Mickey Gilley has been wowing fans with his haunting sound of Louisiana rhythm and blues since 1957. Mickey grew up with his two famous cousins, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Jimmy Swaggart, surrounded by the influence of music. Gilley made his chart topper debut with his song "Is It Wrong For Loving You." After moving to Pasadena, Texas in 1971, Gilley opened his world-famous Honky-Tonk night club. He continued to show chart success with hits like "City Lights" and "Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time" both of which reached number one on the Billboard Country Charts. At age 82, Gilley continues to tour nationwide and sing his hits!
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