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Jerry Lee Lewis, who played a hot piano, appeared 3 times on AB in 1957: Aug 19,  Oct 10, and Nov 4 singing “Great Balls of Fire” and other songs.

Jerry Lee Lewis, who played a hot piano, appeared 3 times on AB in 1957: Aug 19, Oct 10, and Nov 4 singing “Great Balls of Fire” and other songs.

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Jerry Lee Lewis (b. 29 Sep, 1935) singer-songwriter and pianist. Nickname "The Killer". Hit in the late 50s   "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On", "Great Balls of Fire".  His  career faltered in the wake of  marriage to his cousin, age 13, recovered  a little in the late 1960s.

Jerry Lee Lewis (b. 29 Sep, 1935) singer-songwriter and pianist. Nickname "The Killer". Hit in the late 50s "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On", "Great Balls of Fire". His career faltered in the wake of marriage to his cousin, age 13, recovered a little in the late 1960s.

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Great picture of Jerry Lee Lewis and Buddy Holly during a tour of Australia. #Classic50sMusic

Great picture of Jerry Lee Lewis and Buddy Holly during a tour of Australia. #Classic50sMusic

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Great Balls of Scandal: How Jerry Lee Lewis' marriage to a 13-year-old wrecked his career #DailyMail

Great Balls of Scandal: How Jerry Lee Lewis' marriage to a 13-year-old wrecked his career #DailyMail

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Jerry Lee Lewis | 19 year old Jerry Lee Lewis records first demos at Sun in 1956

Jerry Lee Lewis | 19 year old Jerry Lee Lewis records first demos at Sun in 1956

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THIS TRAIN - ROY ORBISON, JOHNNY CASH, CARL PERKINS, JERRY LEE LEWIS (FROM THE JOHNNY CASH SHOW)

THIS TRAIN - ROY ORBISON, JOHNNY CASH, CARL PERKINS, JERRY LEE LEWIS (FROM THE JOHNNY CASH SHOW)

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1982; Now the Million Dollar Trio: Johnny Cash Jerry Lee and Carl Perkins

1982; Now the Million Dollar Trio: Johnny Cash Jerry Lee and Carl Perkins

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Today in 1958, Jerry Lee Lewis was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Great Balls Of Fire'. Lewis was the only major white rock 'n' roll star to play piano rather than guitar.

Today in 1958, Jerry Lee Lewis was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Great Balls Of Fire'. Lewis was the only major white rock 'n' roll star to play piano rather than guitar.

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