Glen Campbell began his musical career as a songwriter to many of the 1960’s biggest stars. He transitioned to film with John Wayne in 1969’s “True Grit,” which earned him a Golden Globe nomination. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005, and was awarded a Grammy for Lifetime Achievement in 2012. During his fifty years in show business, Campbell has released more than 70 albums selling more than 45 million copies. For the last twenty-four years, Debby has been by her father’s side, as a part of his concert touring act, as well as a supportive part of his family. She has been with her dad through his four wives, through drug and alcohol addiction, and now through the shattering beginnings of Alzheimer’s disease. In her frank memoir, Campbell tells the story of her father straight from the heart.