A monumental figure on the American landscape, Jerry Lee Lewis spent his childhood raising hell in Louisiana and Mississippi; galvanized the world with hit records like "Great Balls of Fire"; caused riots with his incendiary performances; nearly scuttled his career by marrying his thirteen-year-old second cousin; ran a decades-long marathon of drugs, drinking, and women; nearly met his maker, twice; suffered the deaths of two sons and two wives and the indignity of an IRS raid; performed with everyone from Elvis Presley to Keith Richards to Kid Rock-and survived it all to be hailed as "one of the most creative and important figures in American popular culture and a paradigm of the Southern experience."
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