Born into a life surrounded by country and rock and roll, Linda Gail Lewis honed her skills at an early age with the help of her late brother Jerry Lee Lewis. Now, as she further cements herself among the music elite with her unique piano stylings and lyrical messages, Lewis has unveiled a ripping new rockabilly single with iconic Texas guitarist Danny B. Harvey (Lemmy Kilmister, Nancy Sinatra) and former Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom. “Diggin’ My Way Out of Hell” is available via Cleopatra Records at https://orcd.co/e0n5kle.
Originally written and recorded by Lewis and Oliver Dolan at Sun Studios in Memphis, TN (the same place as many late great legends like Johnny Cash and her own brother Jerry Lee Lewis), the trio’s rendition of “Diggin’ My Way Out of Hell” possesses electric personas, poetic lyricisms, and killer piano melodies that are a nod to the past while looking toward the future.
Lewis first learned to play “The Tennessee Waltz” on piano at two years old, Lewis has had a knack for melding traditional country sounds with high-energy rock and roll melodies. This single, “Diggin’ My Grave,” is an amalgamation of decades of musical passion and experience, paired with talented instrumentals that will leave fans in awe. Harvey’s impeccable tone and unique tactics are perfectly complimented by Phantom’s killer rhythmic stylings, and with powerful lyrics that tie it all together, this trio manages to perfectly marry modern rockabilly and vintage country sound.
To order Linda Gail Lewis, Danny B. Harvey and Slim Jim Phantom, “Diggin’ My Way Out Of Hell,” visit https://orcd.co/e0n5kle.
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