Lisa-Marie Presley's performance at Bush Hall offered sweet and soulful blues-pop that owed nothing to her father Elvis, writes Thomas H Green.
In the way of background research, I questioned two men in the Bush Hall gentlemen's loos. "Are you here because of Lisa-Marie Presley herself, or because she's Elvis's daughter?"
"She's good as well," replied the first.
Lisa Marie Presley's secret past selling fish and chips from a mobile van
She's the daughter of late music legend Elvis Presley, and has led a life of wealth and privilege.
But Lisa Marie Presley has been hiding a secret former job... selling fish and chips from a mobile van in East Sussex.
Since the 44-year-old singer moved into a £9million home in the village of Rotherfield back in 2010, it's fair to say she has fully immersed herself into local life.
THE next time you buy a bag of chips in Rotherfield you might want to take a closer look at who is serving you.
Lisa Marie Presley has been wrapping people's chips under the hood of a fish and chip van in the village.
Elvis' daughter, 44, and her guitarist husband Michael Lockwood, have embraced getting involved with local life since moving to Rotherfield two years ago.
Her secret fish and chip role delighted her friends, Kim and Justin Scales, who run the business.
Mrs Scales, also landlady of the King's Arms, said the singer could not wait to don an apron to serve people.