In the Studio... Lisa Marie Presley
Lisa Marie Presley was in the Music Business Radio studios today to talk about her music career and new album, Storm & Grace.
Topics discussed include growing up as the daughter of Elvis Presley, media scrutiny, finding your voice as an artist, writing great songs, recording a great album, Simon Fuller, the differences between Memphis, Los Angeles, and Nashville, trusting your team, and more.
Lisa shared her take on songs from Storm & Grace, including Over Me, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet, Weary, Soften the Blows, and So Long.
This episode is currently being edited and will air soon.
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Say you are forty years old, own your own business, have a family, and live a great life. Can you imagine walking into a reunion and all anyone wants to discuss is your high school prom date? Or that time your mom made cupcakes for the whole third grade? Yes, you say, but you found a cure for cancer, located Hoffman, and you know who really shot JFK. "Sure, sure," someone says, "But those cupcakes were not that great." Their date adds, "What were you thinking, dating that Shmortemeirly kid?" Welcome to Lisa Marie Presley's life.
The singer will premiere a new video tribute Thursday to the King of Rock 'n' Roll in honor of the 35th anniversary of his death.
Lisa Marie Presley has planned a special treat for fans of her father.
In honor of the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, she will debut a new collaboration with the King of Rock 'n' Roll at Thursday night's tribute concert at the FedExForum in downtown Memphis. While the song she chose is being kept under wraps -- Presley wants it to be a surprise for fans at the show -- the singer did reveal that it was produced by Grammy and Oscar winner T-Bone Burnett.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Elvis Presley's ex-wife Priscilla and their only daughter Lisa Marie stunned a crowd of thousands Wednesday night when they unexpectedly greeted fans who had flocked to Graceland for a candlelight vigil marking the 35th anniversary of the singer's death.
Born into music royalty, the singer finally found her voice on her third album, Storm & Grace.