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Glen Campbell on his rising career in 1969

The Story

Country and pop music sensation Glen Campbell, in Vancouver for a concert, sits down for a chat with CBC's Terry David Mulligan. They talk about how his new-found fame has affected his personal life, and how his connection with the Smothers Brothers led to his own show, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour. Campbell also talks about working with banjo picker John Hartford and with Jimmy Webb, who wrote his smash hit song Witchita Lineman.

Broadcast Medium: Television
Program: Where It's At
Broadcast Date: June 20, 1969
Interviewer: Terry David Mulligan
Guest: Glen Campbell
Duration: 5:33

Did You know?

• Glen Campbell was born Apr. 22, 1936 in Billstown, Arkansas.  He died Aug. 8, 2017.  

• An interview with Jimmy Webb can be seen here.

• Watch here, for an interview with Anne Murray on Front Page Challenge.  She is asked about her appearance on Campbell's television show.



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