Jack White to reissue Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison singles

Jack White's Third Man Records have announced plans to reissue singles by Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and DA Hunt as part of a partnership it has with Sun Records. As Uncut previously reported, Third Man have already reissued three Sun 7"s - Johnny Cash's "Get Rhythm", Rufus Thomas' "Bear Cat" and The Prisonaires' "Just Walking In The Rain" on May 21.

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Jack White‘s Third Man Records have announced plans to reissue singles by Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and DA Hunt as part of a partnership it has with Sun Records.

As Uncut previously reported, Third Man have already reissued three Sun 7″s – Johnny Cash‘s “Get Rhythm”, Rufus Thomas’ “Bear Cat” and The Prisonaires’ “Just Walking In The Rain” on May 21.

This new batch consists of Jerry Lee Lewis‘ “Great Balls of Fire”, DA Hunt’s “Lonesome Old Jail” and Orbison’s “Rockhouse”.

Third Man will announce “Sun Ray” limited editions of each single, on marbled black and yellow vinyl, shortly.


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