Arkansas native and music legend Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011. Instead of hanging it up, he announced a "Goodbye Tour," which he thought would be only five weeks. The tour lasted more than 150 sold-out shows over a year and a half. They decided to put it on film.

The film "I'll Be Me" is about the journey set out by Campbell and his family navigating the disease with music, love and laughter. It is one hour and 45 minutes.

The Owatonna Public Library Educational Series on Tuesday, Sept. 22, will be the Glen Campbell 'Goodbye Tour' film "I'll Be Me." The showing will be at 6PM in the Gainey Room. Please RSVP by Monday, Sept. 21 by calling Deb at (507) 676-0411.

Campbell has 21 Top 40 hits, two of which hit No. 1. He has won many Grammy, ACM, CMA and AMA awards, including the 1998 Pioneer Award and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2005, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, according to his website. He has also done some TV.

Campbell's long list of crossover country to pop hits include:

  • "Gentle On My Mind"
  • "Wichita Lineman"
  • "Southern Nights"
  • "Try A Little Kindness"
  • "Sunflower"
  • "Rhinestone Cowboy"
  • "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
  • "Galveston"