Glen Campbell dies at 81

        Glen Campbell, the indelible voice behind 21 Top 40 hits
        including "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Wichita Lineman" and "By the
        Time I Get to Phoenix," died Tuesday. He was 81. A rep for
        Universal Music Group, Campbell's record label, confirmed the
        singer's death to Rolling Stone. During a career that spanned
        six decades, Campbell sold over 45 million records. In 1968,
        one of his biggest years, he outsold the Beatles ... Campbell
        was a rare breed in the music business, with various careers
        as a top-level studio guitarist, chart-topping singer and hit
        television host. His late-career battle with Alzheimer's - he
        allowed a documentary crew to film on his final tour for the
        2014 award-winning I'll Be Me - made him a public face for the
        disease, a role President Bill Clinton suggested would one day
        be remembered even more than his music.

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