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Jerry Lee Lewis - Last Man Standing

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Also available DVD Last Man Standing Live

Mythic Rock & Roll Pioneer Duets With 22 Rock, Country, R&B and Pop’s Biggest
Superstars Including Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Toby Keith,

B.B. King, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, Rod Stewart & More
LOS ANGELES — The much-anticipated new studio album from mythic rock & roll pioneer
Jerry Lee Lewis, Last Man Standing, will be released on Oct. 27 featuring a dream roster of
guest artists. Jimmy Rip and Steve Bing produced Lewis’ forthcoming CD, which was five
years in the making, for Shangri-La Entertainment. Jeff Ayeroff’s Artists First music label.

Last Man Standing pairs Jerry Lee Lewis with a who's who of rock & roll, country, R&B, and
pop music superstars ripping their way through a fantastic set list of 21 monumental classic songs. The previously announced working title of Redemption has been changed to Last Man Standing.

Performing duets with Jerry Lee Lewis on Last Man Standing are:

Jimmy Page "Rock and Roll"
B.B. King "Before The Night Is Over"
Bruce Springsteen "Pink Cadillac"
Mick Jagger & Ronnie Wood "Evening Gown"
Neil Young "You Don't Have To Go"
Robbie Robertson "Twilight"
John Fogerty "Travelin' Band"
Keith Richards "That Kind of Fool"
Ringo Starr "Sweet Little Sixteen"
Rod Stewart "What's Made Milwaukee Famous"
Toby Keith "Old Glory"
Eric Clapton "Trouble In Mind"
George Jones "Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age"
Willie Nelson “A Couple More Years”
Buddy Guy “Hadacohl Boogie”
Don Henley “That’s What Makes The Irish Heart Beat”
Kris Kristofferson “The Pilgrim: Chapter 33”
Kid Rock “Honky Tonk Woman”
Little Richard "I Saw Her Standing There"
Merle Haggard “Just-a-Bummin’ Around”
Delaney Bramlett "Lost Highway"

Discovered by Sun Records’ Sam Phillips in 1954, Jerry Lee Lewis exploded on the scene in 1957 with his groundbreaking hit “Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin’ On." His follow up hit in that
same year "Great Balls of Fire" cemented his place as a rock ‘n roll icon. Jerry Lee Lewis is.
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