Carl Jackson

co-producer "Adios"; musician

Guest

Glen Campbell’s longtime banjo player and family friend, co-producer of “Adios.”

Carl Jackson on KCRW

Glen Campbell came from a family of poor Arkansas sharecroppers. He grew up to release more than 70 albums, win six Grammys, and host a TV show.

The making of country music legend Glen Campbell's final album

Glen Campbell came from a family of poor Arkansas sharecroppers. He grew up to release more than 70 albums, win six Grammys, and host a TV show.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Glen Campbell was one of 12 children of poor Arkansas sharecroppers. He grew up to release more than 70 albums, win six Grammys, and host his own TV show.

Country music legend Glen Campbell says 'Adios' with final album

Glen Campbell was one of 12 children of poor Arkansas sharecroppers. He grew up to release more than 70 albums, win six Grammys, and host his own TV show.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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