With Last Man Standing, rock ‘n roll’s greatest showman, Jerry Lee Lewis, finds himself in the company of 22 rock, blues, and country music superstars, contemporaries, and disciples alike, dueting on a dream set list of classic songs, many of which might not even exist had Jerry Lee Lewis not kicked open the floodgates in the 1950s.
Joining Jerry Lee on Last Man Standing are Jimmy Page ("Rock and Roll"), B.B. King ("Before The Night Is Over"), Bruce Springsteen ("Pink Cadillac"), Mick Jagger (vocals) and Ronnie Wood (pedal steel guitar) ("Evening Gown"), Neil Young ("You Don't Have To Go"), Toby Keith ("Old Glory"), John Fogerty ("Travelin' Band"), Keith Richards ("That Kind of Fool"), Robbie Robertson ("Twilight"), Merle Haggard ("Just A Bummin' Around"), Kid Rock ("Honky Tonk Woman"), Rod Stewart ("What's Made Milwaukee Famous"), Willie Nelson ("Couple More Years"), George Jones ("Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age"), Eric Clapton ("Trouble In Mind"), Little Richard ("I Saw Her Standing There"), Delaney Bramlett ("Lost Highway"), Buddy Guy ("Hadacohl Boogie"), Don Henley ("What Makes the Irish Heart Beat"), and Kris Kristofferson ("The Pilgrim").
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