Country Music Legend Glen Campbell in Concert at The Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Glen Campbell was Friday July 17, 2009 / 8:30pm.
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One of America’s most beloved musical icons, Glen Campbell will be making a rare appearance in Orange County and performing at the Grove of Anaheim on Friday, July 17.
In a legendary music career that spans more than five decades, Glen Campbell has achieved charttopping, platinum-selling pop and country success singing everyday tales of life, love, work and heartache. In addition to his five Grammy Awards, Campbell has been honored with trophies for Male Vocalist of the Year from both the Country Music Association (CMA) and the Academy of Country Music (ACM). Inducted into the CMA’s Hall Of Fame, he has also been awarded its top Entertainer of the Year honors, and the ACM has honored him with its prestigious Pioneer Award.
Sixteen of Glen Campbell’s most popular hits have been remastered by Capitol/EMI for Glen Campbell: Greatest Hits, his latest CD and digital collection released last month. Campbell’s triple Grammy-winning 1967 single, “Gentle On My Mind,” is included, as well as his first Top 10 hit, “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” the title track from his 1968 Grammy winner for Album of the Year, and the #1 smash singles “Rhinestone Cowboy,” “Wichita Lineman” and “Galveston.” Two tracks from Campbell’s critically acclaimed 2008 album, Meet Glen Campbell, are also included.
Variety said of his only Los Angeles area performance last year, “With a band Tuesday that included two keyboardists, two drummers and four guitarists — and a voice that can still reach from the edges of a baritone to the high side of a tenor and consistently express jubilance — Campbell was able to get mighty close to his records…Campbell’s guitar solos may well have been the evening’s sweetest surprise.”