When I was a kid we listened to music all the time. Especially on saturdays. My Mom would put as many albums on the turntable as would fit and we would listen to them all day.
If we were in the car and your music came on the radio we always sang along. Who doesn't know the words to Galveston or Rhinestone Cowboy? It made many a long car ride tolerable to throw in a tape of your music.
which created a memory for us of easier times and a bridge we could meet at.
My regret is that you were pigeion holed into a category by the music industry. You are much more than a country singer Mr. Campbell. I will never understand why they always have to put people like you in a box.
Im very sad that your brilliant talent and life will be diminshed by Alzheimers.
I admire that you are so open about it and I also love that you are taking one last tour with your kids and your music old and new.
Thank you Mr Campbell Im so glad you leave a legacy that I can share with my son....
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