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 on: Today at 04:40:10 pm 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by Jeri_MS
Thanks BHR for putting this online for us to enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!
I thought I knew all that Glen Campbell did but not EVERYTHING.. Yo! Played for FRANK SINATRA Yo! I am so glad to know Alan Jackson will be inducted in the CMHOF at the same time Glen Campbell is , so happy for this !

 I think Alan & Glen should have already been in frankly thought Alan was ...Talent like Alan Jackson or Glen Campbell have & just now getting their dues. Frankly I think the Fans get more angry than the Singers. I'm sure Alan knows he is Gifted and to be able to do what he loves, is most likely enough for him. We FANS want Alan to get more & more recognition, he deserves it from Nashville  at least. Just my opinion.

 God Bless You Alan Jackson & Thanks for "Doing What You Do." Jerrie(MS Hometown.)

 on: August 14, 2017, 10:45:20 am 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by Jeri_MS
Thanks Alan for your comments. I remember his "international career" as I am older. He gave you a great start , perhaps it was God's way of getting you in the business. Glen was a great Guitar player & Star..I shall never forget him & actually enjoyed All his work. RIP "The RhinestoneCowboy"

God Bless The Glen Campbell Family

 on: August 09, 2017, 02:16:30 pm 
"I think a lot of people may not realize what a huge international star Glen Campbell (Official) was during his time in both pop and country music. He had many timeless hits that will never be touched. He also was a great musician and great singer who played on a lot of music before he became THE Glen Campbell. I will always feel like I owe Glen a lot of gratitude he was my first contact in Nashville when my wife, Denise, was a flight attendant. She met him at the airport and he gave her his business card for his publishing company. This connection lead me down the path that brought me to where I am today.
RIP #RhinestoneCowboy

Alan and Denise Jackson"


 on: August 09, 2017, 09:57:53 am 
Started by Luckylady44 - Last post by Luckylady44
I have some T-shirts, denim jackets and some autographed items I would like to sell. If interested please, pm me.  Thanks!

 on: August 09, 2017, 07:45:10 am 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by jdub
Thank you for the nice write up about Glen.  I can't say he was one of my favorites but I did enjoy his music over the years.  I don't know how much contact the two have had but I am sure that Alan and Denise will grieve with the rest of us.  I do wish we could have seen the two together before he passed.  As Alan Jackson fans, we will be eternally grateful for the help that he gave Alan in his early years.

 on: August 08, 2017, 06:21:41 pm 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by Jeri_MS
Thank You BHR for posting this,
 I just heard "Glen Campbell had passed after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's disease".

 My deepest Condolences to the Family , I loved Glen's music all the Years. He was great on that "Sears" Guitar. Later he was in Movies, On TV and really a Star, his family was with him until the nice.
Glen had a long career & I watched it all, years ago. So glad he gave Alan Jackson a great start in the music business. I'm sure Alan has also Inspired many  in Country Music too.

So nice he had a Family to Love and even Grandkids! Hard to believe time goes by so quickly. He could sing great, Loved "Galveston". God Bless & RIP Glen Travis Campbell.
God Bless The Campbell Family too. Jeri from MS(Home Town)

 on: August 08, 2017, 05:08:55 pm 
I'm very saddened to hear of country legend Glen Campbell's passing today after a courageous battle with Alzheimer's. I have always loved his music and still do and enjoyed watching his tv shows. Last year, I think it was, a group of country music artists gave him a tribute show and I was very disappointed that Alan was not among them. I though it would have been a great opportunity for Alan to have given Glen his gratitude one more time for the help he's given him leading to his successful career in country music. It was Glen Campbell who led the path to Alan's stardom when he offered him a job at his music publishing company in Nashville (a little mention of this is in the article on the link below) after the now infamous "by chance" meeting between him and Alan's wife, Denise at an airport when she was working as a stewardess for an airline in the early years of their marriage. Kind thoughts, prayers and condolences to the Campbell family and their friends.

Rest In Peace, Glen. You will be sorely miss.


 on: August 05, 2017, 08:06:24 am 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by jdub
Thanks for the great pictures.  The one Alan posted in Facebook is awesome. 

 on: August 04, 2017, 10:23:17 am 
Here are some pictures of Alan and the Strayhorns taken from the 2017 WE FEST event courtesy of Taste of Country website:



 on: August 02, 2017, 06:35:45 pm 
Started by Wayne - Last post by Wayne
I am offering this collector car for sale.  Will consider all serious offers.  Black STS Seville in very good condition!  Alan was original owner and used as his personal vehicle.  Great car for any AJ fan.  Wayne

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