Country legend Glen Campbell has died at the age of 81 from following a long battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Campbell died early Tuesday morning around 10:00 a.m. in Nashville, Tennesee.

Country fans mourn loss of Glen Campbell

Campbell's death was confirmed by a representative from Campbell's recording label Universal Music Group. The record company released a statement on behalf of Glen's family stating; "It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and legendary singer and guitarist, Glen Travis Campbell, at the age of 81, following his long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's disease," the singer's family said in a statement.

Campbell's kids engaged in family feud with Kim

As previously reported in May, Campbell's wife Kim Campbell revealed that Glen's condition was rapidly worsening stating that the singer had entered the final stages of his courageously fought battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Kim also revealed that Glen had one last musical gift that he had wanted to leave to his beloved and dedicated fans who had followed his career through six decades, his goodbye album.

Glen's last album contains the final works of the singer/songwriter along with a song that was very near to Glen's heart titled "Adios." This song is Campbell's last goodbye and will bring tears to even the strongest of men.

Written by songwriter Jimmy Webb, the song "Adios" was previously recorded by Linda Ronstadt in 1990.

Campbell, who became ill in 2011, recorded his version of the song during his 2011-2012 "Goodbye Tour." His final tour was featured in the 2014 documentary "Glen Campbell...I'll Be Me."

In May, Kim updated fans on Glen's condition revealing the heartbreaking news that the singer was no longer able recognize time or place. Throughout Campbell's career, the singer topped the charts for over six decades selling 45 million records with hits including, "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Wichita Lineman" and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" to name a few.

In 1969 Campbell was given his own variety show "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." The show ran from 1969-1972 and showcased musical guests such as Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, and Linda Ronstadt. During a past interview with Cnn Glen Campbell looked back over his life, the good and the bad revealing that he had no regrets.

"I am content with it.

Don't cry over spilled milk," he said. "Get up and be a man and do what you have got to do."

At this time memorial service arrangements are unknown. Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Glen Campbell during this difficult time. Campbell is survived by his wife, Kim Campbell, and eight children, daughters, Ashley, Kelli, Debbie and sons, Cal, Shannon, Kane, Dylan, and Travis.

Early reports from 2017 reveal that during their father's illness a huge family feud was also taking place between Campbell's current wife Kim and his children. Radar Online reported that the family was up in arms over and engaging in a nasty court battle over the singer's care.

Campbell's son and daughter from one of his previous marriages, Travis and Debbie have claimed over the past couple of years their stepmother Kim has been keeping them from seeing their father.

The Campbell kids alleged that Kim has purposely kept their dying father secluded from certain family members allowing them no say whatsoever in his care.

At last report the Campbell's claim that their father was so ill that he was unaware of the hostility amongst his family. It is a sad situation and now with Glen's passing, it is hoped by fans that the family can just let it go and let the singer rest in peace. However, most celebrity news followers know that this is often not the case in most celebrity family battles.

Rest in peace Glen Campbell.