New York, NY (PressExposure) June 24, 2011 -- Glen Campbell will end his 50-year long career in country music with a final tour. The singer recently revealed that he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
A Fabulous Career
Glen Campbell has entertained American fans for nearly half a century now. If country music was rock and roll, then Campbell would be its Mick Jagger. But why compare country to anything else? Glen Campbell showed us all that country singers had their own, fascinating style. Sadly, Glen Campbell has revealed that he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. One can only imagine the treasure chest of memories that Campbell holds, with country-wide tours, audiences, and acclaim. But, there are also some bad memories, like the extreme drunk driving incident that he was arrested for in 2003. He needed the best DUI lawyers in Arizona to get him out that horrid situation.
Enough is Enough
The incident occurred in Phoenix, where two cars crashed into each other. One of them was a BMW and the other a Toyota Camry, which Campbell was driving. Campbell not only needed DUI Lawyers but also a general attorney to defend his violent behavior. It was reported that Campbell was very drunk and although no one was hurt in the accident, turns out that Glen Campbell kneed the officer in charge. He was arrested and sent to Madison Street Jail as he was suspected of extreme drunk driving, hit and run, and also assault on an officer.
A Final Tour
The singer's DUI lawyers must have had a difficult time getting Campbell bail, considering how seriously intoxicated he was. Surely, all that is in the past now. As Campbell, at age 75, makes a last tour to entertain his fans and bid goodbye to his long career. Surely, he must play his chart-topping hits like Galveston, Rhinestone Cowboy, and Southern Nights. Ironically, he will also play Gentle on My Mind, which has been one of his biggest hits.