Jerry Deewood Releases His First Christmas Album

jerrydeewoodcdboekjeBurges, Belgium (November 29, 2016) Belgian native Jerry Deewood is a man of many talents. With his rock and roll style similar to Elvis Presley, Jerry has recorded many Elvis songs as well as some written by himself. He has recorded and sold many Christian CDs, as well as Rock and Roll CDs. Now, Jerry has recorded a brand new Christmas CD. Rockin’ Christmas with Jerry Deewood has special guest Linda Gail Lewis, sister of rock and roll star Jerry Lee Lewis, performing two rocking songs with Deewood. Linda Gail is a “Rockabilly” Music star in her own right.

While Linda Gail adds that old rock and roll style (not to be mistaken for rock music today) on songs like “Rock ‘n Roll Christmas” and “Rockin’ With Santa”, Jerry adds an inspirational touch with songs like “The Greatest Gift Of All”.

A song penned by Jerry, “Why Should I Cry (On This Christmas)?” as well as “Pretty Paper,” “Driving Home For Christmas,” and “Winter Wonderland” give you that Elvis feel that Jerry is known for.

Available on Amazon, this CD will be a nice addition to your Christmas listening collection and bring back fond memories of that Elvis sound.

To learn more about Jerry Deewood you can go to his webpage at or on FaceBook at

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