Alzheimer’s Disease and the toll it takes on families is highlighted in a new documentary about Glen Campbell titled, I’ll Be Me.

From the first glimpse at this trailer, the film follows Campbell through diagnosis and shows the affects the disease has on him.

From memory loss over past memories to distractions on his final tour, Alzheimer’s Disease has become a large part of Glen Campbell’s life – but it’s not defining him.

In the face of Alzheimer’s Disease after his diagnosis, Glen Campbell embarked on what would be his final tour. Campbell seems in good humor about his latest life direction.

Watch the trailer below for Glen Campbell’s I’ll Be Me:

IN THEATERS OCTOBER 24th 2014: GLEN CAMPBELL I’ll BE ME tells the story of music legend Glen Campbell. His life, his music and the extraordinary 151-city “Goodbye Tour” de force that’s made him a hero.

The film features those who know and love Glen, including Bruce Springsteen, Bill Clinton, The Edge, Paul McCartney, Jay Leno, Vince Gill, Jimmy Webb, Blake Shelton, Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Steve Martin, Chad Smith and Taylor Swift among many others.

This powerful portrait of the life and career of great American music icon Glen Campbell opens us to the world of the singular talent who created hits like Rhinestone Cowboy, Wichita Lineman and Gentle on My Mind.

Winner of the Grammy for Lifetime Achievement and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, Glen was the first country music star to cross over to the pop charts, opening a new realm of opportunity for generations of country musicians.

Directed by James Keach
Produced by Trevor Albert and James Keach
A PCH Films Movie