Kim Campbell to Open Museum Honoring Late Husband, Country Star Glen Campbell
20 Aug 2019
On the two-year anniversary of her husband’s death, APB speaker Kim Campbell announced she is working to open The Glen Campbell Museum in Nashville next year. The museum will be a 4,000 square-foot space that will feature Glen’s famous outfits and memorabilia. A portion of the tickets’ proceeds will go to Abe’s Garden, the memory-care facility where Glen spent his final years battling Alzheimer’s Disease. Proceeds will also benefit the Kim and Glen Campbell Foundation which aims to advance the use of music as medicine.
Following her husband’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis, Kim Campbell worked tirelessly to care and advocate for Glen. An impassioned speaker who has an intimate understanding of the complex challenges faced by people living with dementia, Campbell connects with audiences on a very personal level by sharing her journey with honesty and humor.