Arts

Glen Campbell exits the spotlight on a high note

Swan song of the rhinestone cowboy

WORCESTER — There’s a knock at Glen Campbell’s door. Just before it opens, his wife of 30 years, Kim Woollen, calls out to her husband.

“They’re coming to do the interview,’’ she says from inside their room at the Beechwood Hotel last month.

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