It is revealed that Finn is the son of a single mother, as his father was killed in Operation Desert Storm when Finn was an infant.
That month, "I'll Be Me," a documentary about Campbell's final tour, debuted at the Nashville Film Festival.
The film's theme, "I'm Not Gonna Miss You," was written by Campbell and Julian Raymond.
Glen Campbell’s last record, “Adios," was “therapeutic” for the legendary country singer who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, said his daughter Ashley Campbell.
The singer recorded the album after his diagnosis in 2011, and is now in the late stages of the disease, living in a memory care facility in Nashville, Tennessee.
What a majestically graceful and kind, top rate performer was Glen on his worst night! Early in 2014, he showed up at the venerable Station Inn to watch daughter Ashley Campbell perform with his former bandmate and longtime friend, Carl Jackson.
" At the Grammy Awards in February 2012, The Band Perry performed “Gentle On My Mind” and Blake Shelton sang “Southern Nights” before Campbell took the stage to sing “Rhinestone Cowboy,” with Paul Mc Cartney pumping his fist from the audience in approval. In April 2014, his family confirmed that Campbell was staying in a Middle Tennessee memory-care facility.
Finn discovered his love of singing during a chance encounter with a lawn specialist dating his mom, and for the first time he knew, he was special and good at something.
Finn struggles to make his mother proud of him and make her happy.
Unfortunately, joining Glee alienates him from the football team.