JerryLeeLewis

Willie Nelson’s ‘On the Road Again’ Receives Grammy Honor
Willie Nelson is already the proud recipient of seven Grammy awards, and now one of his songs that earned him a Grammy more than 30 years ago is being inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. The country icon's self-penned classic, 'On the Road Again,' is one of the 30 hits that will be honored early next year...
Brad Pitt May Take on ‘Killer’ Role as Jerry Lee Lewis
Rock and country music legend Jerry Lee Lewis will be the subject of a new biopic, with Brad Pitt currently in talks to star as "the Killer," according to Consequence of Sound. Natalie Portman has reportedly been cast as the famed piano man's underage cousin who became his teenage bride...
Gretchen Wilson Sets the ‘Bar’ High With Hank Jr.
Gretchen Wilson has had some remarkable memories throughout her career, including her first No. 1 song, her CMA Award win for Top Female Vocalist and some cool collaborations with Hank Williams Jr., Kid Rock and Heart. What means just as much to the Redneck Woman are the special, unexpected moments she has experienced with some of her heroes...
Kris Kristofferson Records a ‘Killer’ Duet
For Kris Kristofferson, the opportunity to record with Jerry Lee Lewis is similar to how one would view recording with Elvis Presley. Kris sings with Jerry Lee on 'Mean Old Man,' a song Kris wrote for The Killer's new country album. The tune is the first single and the title of the forthcoming album, slated for release in the first quarter of 2010...
11 Questions With Hank Williams, Jr.
It's a well-known fact that you don't ask Hank Williams, Jr. a question if you don't want an honest answer. The Boot caught Hank while he was spending time at his place in Paris, Tenn., reflecting on the tragic loss of his friend, NFL great Steve McNair, as well as on a happier subject -- his new album, '127 Rose Avenue...