Courtesy of Big Machine Records, Country Music Hall of Fame member Glen Campbell has recorded his last song. â€˜Iâ€™m Not Gonna Miss Youâ€™ was written by Campbell and Julian Raymond specifically for a new documentary titled â€˜Glen Campbellâ€¦Iâ€™ll Be Me.â€™ Produced by Raymond, the song was recorded in the Los Angeles-based Sunset Sound Factory and East West Recording Studios. The song will be released on September 30 to all digital retailers. With a mere handful of piano chords, then a swell of harmonies, â€˜Iâ€™m Not Gonna Miss Youâ€™ opens into the poignant, yet clear-eyed revelation of the things Alzheimerâ€™s steals. Almost lumbering through the melody, Campbellâ€™s weathered tenor confesses the painful truths of what is lost, the cost â€“ and the reality that it will all be lost to him, the man who canâ€™t remember. Pedal steel weeps, strings bathe the melody that rises against drums and an electric guitar that mirrors the unbreakable passage of life and time. â€˜Glen Campbellâ€¦Iâ€™ll Be Meâ€™ is an epic human drama that intimately showcases the man and his music throughout Campbellâ€™s struggle with Alzheimerâ€™s. Chronicling the story of love, laughter, resilience and power of song, this film shows how against all odds, Americaâ€™s greatest country star would not give up. The documentary was directed and produced by James Keach (producer of Walk The Line) and produced by Trevor Albert (Groundhog Day). Big Machine Records will proudly release a soundtrack for the film that also features The Band Perry, who previously paid tribute to Campbell during the 2012 GRAMMY Awards. The project also features Campbellâ€™s daughter Ashley who performs an original song. â€œWe are so honoured to not only release Glen Campbellâ€™s final recording, but to be associated with such a profound film that will help raise awareness of those suffering from Alzheimerâ€™s and spotlight the important role of those who care for them, â€ remarked Big Machine Label Group President & CEO Scott Borchetta who serves as the projectâ€™s Executive Producer with Keach. Several of todayâ€™s biggest musical stars appear in the film to pay tribute to the legend including Bruce Springsteen, Bill Clinton, The Edge (U2), Paul McCartney, Jay Leno, Vince Gill, Jimmy Webb, Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton, Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Steve Martin, Chad Smith, and The Band Perry.