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Jun
25

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Glen Campbell Film ‘I’ll Be Me’ Premieres On Sunday, June 28

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The ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ Comes to CNN on June 28
CNN Films Presents broadcast of GLEN CAMPBELL…I’LL BE ME premieres Sunday, June 28 at 9:00pm and 10:48pm Eastern

PREVIEW:  http://cnn.it/1LQyDPB

Glen Campbell’s extraordinary life and musical legacy are explored in a critically-acclaimed film to be exclusively broadcast on CNN/U.S. on Sunday, June 28. CNN Films Presents: GLEN CAMPBELL…I’LL BE ME will be presented with limited commercial interruptions on the network at 9:00pm, with an encore at 10:48pm Eastern and is sponsored by Eli Lilly and Company.

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Feb
19

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‘Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me’ Official Movie Soundtrack Now Available On iTunes And In Stores

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Music from the critically celebrated documentary GLEN CAMPBELL…I’LL BE ME is now online and in stores. Released by Big Machine Records, the soundtrack features the Oscar® nominated and GRAMMY® winning song, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” co-written by Campbell and producer Julian Raymond.

GLEN CAMPBELL…I’LL BE ME is an epic human drama that intimately follows Campbell’s struggle with Alzheimer’s and the completion of his farewell tour. Chronicling the story of love, laughter, resilience and power of song, this film shows how against all odds, America’s greatest Country star would not give up. It was directed and produced by James Keach (producer of Walk The Line) and produced by Trevor Albert (Groundhog Day).

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Feb
9

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The 57th Annual Grammy Awards – Winners! +recap

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It was a night of performances and music celebration that nearly reached the four hour mark just on the main telecast; the pre-telecast, or the “premiere ceremony” as it is now called – lasted for around three hours and the red carpet was active for about six. In all, the academy honoured artists of all shapes, sizes and genres; not least of all country, Americana and roots music, which was much the talk of social media. With early winners (and losers) announced during the premiere ceremony in Best Country Song, Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Duo/Group Performance, as well as all of the other folk and roots categories, it was left to the anticipated Best Country Album award to light up the main stage. Still, country had plenty of influence during the show, as Miranda Lambert performed ‘Little Red Wagon’, Eric Church performed ‘Give Me Back My Hometown’, and Brandy Clark shone on the mid-audience stage with Dwight Yoakam on her beautiful ballad ‘Hold My Hand’. Showing up most of the other vocalists on the night, let’s hope that the exposure leads her to the fame and industry standing that she deserves. When it came to the mainstream awards, Sam Smith absolutely cleared up with many touting him as the male Adele (seriously, think about it, how similar?! It’s scary), picking up awards for Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and more. Below are all the country and roots winners. Enjoy!

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Feb
4

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Glen Campbell ‘I’m Not Gonna Miss You’ – Single Review

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‘I’m Not Gonna Miss You’ was recorded in 2013 for the documentary ‘Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me’, which explores Alzheimer’s disease and how the family deal with it whilst on Glen Campbell’s multi-date ‘Goodbye Tour’. Having such a severe case of the disease, the recording process was difficult, but was managed with the help of Campbell’s old session musicians The Wrecking Crew, who would help bring out sparks of recognition from Campbell, before he would sing a few lines of the song.

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Dec
9

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The Band Perry ‘Gentle On My Mind’ – Single Review

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‘Gentle On My Mind’ was originally recorded by Glen Campbell in 1967, receiving 4 Grammys for Best Male Country & Western Solo Vocal Performance and Best Country & Western Recording for Campbell, and Best Folk Performance and Best Country & Western Song for the writer and original performer John Hartford. It is always hard to cover such a massive hit, and I was very interested to hear how The Band Perry would stamp their energetic style of country onto such a stripped back song.

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