’s it’s an unforgiving disease that robs the patient of their very self and everything they ever knew gradually, until there’s nothing left.

Glen’s wife, Kim Woolen stated that although the man can no longer play the guitar, music is still part of him enough that he sometimes “plays the air guitar while spouting gibberish.”

Although “It’s not a melody that we recognize,” Kim is glad that at least it sounds like a happy song. In addition to that, it makes her thankful that “he has a song in his heart,” even through these dark times.

The 80 years old Glen is spending his last days in a special care facility that can assist him with his special needs.

Are you sad to find out the legend can no longer sing or play the guitar?

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  • robert plumlee
    robert plumlee Apr 5, 2017 3:19 PM PDT

    Glens song im not going to miss you ,brought tears to my eyes ,he is such an amazing musical talent God bless

  • Brenda Wigginton
    Brenda Wigginton Apr 5, 2017 9:57 AM PDT

    My mother passed October 2016 in a nursing home. She dealt with the unforgiving issues of Alzheimers for three years. Thank you for the documentary about Alzheimer's consequences. Our Lord will be with you during this time. It is such a blessing to think of my Mother with her family members and friends experiencing the love of God first hand Brenda

  • Bob Mings
    Bob Mings Apr 5, 2017 3:25 AM PDT

    Glen Campbell needs to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He was a great guitarist and him and The Wrecking Crew was the backdrop to 100's of pop songs of the sixties

  • Therese Tuckness
    Therese Tuckness Apr 4, 2017 9:37 PM PDT

    April 4, 2017 To Glen and Family: My name is Therese, I. From: washington state. I wasn't able to see you at your concerts. But, I do have in my blue 45 lp holdera song that it's one of yours.. "RHENSTONE COWBOY". I want to simply say thanks for your music, you shared and your life with your fans. God Bless you and your family. :-)

  • Louis m grieco
    Louis m grieco Apr 4, 2017 7:25 PM PDT

    It's very sad I grew up with his song's when I seen his daughter singing with him then and taking care of him on stage have a lot of respect for Ashley she looked out for her cast out a great girl Ashley

  • Patricia
    Patricia Apr 4, 2017 7:11 PM PDT

    Enough with the Pity Glen Campbell Stories! I'm sure he was/is a Proud Man! These stories are not healthy for his family either. I grew up listening to his wonderful music & attending many of his concerts with my Father. Just my opinion . Like the Bobby Gentry story & him, Really??

  • Nancy howard
    Nancy howard Apr 4, 2017 6:38 PM PDT

    Thank you for many many years of your great entertainment. I have been singing your songs for 50 years.? and always wil. Love you glen campbell

  • Kathryn L Mcdaniel
    Kathryn L Mcdaniel Apr 4, 2017 4:06 PM PDT

    Very sad but we r blessed to still have our beloved Glen. We love u Mr Glen thank u for all u give us still with your magic God bless u 4 ever

  • Helen Kavanagh
    Helen Kavanagh Apr 4, 2017 2:13 AM PDT

    Very sad to hear that news.

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