Whether you know him as the "Wichita Lineman" or a "Rhinestone Cowboy," it's obvious that Glen Campbell is one of the finest country musicians to ever hit the Nashville scene. Both as a singer and guitar picker, Campbell has earned a well-deserved reputation for his classic discography featuring hits like "Gentle On My Mind," "Galveston" and "Southern Nights."
Rock N Roll Relics owner and Glen Campbell fan Billy Rowe recently set about creating the singer's first signature guitar ever. Inspired by Campbell's consummate guitar work, the "Country Boy" model is set to be exhibited at Vintage King Nashville on October 21st, following an exclusive showing of a new documentary about his life entitled Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.
As for the guitar itself, it is a beautiful piece of artwork that follows suits with Rock N Roll Relics other six-stringed masterpieces. It features a light weight Alder body, maple neck and fingerboard, streel trem block bridge and David Allen pickups, which are emblazoned with "Country Boy." The guitar's body is painted a Sonic Blue, that is reminiscent of the guitars that Glen Campbell used throughout the later part of his career.
If you're interested in joining us at Vintage King Nashville for the "Country Boy" demo, please use the form below to sign up and RSVP now. This is an exclusive event and only features a select amount of spaces, so please sign up as soon as possible if you would like to attend.
In honor of the release of Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, the Nashville community is pulling together to help fight Alzheimer's Disease with a special screening of the film on October 19th at the Music City Center. The event will also feature performances from The Band Perry, Delta Rae and Glen's daughter, Ashley Campbell. Check out the trailer for the film below and head to Glen Campbell's Official Facebook for ticket information.