Glen Campbell Ends Touring, Readies CD As Alzheimer's Gets Worse
Glen Campbell's road career is over. The country star's publicist says Glen is "done touring." Rep Sandy Brokaw explains that Campbell, who's battling Alzheimer's disease, "went on the goodbye tour and wanted to see how it was with his health," and "after Christmas they put a big bow" on the trek -- and that aspect of Glen's career. Brokaw also admits that Glen's condition has become worse. The publicist explains that Campbell gets "confused" and "can't do an interview," and is no longer "comfortable on live TV."
However, Glen -- who turned 77 on Monday -- has one more album on the way. For "See You There" Glen reworked some of his biggest hits, including "Galveston" and "Gentle on My Mind." He recorded the project with producer Julian Raymond while they were working on "Ghost on the Canvas," Glen's 2011 album which was originally expected to be his last studio project. "See You There" is expected in stores on July 30th.