If Elvis Presley is "the King," then "the Princess" made her Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville this week. Lisa Marie Presley performed songs from her newest album, Storm & Grace, on the legendary stage of the Grand Ole Opry House for an enthusiastic audience.
It's been quite a busy week in the life and career of Lisa Marie Presley. With a promotional stop in Music City to talk about her album "Storm & Grace," she could be found all over Nashville. Monday had her attending a luncheon in her honor at the city's BMI offices, and Tuesday would see the songstress make her debut on a stage her father played six decades ago: the Grand Ole Opry.
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.
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