Wild-man rock legend Jerry Lee Lewis, who goes by the nickname The Killer, is to say farewell to his British fans with two spectacular ‘farewell’ 80th birthday concerts.
Music fans will get to what could be their last chance to see one of the original legends of rock ’n’ roll when Jerry Lee Lewis plays what has been billed as his farewell tour of the UK in September
The pioneering piano-pounder, who celebrates his 80th birthday on September 29th, will headline gigs at the world famous London Palladium on Sunday September 6, and the Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, on Thursday September 10.
Jerry said: “I’m looking forward to my return to the Mother country, and to playing for some of the best rock-n-roll fans in the world. It’s been way too long!”
The two shows will future guest appearances from guitar legends James Burton, Steve Cropper and Albert Lee.