We regret to inform you that the Jerry Lee Lewis concert on July 1, 2019, has been cancelled and there is no reschedule date at this time. Here’s a note from the artist:
"Unfortunately, Jerry Lee Lewis will have to cancel the July 1 Nashville show at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Although Jerry Lee is progressing miraculously in his recovery following the recent stroke, he doesn’t feel his performing is yet back to the level that his fans deserve. In the meantime, Jerry Lee is continuing his rehabilitation and his team expects a full recovery, as well as a return show in Nashville in the very near future."
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With Special Guest Jacob Tolliver
It promises to be a historic evening as the incomparable Jerry Lee Lewis makes his Schermerhorn debut in his first Music City engagement since 2014. Rock ’n’ roll’s first great wildman and a musical pioneer, Lewis still boasts a one-of-a-kind, flamboyant style that will be on full display for seminal hits like “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Breathless,” “Crazy Arms,” “High School Confidential” and many more.
Few artists in music history can boast a résumé as impressive as that of “The Killer,” now in his seventh decade of an unrivaled career that includes numerous GRAMMY® Awards, induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s inaugural class, the Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and an unparalleled impact on countless rock and country artists who have followed in his footsteps.
Presented without orchestra. This concert is not eligible for ticket exchanges.