Jerry Lee Lewis Q&A Session With The Guardian | Interviews
Boogie-woogie maestro and Rock ‘n’ Roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis, had a quick fire, no beating around the bush Q&A session, with Rosanna Greenstreet from The Guardian recently. The interview being very much like the music he plays then, how fitting. Well Jerry gave short and distinctive fast answers, to generic questions about a Rock ‘n’ Roll life. Jerry made his mark on classic rock music with hit such as “Great Balls of Fire” back in the 1950s. His all-out high energy performances made him stand out as a great entertainer, and that’s what he desires for his legacy. When asked how he would like to be remembered, he answered, “as a great entertainer who always gave 100%“. Read the full interview here.
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