Jerry Lee Lewis
From Johnny Cash's 'At Folsom Prison' to Dolly Parton's 'Just Because I'm a Woman'
He was recording rock & roll in 1949 and influenced the Beatles – not that he'd ever brag about it
As the Killer turns 82, we look back at his energetic reinvention of the Kris Kristofferson classic "Me and Bobby McGee"
Cinemax series offers wild stories about Waylon Jennings, Jerry Lee Lewis and others, as told by their bandmates and friends
George Strait, Chris Stapleton perform for "The Killer" on 'Skyville Live'
Country's "King" meets rock & roll's "Killer" at Nashville tribute show, also featuring Chris Stapleton and Kris Kristofferson
"The Killer" will be the focus of a new installment of online concert series 'Skyville Live'
Jerry Lee Lewis, Dierks Bentley and Jon Pardi lead off this year's edition of the California festival
At his 1973 debut on the historic radio show, the Killer cursed, played the wrong songs and ignored commercial breaks
From the stage to the page: The year's best biographies, rock crit, photo essays and more
Jerry Lee has a new wife (number seven!), a new LP and a new outlook on life
Jerry Lee Lewis makes his most personal LP in years with some seriously heavy-hitting sidemen
"I remember Jerry Lee Lewis had thunder in his left hand and lightning in his right hand. It was like a rhythm trip."
The Killer will also release new biography 'Jerry Lee Lewis: His Own Story' on the same day this fall
Jack White's label also releasing 45 by bluesman D.A. Hunt