Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire sheet music

Did you think of a great, sparkling, and full of energy song to start your Saturday night with?

This is why we are presenting you one of the most amazing rock songs ever - Great Balls of Fire, by Jerry Lee Lewis.

Jerry Lee Lewis is actually not playing rock and roll…he is rock and roll, as Bruce Springsteen said in one live concert of theirs.

He is the American rocker nicknamed the Killer, acting as a singer, songwriter, and pianist, playing also amazing guitar.

Lewis has been named rock and roll’s first great wild man and one of the most influential pianists of the 20th century.

We had the great opportunity to bring the free Great Balls of Fire piano sheets in front of you today, so please find your way and try playing it at your piano at home, even if we know it is not an easy one.

Great Balls of Fire was released in November 1957 by Lewis through Sun Records and it was featured in the movie Jamboree.

The song was written by Otis Blackwell and Jack Hammer, and it was produced by Sam Philips.

Once released, the free Great Balls of Fire piano sheet music embraced one of the most fantastic outcomes in the history of music.

The song was ranked as the 96th greatest song ever by Rolling Stone, sold one million copies in its first 10 days of being released in the US, and became one of the best-selling singles in the US.

Great Balls of Fire has a length of 1:52 minutes and it was released as a rock and roll and rockabilly music genres song.

It incorporates one of the greatest piano combinations, Sidney Stokes’ bass, drums, guitar, and the unique vocals by Jerry Lee Lewis, which are amazing.

The song is madly loved by everyone in the music world and it will absolutely fill your home with fun and joy, so do not hesitate to try playing it on your piano.

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Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis piano tutorial

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