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Glen Campbell, Platinum Cowboy

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Glen Campbell, Platinum Cowboy

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Glen Campbell, Platinum Cowboy

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Glen Campell has sold more than 45 million records in his five-decade career. Michael Buckner/Getty Images hide caption

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Glen Campell has sold more than 45 million records in his five-decade career.

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Glen Campbell is one of the most enduring names in show business — he started his career in the 1950s, and he's put out 70 albums since.

So the title of the latest record from the country-pop singer may strike some as a little ironic: It's called Meet Glen Campbell.

Campbell is best known for hits like "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Galveston," and "Southern Nights." He has won two Golden Globe Awards and five Grammys.

Campbell also had a career as an actor, and hosted his own television variety show, the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour.

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Meet Glen Campbell
Artist
Glen Campbell
Label
EMI
Released
2008

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