Throughout his 40+ year career in the entertainment industry, musician, actor, and TV personality Glen Campbell has worked with a long list of Hollywood’s finest including John Wayne, Johnny Cash, Cher, Ray Charles, and Clint Eastwood, to name a few. Many of these artists were featured on Glen’s musical variety TV show, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour which ran from 1969 to 1972. Here is a quick glimpse into just a few of those encounters in Glen’s life…
At left: Suit and tie optional…Elvis Presley, Priscilla Presley, and Glen Campbell posing together at George Klein’s wedding on December 5, 1970.
At right: John Wayne and Glen Campbell on the movie set of the 1969 film, True Grit. Campbell provided vocals for the film’s title song, which received both Academy Award® and Golden Globe® nominations.
At left: Glen Campbell performing a medley of his songs with guests Cher and Neil Diamond on his variety TV show The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, November 19, 1969. The show ran until June 1972 on the CBS® network.
At right: Glen Campbell shares the stage with Tony Bennett on the set of the second season of The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on December 3, 1969.
At left: The Glen Campbell Star-Studded Hour, Glen Campbell and guests Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, and Buck Owens on The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on January 11, 1972.
At right: Glen Campbell standing alongside composer Quincy Jones backstage at the 13th annual Grammy® Awards on March 16, 1971. During the show, Jones presented Campbell with the award for Best Male Contemporary Vocals.