Jerry Lee Lewis
Bob Dylan’s music publishing company recently discovered lyrics he wrote in 1967 for the sessions that were later released as The Basement Tapes (and widely bootlegged as Great White Wonder), and Dylan has given them to Burnett, who plans to “assemble a select group of contemporary recording artists in the famed Capitol Studios to complete the songs and record them as a band.”
Bo Diddley talking about his own demise. David Bowie taunting Mick Jagger for being too “conservative.” Les Paul musing about his invention of his namesake guitar. Those are just some of the topics discussed in a treasure trove of interviews being donated to the Library of Congress.
Jerry Lee Lewis has walked down the aisle for the seventh time.
A new clip of a historic jam session with [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Elvis[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Jerry Lee Lewis[/lastfm] in 1960 has surfaced, but the company in charge of Elvis’ catalogue is claiming the recording isn’t real. An […]
In 1967, [lastfm]The Beatles,[/lastfm] while at Abbey Road in London, mixed [lastfm]John Lennon[/lastfm]‘s new song “I Am the Walrus” which included the sound of a radio being tuned through numerous stations. In 1973, “We’re An […]
We know [lastfm]Sir Paul McCartney[/lastfm] as being a famous member of the [lastfm]Fab Four[/lastfm], an ardent activist, and a fabulous father. But did you also know that he is a huge influence on country artists like […]
In three weeks, [lastfm]Jerry Lee Lewis[/lastfm], he of “Great Balls of Fire” fame, will turn 75 years young. Yesterday, though, Lewis reached a different milestone: The release of his new duets album, Mean Old Man, […]
March 27, 1952 Sun Records of Memphis, Tennessee began releasing records. The label would later become the home of [lastfm]Elvis Presley[/lastfm], [lastfm]Johnny Cash[/lastfm], [lastfm]Jerry Lee Lewis[/lastfm] and many others. March 27, 1958 CBS Laboratories announces […]