In the late 1960's, Glen Campbell touched the hearts of millions of Americans with his hit 4-season show Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, which debuted on CBS in 1968.
The variety show highlighted Glen's naturally good-hearted personality, and also helped a wide variety of other artist's gain new fans across the country.
Although the world suffered a loss when Glen retired, in 2011, after a diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease, his legacy, and the legacy of Goodtime Hour, lives on.
Glen was always a malleable session player-- everyone from Waylon Jennings to classical Italian guitarists to Roger Miller, appeared and swapped lines with Glen on his show.
Johnny Cash was another iconic musician who made an appearance on the show. In fact, one of the most infamous performances on the show was the stirring duet of Johnny's 'Folsom Prison Blues'.
Watch the memorable performance below!
And since we love the Merle Haggard version at the Ryman so much, we decided to share that video as well!
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