Personnel include: Jerry Lee Lewis (vocals, piano); Keith Richards, B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy (vocals, guitar); Delaney Bramlett, Don Henley, George Jones, John Fogerty, Kid Rock, Little Richard, Merle Haggard, Mick Jagger, Neil Young, Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, Toby Keith, Bruce Springsteen (vocals); Jimmy Rip, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Kenny Lovelace, Robbie Robertson (guitar); Ronnie Wood (pedal steel guitar); Ivan Neville (organ); Butch Hutchinson (bass guitar); Jim Keltner (drums). Around the time of his 71st birthday, rock-&-roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis unveiled LAST MAN STANDING, a celebratory outing that features a stunning cast of guest musicians, ranging from B.B. King and Little Richard to Merle Haggard and Neil Young. Among the many highlights of this album are Lewisís lively collaboration with guitarist Jimmy Page on Led Zeppelinís ĹRock Ní Roll,Ĺ a rendition that wonderfully plays up the tuneís 1950s leanings, and the Killerís honky-tonk spin on Hank Williamsís ĹLost Highway,Ĺ which points to his often-overlooked country recordings and features Delaney Bramlettís searing six-string work. Like the latter-day recordings of his old Sun labelmate Johnny Cash, this Lewis collection points to a remarkable legacy, while also displaying his still-formidable talents, resulting in a musical testament to aging impressively well.