The story of Jerry Lee Lewis, arguably the greatest and certainly one of the wildest musicians of the 1950s. His arrogance, remarkable talent, and unconventional lifestyle often brought him into conflict with others in the industry, and even earned him the scorn and condemnation of the public. Written by
Murray Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jerry Lee Lewis: He Rocked The Nation... And Shocked The World.
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Did You Know?
The original recording of the song "Honey Don't" by Carl Perkins
is heard in this film and is a Sun Records label. See more
When Elvis Presley shows up at Sun Records, he is shown signing an autograph left handed. Elvis was right handed. See more
Follow that, Killer!
Referenced in The Real ....: Winona Ryder
Written by Charles Axton (as C. Axton), Floyd Newman
(as F. Newman), Jerry Lee 'Smoochy' Smith
(as J. Smith), Gilbert C. Caple (as G. Caple) and Chips Moman
(as C. Moman)
Performed by The Mar-Keys (as The Mac-Keys)
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products See more