Lisa Marie will be at Red Eye Records in Sydney to sign copies of Storm and Grace. The album will be on sale that day.
Here's where/when to show up:
Red Eye Records
143 York St, Sydney
Thursday, March 20th
On the eve of her Australian tour, Lisa Marie speaks with 7News.
TODAY entertainment editor Richard Wilkins chats to the King of Rock n’ Roll's daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, about her upcoming Australian tour.
Lisa will be performing at this year's Quantum Collective Southwest Invasion during SXSW on the Whole Foods Rooftop in Austin! Two full days of amazing music and fun! RSVP here.
FEATURING LISA MARIE PRESLEY
AIRS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 AT 9PM ET/PT ON OWN: OPRAH WINFREY NETWORK
"Oprah: Where Are They Now?" tracks down "Oprah Show" guests who made you laugh...and made you cry. This week, Lisa Marie Presley talks about her new Storm & Grace tour, her parenting style, and her iconic father Elvis in an all-new episode airing this Friday, February 14 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
Watch a sneak peek of the episode:
NATICK - Lisa Marie Presley pushed aside the sticks and stones of critics Friday night, solidly rocking The Verve at the Natick Crowne Plaza with her five-member band and a talent all her own.
Wailing away on a pair of drums with felt mallets at times, the daughter of the king of rock 'n' roll revealed an edgy, haunting blues sound to which she adds a touch of the Go-Go's. She was confident in her singing and has formed a tight-knit musical family that includes her husband, guitarist and musical director Michael Lockwood; keyboardist/vocalist and former Bigelf member Damon Fox; drummer John Sands; Jamison Hollister on mandolin/pedal steel; and Luis Maldonado on electric bass/vocals.
During the 75-minute set Presley featured mostly songs from her latest album, "Storm & Grace," a solid endeavor produced by T Bone Burnett, including memorable renditions of "Over Me," "So Long," and "Sticks and Stones." Keyboardist Fox, and Lockwood with his colorful series of Gretsch hollow-body guitars, juiced things up just enough without stealing the show from its star.