She was born rock 'n' roll royalty with all the good (money, instant fame) and bad (your entire life is under constant scrutiny, obsessive fans asking whether you can sing like your daddy).
But though she's been famous since birth, Lisa Marie Presley is only now coming into her own as an artist at age 44 after surprising many people by starting her music career in her mid 30s with her slick debut album, "To Whom It May Concern" in 2003.
Lisa Marie Presley was in the Music Business Radio studios 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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Lisa Marie Presley has removed the ''bad people'' from her life.
The 44-year-old singer - the daughter of the late Elvis Presley and his wife Priscilla - has left Los Angeles to live in England and only felt ready to make a new album after making some other changes to her life.
The mother-of-four told The Sun newspaper: ''I just needed a break, a change of scenery. I had to get rid of everything that was around me.