Jerry Lee Lewis is back home after spending three months in a rehabilitation center following his stroke.
The 83-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer suffered a stroke on March 1st and was transferred to a rehabilitation center shortly after.
His scheduled performances in April, May, and June were canceled so Lewis could focus on his health.
Lewis is now back home, and his publicist says he is right on track to be back on stage soon. Lewis will be heading into the studio in the next couple of months to record a Gospel record.