Rock and Roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis is heading home after spending the past three months at a rehabilitation facility after suffering a stroke.
Jerry revealed news of the stroke only last month when he had to cancel shows.
He also posted the occasional picture so fans could track his progress.
The 83-year old rock and roll legend had his first hit in 1957 with ‘Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On’, recorded at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis. Of the Class of 55, the Million Dollar Quartet featuring Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Rob Orbison and Elvis Presley, he is the last surviving member.