Singer/songwriter and Dickson resident Jamie Teachenor will perform Saturday night along with the legendary Jerry Lee Lewis as The Killer makes his first appearance at his new club on Beale Street in Memphis. Teachenor, who cites Lewis as one of his influences and frequently bangs out versions of “Great Balls of Fire,” “Whole Lotta Shakin’” and other Lewis hits on the piano in his live shows, will be a guest performer in a show Saturday at the new Jerry Lee Lewis Cafe and Honky Tonk on the famous strip in Memphis. The new club opened in May in the former Pat O’Brien’s location and Saturday night will mark Lewis’ first performance in the honky tonk that bears his name. Even at age 77, Lewis is still pounding the piano, including a recent performance at the Beale Street Music Fest. According to the club’s Facebook page, ’60s Welsh heartthrob Tom Jones also has promised to show up Saturday night. Tickets for Saturday night’s performance are $100 and were being sold through an online lottery. The 8 pm show will be broadcast live on SiriusXM radio’s Outlaw Country channel. Teachenor is an Arkansas native who moved to Dickson and last year released his debut album, “The Departure.” He has written songs recorded by Luke Bryan, Trace Adkins, Trisha Yearwood, Montgomery Gentry, Gretchen Wilson, Joey and Rory and others. He is currently working on an EP titled “Waiting Room” for release later this year.