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Linda Gail Lewis

Linda Gail Lewis
Lewis's opening act prior to her brother's set
Background information
Born (1947-07-18) July 18, 1947
Ferriday, Louisiana United States
Genres Country, rock and roll
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Vocals, piano
Years active 1963–present
Labels Smash
Ball & Chain
Associated acts Jerry Lee Lewis
Van Morrison
Website Official website

Linda Gail Lewis (born 18 July 1947 in Ferriday, Louisiana) is an American singer and pianist. She is the sister of Jerry Lee Lewis. She has recorded with Stephen Ackles, Van Morrison, and with her brother. She also has recorded with her two daughters, MaryJean Ferguson and Annie Marie Dolan, in a group called the Lewis 3. She is married to Eddie Braddock, former Stax promotions director.



Year Album US Country Label
1969 The Two Sides Of Linda Gail Lewis Smash
Together (with Jerry Lee Lewis) 8
1990 International Affair New Rose
1991 Do You Know Lewis
Rockin' With Linda - Recorded Live In London Deep Elem
1992 I'll Take Memphis Fox
1995 Love Makes the Difference Icehouse
1999 Linda Gail Lewis Sire/Lantasi
2000 You Win Again (with Van Morrison) Virgin
2001 Rock 'n' Roll Special (with The Firebirds) Rockville
2002 Out Of The Shadows Evine/Ten35/Lantasi
Rock 'n' Roll LGL
2004 Boogie Woogie Country Gal Castle
Lie and Deny Lantasi
2005 Me and the Boys in the Band
2006 Rock, Roll & Remember CB Artists
Hungry Hill Benlim
2007 Dazed and Confused Collecting
You Were There Ball and Chain
The Queen of Rock 'n' Roll Live in France Big Beat
2010 You & Me & Sweet Rock 'n' Roll - Best from Sweden Ball and Chain


Year Single Chart Positions Label
US Country CAN Country
1963 "Teenage Letter" (with Jerry Lee Lewis) Sun
"Nothin’ Shakin’ (But the Leaves on the Tree)"
1965 "Break Up the Party" ABC
"Green Green Grass of Home" (with Jerry Lee Lewis) Smash
1967 "Jim Dandy" (as Linda Lewis) Columbia
1968 "Good" Smash
1969 "T-H-E E-N-D"
"Don't Let Me Cross Over" (with Jerry Lee Lewis) 9
"He's Loved Me Much Too Much"
"Roll Over Beethoven" (with Jerry Lee Lewis) 71 12
1970 "My Heart Was the Last One to Know"
"Before the Snow Flies"
1971 "Working Girl" Mercury
1972 "Handwriting on the Wall" (with Jerry Lee Lewis)
"Smile Somebody Loves You" 39
"He's Loved Me Much Too Much"
1974 "I Wanna Be a Sensuous Woman"
"The Joy and Love You Bring"
1995 "Love Makes the Difference" Bellmark
2000 "Let's Talk About Us" (with Van Morrison) Virgin
"Real Gone Lover" (with Van Morrison)
"No Way Pedro" (with Van Morrison)
"A Shot of Rhythm & Blues" (with Van Morrison)
2002 "Baby, I'm in Love" Lantasi
2004 "Lie and Deny"
2005 "Me and the Boys in the Band"

As "The Lewis 3"

  • Perfect World (Ame Dane/Castle Music) (2006)
  • Merry Christmas From Nashville (Benlin Music) (2006)

Import CDs

  • Think Twice Before You Go (Swingin' Pig) (2001) with Van Morrison
  • The Early Sides Of Linda Gail Lewis (Smash Records) (2005)
  • Early Rocking Country Days (Jukebox Records) (2005)

Videos and DVDs

  • The Jerry Lee Lewis Show (various labels) guest appearance
  • Jerry Lee Lewis - I Am What I Am (various labels) guest appearance
  • Micke Muster - Live! (Silverrock Music) (2004) guest appearance
  • Jerry Lee Lewis - Killer Piano (Alfred Publishing Co.) (2007) guest appearance
  • The Queen Of Rock 'n' Roll Live in France (Big Beat Records) (2007)
  • The Many Sounds of Jerry Lee (ClassicCountryDVD) (2010) guest appearance

External links

  • Official website
  • Rockabilly Hall of Fame site
  • Tour schedule
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