Due to a severe bout with laryngitis, organizers have postponed Glen Campbell’s
concert, originally scheduled on Dec. 11,, to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, at the
Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center in Huntington. All tickets for the Dec. 11
date will be honored at the concert on Jan. 5.
After announcing his battle with Alzheimer’s disease, Glen Campbell released his final studio album, “Ghost On The Canvas,” and is making his “Goodbye Tour,” his final concert tour. “Ghost On the Canvas” is the album that traces Campbell’s 75 years, from dirt-poor Arkansas origins to Hollywood triumphs on the pop charts, TV and movies.
Among his many accolades, Campbell is the winner of 8 Grammy Awards, was named Entertainer of The Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and the Dove Awards-Country Album of the Year. He is an inductee in both the Musicians Hall of Fame and Country Music Hall of fame.
Tickets can be purchased through the Marshall Artists Series box office. For additional information call ext. 6-6656.
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