The singer has always tried to pave her own path, but at age 44, it looks like she wants to embrace her legacy. She is releasing a video in which she sings one of her famous father's songs along with him.
It's hard to believe, but Lisa Marie Presley is now two years older than her father Elvis was when he died, and she now fully understands the weight of her last name.
"When Lisa Marie Presley said she was done fighting her legacy as the only child of rock 'n' roll king Elvis, she apparently meant it," said Reuters.
Elvis' daughter went back to a 1956 album to remake a single that's being released this week.
Been a while since you've heard Elvis Presley on the radio?
As a special gift to Elvis' legion of passionate fans, his daughter, Lisa Marie, rerecorded the song "I Love You Because," from the King's very first album, to be played during the 35th anniversary of her father's death this past August. But the song and its accompanying video—a duet between father and daughter—were such a hit during the Elvis Week celebration that Lisa Marie is releasing the single to iTunes today (Oct. 16). The video will premiere on CMT on Thursday (Oct. 18).
The Presley pair star in new music video
When Lisa Marie Presley said she was done fighting her legacy as the only child of rock 'n' roll king Elvis Presley, she apparently meant it. Lisa Marie Presley's new video, I Love You Because, is an emotional duet with her late father.
Due to premiere on Thursday on country music TV channel CMT in the U.S. and CMT.com, the video was recorded in August for the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death.
Lisa Marie Presley has been away from the music scene for seven years but this week marks her return with a new album Storm & Grace.
I caught up with the singer/song-writer to chat about the new album, the new sound and what lies ahead.
- You are about to release your new album Storm & Grace so what can fans expect from this new record?
I think it is just more of a broken down, stripped down, organic record than I have done before. It is less produced and it is more of a rootsy and Americana album; it was written in England ha-ha.