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.
Lisa Marie Presley graces the cover of Nashville Lifestyle Magazine and is a focus of the story, "25 Most Beautiful People".
Lisa Marie tells us how her new life in England has helped her to find calmness and how it helped her to write new material.
She says that life outside of America helps her to escape media scrutiny.
She tells us a great story of how she helped to care for a baby lamb.
Lisa Marie's new album 'Storm & Grace' is out on the 15th of October.
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Lisa Marie Presley whose critically acclaimed album ‘Storm & Grace’, her first new record in 7 years, set to be released on October 15th in the UK, has announced her first ever UK gig on October 4th at London’s Bush Hall.
Tickets are priced at £29.50 and will go on sale from 9.30 am on Wednesday, September 26th.
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It's a quiet Monday night in Soho and we somehow find ourselves at what must surely be the most exclusive gig in town. We arrive in time for folk stalwart, Polly Paulusma, the small British girl with a southern American soul. She begins with 'Last Week Me', a catchy ear-worm of a tune that burrows into the brain and will have you humming, "I'll be happy as a little mayfly" for days on end. Vocally, she's more reminiscent of Dolly Parton and the Grand Ole Opry tradition than anything springing from these shores, and is tonight accompanied by John on double bass.
Last week, i-D online joined Lisa Marie Presley in Soho as she debuted Storm and Grace, her haunting new goth blues album – which she wrote at her new home in England.
Lisa Marie has been reluctant to discuss the album's lyrics, but the therapeutic nature of Storm and Grace leaves little doubt. Her performance was as haunting as the album. Standing next to her husband and guitarist Michael Lockwood, she was dressed in a floor-length black dress and big black desert boots, her signature Memphis blow-dry as big as ever, and seemed as stripped down emotionally as her show was technically. And as Lisa Marie's tiny frame belted out those poignant lyrics, it was impossible not to get taken by this person, whose life has been shaped by the greatest musical legends to ever hit the planet.