NESBIT, Miss. (AP) — There's a whole lot of sellin' going on at the home of rock 'n' roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis.
An estate sale continues Saturday at Lewis' home in the Mississippi suburbs of Memphis, Tennessee.
Lewis' son, Jerry Lee Lewis III, wrote on Facebook that his father and stepmother, Judith, aren't moving. But they want to sell excess furniture and memorabilia that the 81-year-old has accumulated during a career spanning seven decades.
WMC-TV (http://bit.ly/290EUhI) reports that fans came from as far away as Germany and Australia on Friday to try and buy something that had belonged to the pianist and singer. They were already lining up at 1:30 a.m.
Some of the items for sale included vintage records, custom jackets, and a Rolls Royce.