Whole Lotta Shakin'

Whole Lotta Shakin'

Whole Lotta Shakin'

This is the memoir of J.W. Brown, one of the first electric bass guitarists who rose to fame as part of his cousin Jerry Lee Lewis's band in the 1950's. This is Jerry's story from Brown's perspective, spanning a career of more than fifty years.

Never before published photographs and anecdotes about Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, James Brown, The Rolling Stones, Kris Kristofferson and many others.

Review
The memoir of the most explosive story in Rock Music History.

More than fifty years after exploding onto the music scene, Jerry Lee Lewis is still the most sensational story in rock'n'roll.

Here is the latest and most intimate version of the Lewis saga written by the man who knows him best: JW Brown, cousin, father-in-law and manager of The Killer, the first man to play the electric guitar on television. He is known as the World's Oldest Rock'n'Roller. --From back cover

About the Author

At age 85, JW Brown is the World's Oldest Rock'n'Roller, the last of the first generation of white southern musicians who invented the genre, and will be forever remembered as the first to master...

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