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ASHLEY CAMPBELL REMEMBERS HER DAD
8/11/17

Glen Campbell and his music touched countless lives, but none so closely as his own family. To honor her father whodied 8/8 after a long, brave public battle with Alzheimer’s, Ashley Campbell has released a hand-written note about the genesis of “Remembering,” her 2015 debut single on Dot Records. The song, which she wrote about her father and his struggle with Alzheimer’s, was first heard in the 2015 documentary, Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me.

From the note: “When I wrote ‘Remembering,’ I knew there would come a time when he wouldn’t know who I am, and I was looking for a way to be able to reach him, even when he seemed lost. I wrote this song to bring him comfort and to let him know I would always be there for him.” Click the letter image for a larger view.

Ashley, the youngest of Campbell’s eight children, played banjo on her father’s 2011-12 farewell tour.