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  1. Jerry
    December 14, 2020 @ 3:05 am

    Outstanding tribute to “The Killer” and it looked as if he enjoyed it also. Thanks for the memories!

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  2. James Jarvis
    December 14, 2020 @ 12:30 am

    I saw JLL back in about 1957. I was a kid of about 14 and thought the sun rose and set on JLL. This fellow Jacob, is quite good and I would like to have a CD by him if it is possible. I saw him in “Million Dollar Quartet” and he sizzled!! WHOA

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  3. Rosanne & Mike
    December 12, 2020 @ 8:15 pm

    Saw saw this man , Jacob Toliver LIVE performance in the play Million Dollar Quartet aboard a cruise ship. He is fantastic! Love him! Best Wishes to him and all his fans

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  4. Pete & Doris
    December 12, 2020 @ 4:22 pm

    Used to play the “air” piano to Great Balls of Fire & had it down cold. Mother made me stop after I stood up to kick the foot
    stool back & cracked the leg. Mother NOT happy.
    Back in 2005 my wife & I did a rockabilly/rock & roll tour of the south. In 17 days hit Memphis, Little Rock, Helena,
    Clarksdale, Miss & several other small towns to see local museums, juke joints, Grenada, Greenville, Vicksburg, Natchez,
    Crossed over the Mississippi to Ferriday, La., JLL’s hometown. Got a private tour of his childhood home by his older sister
    Frankie Jean. What a trip! They have a drive-thru party store attached to the side of the house & she would have to break
    away when someone wanted a 40 oz malt or pack of Kools. Found a rare rockabilly called “Snake Eyed Woman” by a group
    called The Sundowners. Fantastic sound from 1959. He was at the time living on a 200 acre estate in Northern Mississippi.

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  5. Geoffrey
    December 11, 2020 @ 7:22 pm

    Jacob Tolliver performing Jerry Lee Lewis was excellent.

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  6. Mike
    December 10, 2020 @ 11:37 pm

    Good video, good playing, and happy birthday to the “King of Rock and Roll”

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  7. Jack Stratton
    December 9, 2020 @ 6:35 pm

    I still have one of JLL’s original albums. I think it had to be his first one.
    Didn’t much care for it at first. You have to remember that this was the Elvis Era, Fats Domino, and a host of others that I…at 80 years old can’t remember.
    Those other guys and group’s Rock and Roll were a bit more subdued. JLL was in your face…loud and you had to listen closely to lyrics.

    Anyway….if I can get out to the garage, dig through the huge amount of 50’s – 60’s and 70’s stuff and can find that album, will send it to JLL.

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  8. keith melvile
    December 8, 2020 @ 3:18 pm

    fist of all, happy birthday to jerry. 2nd, the kid did a great performance and should consider doing it full time.

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  9. Paul Dammes
    December 8, 2020 @ 11:43 am

    Great show and here in the Netherlands we miss those artists but I will save it and will play it more often!

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  10. Marge Perry
    December 5, 2020 @ 11:43 am

    First of all Happy 85th Jerry Lee, We have enjoyed your music for years. Jacob had this old gal “shakin and tapping her toes” this morning and simply made her day during this terrible covid. Keep up the extremely talented playing Jacob – loved listeing to you. You may be too young but my family also used to listen to and collect “Crazy Otto” Records. By the way, it looked like Jerry Lee wanted to jump out of his chair and sit down and play too.
    Love, love, loved your performance .
    Marge

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