THE KILLER LIVE OVER THE YEARS LIVE VIDEOS FROM JERRY LEE LEWIS, PER PERFORMANCE DATE,STARTING IN 1935 TO DATE.
YOU SEE THE KLILLER AGEING AND WITH THE YEARS HE IS EVEN DOING BETTER.
THE GREATEST LIVE SHOW ON EARTH YEAR AFTER YEAR.
GERMAIN VAN DE WEGHE,RUISELEDE, BELGIUM.
20.08.2008 - DUET WITH TG SHEPPARD SUN RECORDING STUDIO
20.08.2008. PARTS OF A DUET WITH DG. SHEPPARD IN SUN RECORDING STUDIOS IN MEMPHIS TENNESSEE.
4.05.2008. I WISH I WAS 18 AGAIN AND SOME FOOTAGE OF THE BEALE STREET MUSIC FESTIVAL 2008.
I SEE JERRY LEE LEWIS : PIANO + VOCALS, PHOEBE HIS DAUGHER AND HIS MANAGER, KENNY LOVELACE : GUITAR, BUTCH HUTCHISON : LEAD GUITAR, JP CUNNINGHAM : BASS , JW WHITTEN HIS BODYGUARD, THE DRUMMER I CAN'T SEE.
CECIL HARRELSON : OLD TIME FRIEND FROM THEIR YOUTH IN FERRIDAY AND GEORGE KLEIN, A MEMBER OF THE SO CALLED ELVIS MAFFIA.
24.04.1987 - WHAT I'M LIVING FOR - STAVANGER NORWAY
24.04.1987. What am I living for, a song I had never heard before and never heard afterwards.
Here done in Stavanger, Norway, International festival of country music.
Musicians : Phoebe and Linda lewis : backing vocals, Jerry Lee Lewis : piano + vocals, Kenny Lovelace and Joel Shumaker: guitars, Harvey"Duke " Flagier : Bass guitar, Danny Harrison : drums, Moetta stewart : keyboards.
3.04.1987 - ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN - OOSTENDE BELGIUM
3.04.1987. Jerry and band in Oostende, Casino Kursaal, a 50 minutes show.
Roll over Beethoven was done together with Linda Gail Lewis, she looked marvellous and sang very loud.
Musicians ; Jerry Lee Lewis : piano + vocals, Linda Gail Lewis : vocals backing, Kenny Lovelace : leadguitar, Joel Shumaker : guitar, Harvey "Duke" Faglier : bass guitar, Danny Harrison : drums, Moetta Stuart : Keyboards. Daughter Phoebe was also on the tour, but she she wasn't seen on the concert in Oostende.
Myself, my wife Greta and my brother Luc were present that day and had a good time.
Some persons used teargaz spray and for a few minutes is was very difficult to breathe in the Casino, but Jerry kept on playing and had even fun about it.
Source : The Ferriday Fireball - Paul PcPhail page 207.