Jerry Lee Lewis, Rock Pioneer And ‘Great Balls Of Fire’ Singer, Dies At 87

  • Singer-pianist Jerry Lee Lewis, the hell-raising, larger-than-life rock ‘n’ roll pioneer and latter-day country star, has died, according to a rep, Zach Farnum. He was 87.
  • His death had erroneously been reported by some outlets on Wednesday.
  • “Judith, his seventh wife, was by his side when he passed away at his home in Desoto County, Mississippi, south of Memphis,” Farnum’s statement said. “He told her, in his final days, that he welcomed the hereafter, and that he was not afraid.”
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