Campbell's more than 70 albums sold more than 50 million copies, earning him six Grammy Awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Award, and membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Musicians Hall of Fame.
He was also a victor for Grammy Awards for four times in the different pop categories.
The documentary, which chronicled his 2011-2012 farewell tour, offered a poignant look at his decline from Alzheimer's while showcasing his virtuoso guitar chops that somehow continued to shine even as his memory unraveled.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Campbell and a host of other musicians formed what is fondly known as the Wrecking Crew.
"Glen was a courageous advocate on behalf of Alzheimer's, not only bravely sharing his diagnosis with the world, but continuing to bring joy to his fans through his music while facing the disease so publicly", Harry Johns, president and CEO of the Alzheimer's Association wrote in a statement. Let people listen to that one for a long, long, long time because he sang like an angel.
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"All the celebrities I've met through the years, I met them through Glen, and I went to Vegas and met and played golf with a lot of stars and so forth, but I will always think of him as my great friend", said L.D. Gorman who was friends with Glen Campbell.
The show's also your chance to relive numerous highlights from Glen's network TV variety show, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour.
Following Campbell's announcement about having Alzheimer's, he released Ghost on the Canvas and went on tour for what he called the Glen Campbell Goodbye Tour. CNN has reported that Campbell will be best remembered through his music which runs from the mid-60s and up to the late 80s. "You were a shining light in so many ways", country star Brad Paisley tweeted.
He won another two Grammy Awards in 1968 for the best album By The Time I Get To Phoenix and best record Wichita Lineman.
Also featured in the film was the song "I'm Not Gonna Miss You", which Campbell had written and recorded with Raymond.