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October 15th 2008

Michael Lockwood and Lisa Marie Presley Name Twins

I read today that Michael Lockwood and Lisa Marie Presley named their twins Finley and Harper.

Michael Lockwood and Lisa Marie Presley They welcomed two baby girls on Tuesday, October 7,2008


Lisa Marie Presley and her husband, rocker Michael Lockwood, are now on double diaper duty.

They "welcomed two baby girls on Tuesday, October 7, by C-section at 2:46 p.m.," her rep confirms to "The babies weighed 5 lbs., 15oz., and 5 lbs., 2 oz."

Adds the rep, "The babies and mom are happy and healthy and resting at home."

No further information, including the babies' names, is being released at this time.

Us Weekly first broke the news in July that Lisa Marie was expecting two.

Her mother Priscilla confirmed the report in August. (Turns out, Lisa Marie's dad, Elvis, was a twin, and Priscilla has younger brothers who are twins.)

"We are beyond thrilled and blessed, elated and saturated in happiness," Lisa Marie later blogged on her MySpace page.

She added that she is not recording new music "as there isn't much room for breathing and singing right now.

"Writing and recording will resume when the little occupants in there have decided to join the outside world," she said.

Lisa Marie -- who wed Lockwood in 2006 -- has two children from a previous marriage to Danny Keough.


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August 5, 2008


ET breaks the news that Lisa Marie Presley is expecting twins with hubby Michael Lockwood! And Lisa Marie tells ET they're due in the fall! Twins run in the Presley family. Lisa Marie's dad, Elvis, was a twin, and her mother, Priscilla, has younger brothers who are twins. Priscilla Presley tells ET, "She wanted it really to be kept a secret for a long time, you know, and I think women should, because they should be able to announce what they're having and when it's time to make the announcement."


Sunday, May 04, 2008

Re: The Daily Mail

Current mood: cantankerous

Lisa Marie Presley

"On March 4, we published a photograph of Lisa Marie Presley while she was dining with friends. We suggested she might have an unhealthy appetite similar to her late father. We now accept that the suggestion is untrue and apologize to Ms Presley for any distress caused." The Daily Mail in London jumped the gun in the middle of discussing our settlement agreements and posted this in their paper this past Friday. It could have easily gone unnoticed, but I am sure they would never have wanted that to be the case. (insert smile of sarcasm and eye brow goes up here). It never ceases to amaze me how hard it is to get an apology and when you finally do it is NEVER in the same context or magnitude as the original slanderous story. Regardless, I accept their attempt at redemption. Also, anything else that comes from this will go directly into the Presley Charitable Foundation which will go towards building the New Presley Place in New Orleans. No, I'm not quite done yet. I get immense pleasure out of making something good come from something bad. For those who have been asking recently, The duet of" In the Ghetto " was only up on ITUNES for about a month and a half last August /September and it made approximately 150 thousand dollars for the project. A great start but still only a start. I have many ideas about fund raisers for this in the future. In the meantime, I miss you as much as you miss me, I miss being on the road! I'm feeling unusually well and happy being pregnant thank you. (For those who have asked). I am still writing the 3rd record yes. (For those who have wondered about that Writing with many different people. That's about it for now. I hope you are well and doing alright yourselves. I Always love hearing from you, here or wherever you comment or write to me. ~LMP

By Pete Norman Originally posted Friday May 02, 2008 08:45 AM EDT A newspaper has been forced to apologize to Lisa Marie Presley ľ who is pregnant ľ over claims she was pursuing a poor diet like her late father, Elvis. Last month, Britain's Daily Mail published a photo of Presley, dressed down and without makeup, eating with friends in Los Angeles, and the accompanying article said she was "growing just like her dad." Presley's lawyers sued for libel, and on Friday the newspaper printed an apology: "On March 4 we published a photograph of Lisa Marie Presley while she was dining with friends. We suggested she might have an unhealthy appetite similar to her late father. We now accept that the suggestion is untrue and apologize to Ms. Presley for any distress caused." In fact, Presley, 40, felt forced to reveal her pregnancy secret two days after the article appeared. "I have had to show my cards and announce under the gun and under vicious personal attack that I am in fact pregnant," she wrote on her MySpace Celebrity blog. "My client is deeply upset and offended by this article, especially as it was widely published just as she and her family were meant to be celebrating her happy news," her legal rep, Simon Smith, said at the time. Presley ľ who has two teenagers, daughter Riley, 18, and son Benjamin, 15, with ex Danny Keough ľ and her husband Michael Lockwood will welcome their first child in the fall. Article Source:,,20197440,00.html?xid=rss-topheadlines-yahoobuzz

March 15th 2008

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March 14th 2008

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LISA MARIE PRESLEY has an extra special reason for gaining babyweight while pregnant - she is expecting twins. The daughter of rock 'n' roll king Elvis Presley is four-and-a-half months pregnant with her third and fourth kids - her first with fourth husband Michael Lockwood. American magazine Star claims the couple is expecting twins at the end of August (08), and state at least one will be a boy. One of Presley's California neighbours tells the tabloid, "Michael told me that he and Lisa have been trying to get pregnant for about a year. "He also said that they had a sonogram two weeks ago, and (one) baby opened its legs, and they saw something! Michael was beaming." Presley, who has two teenage children with ex-husband Danny Keogh, is currently planning to sue a publication that accused her of being fat, forcing her to reveal her pregnancy.

March 13th 2008


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March 11th 2008

Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Lockwood

Singer Lisa Marie Presley is suing the Daily Mail for libel over publishing an article alleging she is overweight. The 40-year-old daughter of Elvis Presley said the story, which was widely republished worldwide, forced her to confirm she is expecting a baby. Her UK laywer Simon Smith said claims that she had an "unhealthy appetite" and is "growing like her dad" had left the star "deeply upset and offended". Presley called the press "disgusting" on her MySpace page. The singer, who is issuing the libel claim against the Daily Mail's publishers, Associated Newspapers, at the High Court in London, also explained why she was forced into disclosing her pregnancy. "I have had to show my cards and announce under the gun and under vicious personal attack that I am in fact pregnant," she wrote. 'Badgering and harassing' The announcement comes days after photos of Presley eating lunch in Los Angeles emerged in some newspapers poking fun at her weight gain. "Once they got a glimpse of my expanding physique a few days ago, they have been like a pack of coyotes circling their prey whilst eerily howling with delight," said Presley. She claimed publications in London, New York and Chicago wrote "false defamatory degrading stories" about why she could be putting on weight. "Now that things are confirmed, hopefully they can stop all of the harassment and I can stop dodging the continuous bullets," she said. Addressing other women she added: "You know if you were pregnant and you felt you were expanding uncontrollably by the moment as a result, and the worldwide media started badgering and harassing you for it, plastering you everywhere in an unflattering light, you would be mortified as well." Speaking to the Associated Press, her spokeswoman Cindy Guagenti said some of the stories had gone too far. "It's like, 'she's gonna die like her father', 'her and her mom are in a fight because of her weight' - that's not true at all. It's just awful stuff," she said. Presley said both she and husband, music producer Michael Lockwood, were "incredibly happy" about their news. She already has an 18-year-old daughter and a 15-year-old son from her first marriage to musician to Danny Keough. She briefly married Michael Jackson in 1994 and then actor Nicolas Cage. Article Source:

March. 7, 2008

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Friday, March 07, 2008

Confirmation under the gun.

After being the target all week of slanderous and degrading stories, horribly manipulated pictures and articles in the media, I have had to show my cards and announce under the gun and under vicious personal attack that I am in fact pregnant. Once they got a glimpse of my expanding physique a few days ago, they have been like a pack of coyotes circling their prey whilst eerily howling with delight. Starting with a London publication and then New York and Chicago all writing false defamatory degrading stories about all of the dark possible reasons I could be putting on weight. The US tabloids have been calling all day wanting confirmation on all kinds of insane theories. They couldn't wait to find out if my weight gain was because I was just overeating, in which case It would be open season and they can do the old following in her fathers sad and unfortunate demise story again or less interesting for them and probably much to their dismay, I could just be pregnant and therefore have a legitimate reason for weight gain at which point they should probably wipe the saliva off of their fangs and put them back in their mouths or they may expose the black little souls that they are. Now that things are confirmed, hopefully they can stop all of the harassment and I can stop dodging the continuous bullets. It is unfortunate that I couldn't have announced something that is this much of a blessing and that has made us so incredibly happy under better circumstances. How they have handled themselves with this has been nothing short of irresponsible and disgusting. Pardon my seething contemptuous tone but ladies, You KNOW if you were pregnant and you felt you were expanding uncontrollably by the moment as a result and the worldwide media started badgering and harassing you for it, plastering you everywhere in an unflattering light, you would be mortified as well. Sincerely, ~LMP

Video Premiere: Elvis and Lisa Marie Presley's 'In the Ghetto'

Posted Aug 16th 2007 9:01PM by Beville Darden Filed under: News, VideoVideo, Premiere

To commemorate the 30th anniversary of her father's death, Lisa Marie Presley not only decided to sing, but to sing with him. "I wanted to use this for something good," she tells Spinner of her posthumous 'In the Ghetto' duet with Elvis Presley. "All fingers pointed towards New Orleans." She filmed the video in the hurricane-ravaged city, and all proceeds from the video and single will benefit a new Presley Place transitional housing campus there.

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Wed Jun 4 2003, 2:29 PM ET WASHINGTON - The Recording Industry Association of America has awarded Presley a gold record for her debut album, "To Whom It May Concern." It sold 500,000 copies in just a month of release.

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1. S.O.B.

2. The Road Between

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7. Important

8. So Lovely

9. Indifferent

10. Gone

11. To Whom It May Concern

12. Excuse Me (Hidden Track)

My First Lisa Marie Presley Poll On Her First CD, To Whom This May Concern.

What is Your Favorite Lisa Marie Presley Song?

Answers Votes Percent

1. S.O.B. 64 15%

2. The Road Between 18 4%

3. Lights Out 113 27%

4. Better Beware 17 4%

5. Nobody Noticed It 64 15%

6. Sinking In 36 9%

7. Important 27 6%

8. So Lovely 26 6%

9. Indifferent 22 5%

10. Gone 33 8%

Lisa Marie's debut album, To Whom It May Concern, had entered the Billboard album charts at #5, selling over 140,000 copies in its first week and making it one of the year's highest debuts and the only such major debut from a female solo new artist. Order your copy today!

May 12 London 2003, England Live at CC Club

May 17 Los Angeles, CA (Pasadena) KIIS FM "Wango Tango 2003" (Rose Bowl)

Pat Benatar and Lisa Marie Presley sang the song Heartbreaker during the VH1 Divas Duets show on Thursday, May 22, 2003, in Las Vegas.The Song HeartBreaker Was Made Popular By Pat Benatar.

May 24 2003 Houston, TX 104 KRBE's "Green Mountain Energy Earth Day Festival" (Eleanor Tinsley Park)

May 25 2003 Long Island, NY BLI's "Summer Jam 2003" (Jones Beach Theater)

May 30 2003Camden, NJ "Q102 Concert" (Tweeter Center at the Waterfront)

May 31st 2003 Concert That Was At Boston, MA (Mansfield) KISS 108's "KISS Concert 2003" (Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts)

June 1 2003 East Rutherford, NJ (Guest host)

Z100's "Zootopia 2003" (Giants Stadium)

June 1 2003 USA VH1's "Driven"

June 2 2003 Chicago, IL The Mix's "Eric & Kathy"

June 4, 2003 Lisa at halftime of NBA game.

June 4th San Antonio, TX (ABC-TV) halftime show at NBA Finals, New Jersey vs. San Antonio (SBC Center)

Capitol Records recording artist Lisa Marie Presley tiped off the NBA Finals 2003 musical entertainment with a special performance during halftime of Game 1 on Wednesday, June 4 2003.

June 7 2003 Baltimore, MD (Free Show) Mix 106.5 "Mix fest" (Power Plant Live)

June 20 2003 New York, NY NBC's "Today Show Summer Concert" (Rockfeller Plaza)

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June 26 2003 Windsor,UK

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July 11 2003 Boston, MA Fleet Boston Pavilion

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July 12 2003 Hyannis, MA Cape Cod Melody Tent with Chris Isaak

July 13 2003 Portland, ME Merrill Auditorium with Chris Isaak

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Lisa Was on the Regis and Kelly TV show on July 15th and on the Late Show with David Letterman on July 14th.

July 15 Hampton, NH Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom This Was Lisa's first Headline Show.

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I Was at this Show, We got there Early and Luckily were Fourth in Line,The Line was Miles long after we Stood in Line,and Whole Place was Packed,we Managed To Be in the Front Row,We Estimated The Stage was 2 Feet in front of Us,Lisa's First Headline Show Was Great.

Another Great Thing is Five Members of the True Fans For Elvis Fan Club Was There,And They were In Back of us in Line , Check our Elvis Presley Web Site For More Info About The Fan Club,The Club is Out of Portland ME and Was Formed in 1977 in Augusta.

While Fans Were Waiting in Line , Some Could Hear Lisa Rehearsing For The 8:00PM Concert , a Little From Out Side While she Was Rehearsing in the NH Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom , Doors Opened at 6:30pm The Line Started at 4:00pm.

Inside The Hamton Beach Casino , The True Fans For Elvis and Myself were all in front . I Am Also A Long Time Member of the True Fan's , It Was A Nice Suprise Because I Did Not Expect them , other Than Another Friend of Mine Who is Also A Member , We Were All In The Front of the Stage.

Unfortunatly I Didnt Really get to talk to her, I Was Happy To Get an AutoGraph.

There were Two Others Who Managed Somehow To Meet Lisa Backstage Somehow at a Past Concert,They Had Pictures of Themselves with Lisa,The Concert Was Great, Im Glad I Got to Be in The Front Row,And Got an autograph ,It Was A Excellent Performance and im Very Glad i Went,Lisa Was Awsome.

Before The Show There Were Signs Per Order of Artist No Cameras Allowed

Lisa Did Though, Wave to Everyone and Thanked Everyone Before Entering her Tour Bus.

Cameras Were Allowed at the Signing

A Special Thanks to My Friend Joe Karas , He Is a good Friend Of Mine , and He Took Some Pictures of Lisa Marie During The Signing , He Sent Me A Photo of Lisa Signing Autographs Shown Below ,and A Article on the Concert Titled Reflections and some thoughts from a former 1950's Teenager... ,Joe also Took Pictures of Lisa's Tour Bus They Came out Great.

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Reflections and some thoughts from a former 1950's Teenager... By, Joe Karas Used with Permission
LISA-MARIE PRESLEY at THE CASINO - HAMPTON BEACH, NH 7/15/2003 Reflections and some thoughts from a former 1950s teenager... By, Joe Karas

I was a teenager when Elvis hit the scene in the 1950s. Ive always enjoyed his music. Blue Hawaii, and Loving You are my favorite Elvis movies. But not until the early 1990s, when I visited Graceland, did I become a Serious Fan.I began reading books about Elvis. Today I have a rather extensive Elvis library. Archival mounting paper, and UV glass protect The Kings autograph. Im even a member of an Elvis Fan Club. As of July 2003, our club has donated over $30,000.00 dollars to a camp in Maine for children with life threatening diseases and their families. Elvis was one of the worlds greatest philanthropists. His thoughtfulness, and generosity inspires countless Elvis fans. Thousands in need are helped everyday by Elvis Fan Clubs around the world. Ive had the pleasure of spending wonderful days with some extraordinary people who knew Elvis personally. These friendships continue to this day.

Of course Ive read about Lisa Marie as Elvis and Priscillas daughter. Over the years who has not caught glimpses of Elvis' daughter on the front pages of the tabloids? This past May, a friend offered to play for me, Lisa Maries debut album: To Whom It May Concern. We listened to the entire CD. I read all the lyrics to all the songs, and all the credit notes as well. I decided I wanted to see her in person. When I was told she was going to perform at Hampton Beachs Casino I thought this would be the ideal opportunity. Lisa's first gig alone with no opening act. Although the popular Boston band, Avari played before Lisa's performance, there was no national headline act billed with her at The Casino.

I got there early. About 4:45 PM for an 8:00 PM show. At the back of The Casino was a trailer, and a huge travel van, or bus. Men and women were going up and down the stairs carrying equipment. I met a guy named Chris who, I discovered, was one of the musicians in the Averi band. I congratulated him on his band landing such an impressive gig. It was a pleasure meeting Chris. I found him to be a very kind, sincere person, who, understandably, was thrilled to be alive July 15, 2003!

I walked around to the front of the Casino, and met friends already standing in line. Although having been a rock and roll radio disc jockey in Springfield and Worcester, Massachusetts in the 1960s, it had been a while since my last Rock concert. I saw Roy Orbison and Rick Nelson at The Casino years ago. There were tables and chairs on the floor in front of the stage for those shows. However, while standing in line for Lisa's concert, it was explained to me that the area in front of the stage is now open with no tables and chairs. Today, many fans like to watch entire concerts standing. We decided, when the doors opened, we would head for the railing right in front of the stage, and stand! And thats what we did!

With patrons of all ages making their way inside, The Casino came alive! The open, standing area filled up quickly. Right behind me was a mother and father and two young daughters. One 9, the other 10. Dad was a big Elvis fan. The girls had been listening to Elvis songs since birth. I asked what they liked about Lisa Marie? I think it was the 9 year old who said: I like how Lisa Marie looks like her father! Her sister's answer: I like the way she sings! The sisters took turns holding a colorful home made cardboard sign: We Love You Lisa! I discovered some senior members of the crowd were there simply because they wanted to see a part of Elvis Presley.

There were numerous young teenage girls at the concert.

I asked a cute, talkative young teenager with a black leather hat, black leather vest, black leather pants, and spiked, black leather bracelet, what attracted her to Lisa Marie? She told me it was a TV interview. She liked Lisa's attitude! Thought she was cool. So she bought a ticket to see her. A delightful Marblehead, Massachusetts couple who are members of Lisa's fan club, spoke with me. They were not teenagers. Perhaps twenties, thirties. They shared brilliant photos of themselves with Lisa Marie! These were taken back stage after one of Lisa Marie's recent Massachusetts concerts.

At last! Lisa walked to her microphone, the show began! What a New Hampshire Welcome! She worked a wireless mike with her right hand, and held on to the tall, empty, silver mike stand with her left hand. A nearby music stand held an open binder. I presume, filled with pages of lyrics. Lisa glanced at the binder now and then. After each song, she turned a page. Personally, I really enjoyed her hit single: Lights Out. In my opinion, Lisa's singing was moving, strong, and effective. The band was powerful. The music they made drove the crowd wild! On two occasions either Lisa lost the band, or the band lost her. Thats approximately how she explained it. They had to stop, apologize, re-group, and begin over. The fans didnt care, they supported her, and her band with encouraging applause. As far as the fans were concerned, no one on stage could do anything wrong. Before the concert began, we invited the 9 and 10 year olds to stand in front of us on the railing so they could get a good view of their star! Lisa saw their sign, waved, and smiled our way. All of us enjoyed Lisa's acknowledgement, especially the young sisters!

I know some lovely devoted Elvis fans who are hurt, and completely disgusted with certain language found in Lisa's debut album. I couldnt figure out the L M F P in white lettering on the front of black concert T-shirts. On sale for thirty dollars, a lot of fans were wearing them. Heres the answer: Lisa Marie (Obscenity: The F word) Presley. There are endless possibilities with the English language. Clever, creative, mystifying lyrics impress me. I ask: Is it a good thing to use certain words and phrases that appear in Lisa's album? In one song, right after Lisa sang: You blew my...(Obscenity)...mind she broke into a shy grin. The sturdy approving applause immediately following indicated all out support for such a step taken. I realize some words considered obscene years ago, are no longer considered obscene, and are used by all of us today. Is Lisa just a bit ahead of time? It is argued this is Lisa being herself. Shes being honest, and direct. This is how she expresses herself at times. In this very personal album one finds the real Lisa Marie Presley with no punches pulled. One could say: Hey, these are only words.But words can be powerful...very powerful. We must be careful when we speak and write. Im sure Lisa was very careful in creating this album. But, I wonder at times if, now, she thinks it was the best thing to do. To use such language. There is no taking of the Lords name in vain. No curses against God. None of that at all. But could it all have been done even more effectively? Was it worth having so many nice people disappointed? Could the same great emotions be accomplished in song without turning to the crude gutter language of today? Boring language most of us are aware of. No big deal. We know these words and expressions. Weve heard just about all of them. Do we need to introduce 9 and 10 year olds to them this way? Do we really need to hear them again? Are we supposed to be impressed by them? How about bringing us to a higher level by using the best words in the language to build new, exciting communication. Perhaps the shock of these words and expressions found in an album of songs by such a well known celebrity of today brings us to a new appreciation of honesty. Even if that honesty disappoints and offends some of us, including me. Im still looking at this from many angles. Im trying to be open about it. I think I understand many sides of the story, but, I admit, Im still learning, and willing to learn more.

A loud, sustained, standing brought everyone back on stage for a few more songs! At the very end of the concert, The Casino was filled with joyful, appreciative applause, and smiling faces.

It was rumored Lisa planned to greet fans and sign autographs near her bus. We found a place along the rope surrounding one of the spectacular busses. After a very long wait in the perfect summer night, fans were rewarded. Lisa Marie appeared, and began signing everything from wrinkled tiny bits of paper to publicity photos. New Hampshire Loves You! Please Come Back! The crowd of about two hundred fans was orderly, respectful, and enthusiastic!

The gorgeous, almost unbelievable travel busses exited the parking lot with a motorcycle escort flashing blue lights. The Kings daughter, late one summer night, traveling down a New Hampshire highway.....

My To Whom it May Concern CD Insert Lisa Signed For Me

Check Out the Lisa Marie Presley Video On "S.O.B. Tour, Part 1"

One Of The Neat Things About The S.O.B. Tour, Part 1 Video Is I was At The NewHampshire Show And am In The Video Quickly

July 16 2003 Westbury, NY Westbury Music Fair (with Chris Isaak)

July 17 2003 Pittsburgh, PA Amphitheater at Station Square (with Chris Isaak)

July 19 2003 Atlantic City, NJ Trump Marina (with Chris Isaak)

July 20 2003 Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony

July 21, 2003 - Beacon Theater, NY

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July 23 2003 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap Filene Center with Chris Isaak

July 24 2003 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Concert Pavilion with Chris Isaak

July 25 2003 Portsmouth, VA NTELOS Pavilion Harbor Center with Chris Isaak

July 26 2003 Anderson, SC Anderson Civic Center with Chris Isaak

July 28 2003 North Myrtle Beach, SC House Of Blues with Chris Isaak

July 30 2003 Cary, NC Amphitheatre At Regency Park (with Chris Isaak)

Aug 1 2003 Memphis, TN Botanic Garden (with Chris Isaak)

Aug 2 2003 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium (with Chris Isaak)
Aug 4 2003 Jackson, MI Jackson County Fair
Aug 5 2003 Detroit, MI Meadow Brook Music Center (with Chris Isaak)
Aug 8 2003 Chicago, IL House Of Blues (with Chris Isaak)
Aug 9 2003 Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theatre (with Chris Isaak)
Aug 11 2003 Des Moines, IA Iowa State Fair (with the Goo Goo Dolls)
Aug 12 2003Springfield, IL Illinois State Fair (with the Goo Goo Dolls)

Making her own impression For Las Vegas visit, Lisa Marie Presley puts father's legend in perspective
By Spencer Patterson September 12

Prodigal Daughter Lisa Marie Presley talks about her first solo tour, critics and, of course, Elvis
By DOUG ELFMAN Friday, September 12 Las Vegas Review-Journal
By Spencer Patterson September 12

Sept.13, 2003

Las Vegas, NV House Of Blues

REVIEW: Presley sings personal notes failed by engineers Poor sound system detracts from show at House of Blues

Sep 20 2003 Puyallup, WA Puyallup Fair (with the B-52's)

Sep.22 Boise, ID The Big Easy

Sep.26 Omaha, NE Omaha Convention Center Arena (Pro Rodeo with LMP)

Sep.28 Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theatre

Sunday night at the Pabst Theater Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Presley makes own way in world Her music avoids famous father's touch
By DAVE TIANEN Sept. 29, 2003 journal sentinel

Oct.2 Austin, TX Stubbs BBQ

Oct.3 Dallas, TX The State Fair Of Texas

Lisa in concert at Avalon in Hollywood, CA. (10/11/2003)

On October 26th On ETV Was

Love Chain: Lisa Marie Presley

Candid Photo's of Elvis and Lisa Marie

Email Lisa Marie

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Lisa And Danielle

October 30th 2003 - Lisa attended The Fashion Group International's 19th Annual Night of Stars. Her daughter Danielle attended with her.

Lisa Was on the Capitol artist Christmas album singing Silent Night

Click On The Link Above To Read About When Lisa Was On The Sounds of the Season (The NBC Holiday Collection)Christmas of 2003

You could buy LMP's "Silent Night" on The Sounds of the Season (The NBC Holiday Collection) at your local Target store.

January 05 2004 - Lisa Marie is now on iTunes!

You can now preview and purchase digital downloads of Lisa's album, To Whom It May Concern, at Apple's iTunes Store!

Jan.22, 2004

Lisa Marie Presley to tour Lisa Marie Presley will tour Australia in March on the back of her long-awaited debut album, To Whom It May Concern.

Elvis's daughter will also perform at a major Melbourne fashion event, Fashion Rocks, promoter Andrew McManus said.

The tour, to feature a six-piece band, will be the 35-year-old singer's first visit to Australia.

Lisa Marie's Fashion Rocks appearance is on March 13.

Her tour will begin in Perth on March 15 before dates on the Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne.

Riley Keough

Elvis Granddaughter, 14, Shakes Up Milan Catwalk

Febuary 25th, 2004

Riley Keough

Riley Keough, grandaughter of the late Elvis Presley, at the Fall-Winter 2004-225 fashion collection unveiled in Milan Saturday, Feb. 28 2004.

Feb.28 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern

Febuary 29th Las Vegas, NV Palms Hotel (private event)

March 7 Melbourne, Australia (F1 Grand Prix)

Tuesday, 9 March , 2004

Lisa's press conference in Melbourne, Australia

To Read Transcript Or Listen to Lisa Press Conference At The LMFP World Today ABC Online Home, Click On The Link Below.

The World Today

Elvis' daughter down under By Renee Barnes March 9, 2004

Elvis' daughter down under
F2 Network Entertainment/Music

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March 9th

Rove Live

Presley plays her own tune

By Cameron Adams, music reporter, March 10, 2004

SHE may be the first Presley to perform in Australia, but Lisa Marie Presley warned Elvis fanatics are not going to see the return of the King at her Melbourne concerts.

"If people are expecting me to be like my dad they're going to be disappointed," Presley said.

"I'm nothing like him. I'm in a completely different category.

"On my US tour maybe three out of 30 shows there was an Elvis impersonator in the crowd but that's it.

"I usually get younger fans, and those that come that are of an older generation end up walking out because it's too loud."

Presley, who released her debut album To Whom It May Concern last year, admits she is more comfortable with her fame now she has something to promote, not just her surname.

"I know there's people out there who actually appreciate my record for its own various reasons as opposed to other reasons," Presley said.

"That's what keeps me going. That's the only reason I do it."

The singer says she gets her heavy security (a result of the famous surname) to orchestrate meetings with her fans.

"That's why I continue, I make sure I hear that feedback (from fans). I don't do this to be in front of everybody and have my picture taken. I make sure there's a connection with people who have been moved by the record," she said.

The singer, 35, admits she still gets nervous addressing the media and their questions.

Those questions of course relate to her father and her two ex-husbands: Nicolas Cage and Michael Jackson.

"I can see when people are about to segue into the questions," Presley laughed.

"Everyone's got their cute little strategic way to ask them -- which I don't usually find very cute -- and they think I'm not expecting them.

"Of course, I understand the interest, but I'm not the kind of person who'd want to make a career capitalising on something like that."

Presley did, however, discuss her infamous video with Michael Jackson. She appeared naked with her then-husband in the unusual You Are Not Alone clip.

"Ah, yeah. What do I think of that video? I think I looked very tanned. I don't know why I did that video.

"It actually reminds me of a really bad time in my life. The whole world got to see my a--.

"It was just ridiculous. It summed up that period pretty good, that I was out of my mind, I guess!"

Presley's single, Lights Out, may have been a Top 40 hit, but she's happy not to register on the charts.

"I'm just not interested in selling out to get on the charts and make people happy."

Presley has started work on a second album, with a new single due in July.

In between music she is in charge of handling her father's image ("it's a constant struggle to keep the name, image and likeness in order") and was planning to see Melbourne with her mother, Priscilla.

Lisa Marie Presley performs three songs to close Fashion Rocks this Saturday at Crown and performs a full concert at Crown Palladium on March 21.

March 12th, 2004

A Fusion of Fashion and Music Rocks Melbourn at Flemington, Melbourn

Mar.13 Melbourne, Australia Fashion Rocks (Crown Casino)

March 13th

Enough Rope With Andrew Denton With Guest Lisa Marie Presley Artical About the Enough Rope With Andrew Denton With Guest Lisa Marie Presley

15 March 2004 Herald Sun Entertainment

The Eye

15 March 2004 Sun Herald


Sun Herald What's in a name?

March 15th Perth, Australia Burswood Theatre

March 16th

Lisa Marie Presley On Access Hollywood

Access Hollywood

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March 17th Gold Coast, Australia Twin Towns

March 19th Sydney, Australia Lyric Theatre, Star City

March 20th Sydney, Australia Lyric Theatre, Star City

March 21st Melbourne, Australia Crown Casino

Indie 103.1, 103rd Day Party at Avalon, CA. on Apr.13

Lisa made a surprise appearance at the Camp Freddy concert in Hollywood at the Avalon. She performed "Heartbreaker"

The Sixth Annual Rick Weiss Humanitarian Awards Gala May 1, 2004 The Westin Mission Hills Resort, Rancho Mirage, CA

May 17, 2004

GRAMMY Signature Schools Receive Star-Studded Guests of Honor

May 22nd

On For The Record: Quick News On Beyonce, Lisa Marie Presley, Murder Inc., Courtney Love, Beck, Spoon & More

Beyonc´┐Ż Knowles, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and Lisa Marie Presley will join Mary J. Blige, Jewel and Chaka Khan at "VH1 Divas Duets." Queen Latifah was hosting the annual event, That Was broadcasted live May 22 from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. ... For The Record

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June 6 Long Beach, CA Polytechnic High School (Presentation Ceremony by GRAMMY)

Vogue Magazine

July 15th 2004

Elvis' granddaughter, in fashion
By Caesar G. Soriano, USA TODAY

In her first interview, Elvis Presley's 15-year-old granddaughter, model Danielle Riley Keough, says she has never given much thought to being the heir to the King of Rock 'n' Roll.

"I didn't really care until I read something that said, 'I guess Elvis Presley's granddaughter won't be eating too many peanut butter and banana sandwiches.' Why do they have to start picking on me already?" Riley, who goes by her middle name, asks in the August issue of Vogue.

The cover story and Annie Leibovitz pictorial feature three generations of Elvis' women: ex-wife Priscilla Presley, 59; their only child, Lisa Marie Presley, 36; and Lisa Marie's daughter Riley, whose father is musician Danny Keough.

Riley says she caught the fashion bug at age 6 when she saw her mom on the cover of Vogue wearing a Versace dress. "I remember caring what I was going to wear even when I was little."

Riley made her modeling debut in February on the Dolce & Gabbana runway in Italy. She says she was so nervous she "couldn't stop shaking."

Priscilla says Riley has been a good influence on Lisa Marie, who has been married and divorced three times (Keough, Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage).

"We're both here to take care of Lisa. It's really Lisa who's the kid," Priscilla says.

Lisa Marie says of Riley: "She's not a bimbo. Nor will she ever be."


Lisa posted a message to us on her fan page!!!


I hope you're having a nice summer so far. I have been working pretty much nonstop since touring (I didn't want anyone thinking I was slacking or off vacationing when I aint) I'd like to be, but I aint :)

We are as things stand, 3 quarters done with the new record. While recording I continue to write more here and there which delays things. I am estimating that I will be turning it in in August for mixing. It takes some time after that to get things set up for release so we are as of now realistically looking at the beginning of the year. (That is if all goes smoothly)

That doesn't mean a single won't come out or that I won't do any shows before that (I would love to) that is just typically how long it takes once the album is turned over to the record company. It will be a helluva lot better if I don't rush it in the end trust me on that.

I miss being on the road and seeing ya though. I do check the board now and again and try and keep up with you all:) I really do love hearing what you have to say about things.

Stay outta trouble...(I never do but it's a good thing to say:) All my love



Lisa Marie Presley & Peter Wolf Premieres July 22 2004


Click On The Link Above To Read About Sound Stage Lisa Marie Presley & Peter Wolf

PRISCILLA Presley, Lisa Marie Presley and Lisa Marie's daughter, Riley Keough

October 1, 2004 -- PRISCILLA Presley, Lisa Marie Presley and Lisa Marie's daughter, Riley Keough, will go a long way in the name of fashion. The offspring of The King are off to Milan to support their favorite designers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Tonight the threesome grace the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2005 show (Model Riley made her runway debut for the design duo last year). Afterward, the Presley trio will hit a party for Dolce and Gabbana's new book, "Music," which features D&G pop-star fans Jennifer Lopez, Madonna, Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz and Mary J. Blige.

10/23/2004 Saturday

New Lisa Marie Album And Husband

Lisa Marie Presley answered questions from her fans on her website forum. In response to questions on a second album she answered that the album was being mixed this week and should be released in March 2005.

The album contains several "agressive" rock tracks, ballads and mid-tempo songs. Lisa Marie recorded three covers for this album. With the release of the album she will do another tour.

Source: Various / updated: October 20, 2004

´┐Ż Xmas in Memphis

December 13th, 2004 in her hometown of Memphis, LMP brought holiday cheer to hundreds of children and families. See more pictures

Source: Official Lisa Marie Presley Site

Thursday December 16th 2004

Lisa Marie Presley Selling Elvis Estate

Robert F.X. Sillerman and Elvis Presley Enterprises Announce Partnership 12/16/2004

Click here: Robert F.X. Sillerman and Elvis Presley Enterprises Announce Partnership

Official Lisa Marie Presley Site's Video Section

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Check out the new Letter from Lisa


Hello Everybody!

Lisa Marie wishes all of you a VERY Happy New Year.

Her second CD is finished and is set for release in April!

Stay-tuned for details.

Thank you all for your support!

All the best :)

January 16th 2005

Lisa Marie will present the Golden Globe for the "Best Movie Song" during the next Golden Globes Award Show. at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

Her daughter, Riley Keough Presley, is on the cover of the Japanese January 2005 edition of Elle magazine.

January 14th 2005 Unveiling of a statue of Johnny Ramone

Lisa Marie Presley arrives with friend Michael Lockwood for the unveiling of a statue of punk guitarist Johnny Ramone, at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California, January 14, 2005. Eddie Vedder, Rob Zombie, Nicolas Cage and Pete Yorn were among the notable friends in attendance. Johnny Ramone, co-founder and guitarist of seminal 70's punk rock band The Ramones, died September 15, 2004 at his home in Los Angeles.

January 16th 2005 Presenter at the Golden Globe Awards Show

Lisa Marie Presley and friend Michael Lockwood arrive during the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California January 16, 2005.

Mick Jagger, Usher, David Stewart, Lisa Marie Presley

Lisa Marie Presley and her friend Michael Lockwood arrive at the Musicares 2005 Person of the Year tribute to singer and composer Brian Wilson in Los Angeles February 11, 2005.

Feb.11 MusiCares Person Of The Year Tribute

Feb.11 Grammy Awards Rehearsal

Sunday Febuary 13th On CBS

Lisa Marie Presley Presented A Grammy To The Rock Band U2 For the Song Vertigo From There New CD

"Dirty Laundry" has been added to Apple's iTunes Store!

Lisa Marie Presley "Now What?", Lisa Marie Presley new album out April 5 (on Capitol Records).

If anyone's particularly well suited to taking on bloodthirsty newscasters in song, it's Lisa Marie Presley. Listening to her blistering rendition of "Dirty Laundry," the first single from her new album, "Now What," it's apparent that the song, a sardonic indictment of the broadcast news industry, may be even more relevant now than when Don Henley (from The Eagles) and Danny Kortchmar penned it some 23 years ago.

In the week preceding the album's release, Lisa Marie Presley will appear on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" (March 28th), "Good Morning America" (March 29th) and "Late Show With David Letterman" (April 1st). She'll be a guest on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on April 5th, the day of release. ABC is currently using Presley's version of "Dirty Laundry" in promos for its hit show "Desperate Housewives."

By turns poetic, vitriolic, shimmering and shattering, "Now What" is, like Lisa Marie Presley herself, unflinchingly direct. "Please remember me, forever believe in me, as someone who's never gonna wish you well," she sings on "Idiot," a track that features Steve Jones on guitar. She's not exactly easy on herself, either, reserving praise for the friends and fans who stand by her while skewering herself on "Thanx:" "And here's to the next time I wrap myself around a tree, I know that you'll be there with bells on to pull me off."

Lisa Marie Presley penned the lyrics for 10 of the album's 11 songs, working with Linda Perry, Eric Rosse (who produced "Now What" as well as her debut album), Gus Penaloza and her partner, Michael Lockwood (who also executive produced the album with Presley) on the music. Thanking Linda Perry in the liner notes, Presley says: "I thought if I wrote with a bad ass popular songwriter, they would try and push me to a compromised Politically Correct Commercial Place. THANK YOU for NOT doing that! You went with who I am...and I don't think I've ever had so much fun in the writing process." (The two wrote six songs together). Another gratifying collaboration was with Pink, who guests on the wistful "Shine."

"Now What," which was mixed by Tom Lord-Alge and Dave Way, is the follow-up to Presley's 2003 debut, "To Whom It May Concern," which debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200 and is currently certified Gold. The album was praised by critics from coast to coast. "Respect is precisely what she wants -- and on the strength of the pointedly titled "To Whom It May Concern"...she's likely to get it," said the 'New York Times' while the 'Los Angeles Times' described "Lights Out," the first single, as "a powerful, hauntingly personal work."

Lisa Marie Presley "Now What?" new album track-listing:

1. I'll Figure It Out

2. Turbulence

3. Thanx

4. Shine

5. Dirty Laundry

6. When You Go

7. Idiot

8. High Enough

9. Turned To Black

10. Raven

11. Now What

12. When "Hidden Track"

Lisa Marie Presley hits the Rama By JANE STEVENSON -- Toronto Sun

Lisa Marie Presley.

Just like her daddy did before her, Lisa Marie Presley is hitting the casino circuit. Elvis' daughter will make her Toronto-area performing debut at Casino Rama on May 12. Tix, $20 and $25, go on sale Tuesday at the Casino Rama box office, Ticketmaster, by phone at 16-870-8000 or online at Presley released her debut album, To Whom It May Concern, in 2003 and is expected to release the follow up, Now What?, on April 5. She was destined for a Toronto promotional appearance in April 2003 but cancelled due to the city's outbreak of SARS.

March 11th 2005

First Veiw Before It Is On TV Its On AOL

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Mar.16, 2005

Lisa LA Times

Out of the shadows As a solo artist, Lisa Marie Presley keeps exploring life beyond Dad and ex-husbands. By Robert Hilburn, LA Times Staff Writer

With its nearby horse trails and lovely, secluded grounds, Lisa Marie Presley's five-acre spread on the western edge of the San Fernando Valley is so relaxing it invites the imagination to run free. It's easy to picture Elvis himself strolling the property with his two grandchildren.

Rock's greatest star would have turned 70 this year and, no matter how much he loved the concert stage, he surely would have settled into seclusion by now preferring the company of his daughter and her family to singing "Hound Dog" one more time to the AARP crowd.

Lisa Marie, always the apple of his eye, was only 9 when Elvis died at age 42, just five years older than she is now. But she feels a strong connection. There are candid photos on the piano of her father, alongside shots of her 12-year-old son, Benjamin; 15-year-old daughter, Riley; and her current beau, guitarist and record producer Michael Lockwood.

"I think about my dad all the time," says the 5-foot-3 singer, who also is close to her mother, Priscilla Presley.

She's wearing a faded T-shirt, jeans and green, high-top Converse as she sits on the porch of her rustic, five-bedroom house.

"I know there are things I've done that would puzzle him, but I think he would understand me. He was not this saint or this tidy pop star. He was one of the biggest rebels we've had in this country, yet some people want to put me on a pedestal.... But I'm not perfect. I'm not always socially acceptable or politically correct. All I'm trying to do is be true to myself, and making music is part of that."

Presley's guard is down unlike two years ago when she resisted discussing her father in interviews to promote her debut album, even though the CD's most memorable track ("Lights Out") employed the image of her future gravesite at Graceland to describe how strongly she is tied to the Presley legacy.

One reason she wanted to make an album, she explained at the time, was so she wouldn't be known only for her birthright and her famous ex-husbands. The CD was a good start, impressing many critics and selling enough to earn her a gold album that she initially displayed on her living-room wall.

"I can't say I accomplished everything I set out to do with that album," she says, stirring a cup of tea. "I don't think I'll ever get past the point where lots of people will see me, first, as the daughter of Elvis Presley and, then, for the marriages. But I think I made progress. I've got at least a small thumbprint out there."

No matter how much friends and advisors prepared her for the media curiosity she would encounter in the 2003 interviews, Presley wasn't prepared for the relentless questioning about her father and the short-lived marriages to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage.

"There were times when I really felt lost and wondered if I had the strength to keep making records," she says softly. "Even after I started opening for Chris Isaak, I didn't feel a connection with the audience because most people were coming to see him and were just curious about me for obvious reasons."

The breakthrough came during a break on the Isaak tour when she headlined a show at the Stone Pony, the Asbury Park, N.J., club that Bruce Springsteen made famous. To her delight, fans knew her songs and even sang along.

"That was a big turning point," she says. "It gave me reason to believe I could be accepted on my own, and sure enough I started getting fan letters and they weren't asking me what it was like being a Presley. They were talking about my songs. They said how some helped them through troubles. I had he

Mar.20 House Of Blues, Anaheim, CA (Tickets Went On Sale, Feb.12)

Riley Keough


Miss Dior Ch´┐Żrie: a classic reinvention

Riley in Dior Magazine

Click The Link Above To See The Article on the Cosmetic News Web Site With Riley Kehoe For Dior Magazine For a New Perfume

´┐Ż A two-part Oprah special. Was On Monday, March 28th, Lisa Marie Presley. And Tuesday, March 29th, their first TV interview together´┐ŻLisa Marie and her mother, Priscilla.

On April 26, LMP kicks off a three week tour with a show in St. Petersberg, Florida. Check out the dates.

MARCH 26, 2005



MARCH 26, 2005

LOS ANGELES -- With its nearby horse trails and secluded grounds, Lisa Marie Presley's five-acre spread on the western edge of the San Fernando Valley is so relaxing it invites the imagination to run free. It's easy to picture Elvis himself strolling the property with his two grandchildren.

Rock's greatest star would have turned 70 this year and, no matter how much he loved the concert stage, he surely would have settled into seclusion by now -- preferring the company of his daughter and her family to singing "Hound Dog" one more time to the AARP crowd.

Lisa Marie, always the apple of his eye, was only 9 when Elvis died at age 42, just five years older than she is now. But she feels a strong connection. There are candid photos on the piano of her father, alongside shots of her 12-year-old son, Benjamin; 15-year-old daughter, Riley; and her current beau, guitarist and record producer Michael Lockwood.

"I think about my dad all the time," says the 5-foot-3 singer, who also is close to her mother, Priscilla Presley.

She's wearing a faded T-shirt, jeans and green Converse high-tops as she sits on the porch of her rustic, five-bedroom house.

"I know there are things I've done that would puzzle him, but I think he would understand me. He was not this saint or this tidy pop star. He was one of the biggest rebels we've had in this country, yet some people want to put me on a pedestal. ... But I'm not perfect. I'm not always socially acceptable or politically correct. All I'm trying to do is be true to myself, and making music is part of that."

Presley's guard is down -- unlike two years ago when she resisted discussing her father in interviews to promote her debut album, even though the CD's most memorable track ("Lights Out") employed the image of her future gravesite at Graceland to describe how strongly she is tied to the Presley legacy.

One reason she wanted to make an album, she explained at the time, was so she wouldn't be known only for her birthright and her famous ex-husbands. The CD was a good start, impressing many critics and selling enough to earn her a gold album that she initially displayed on her living-room wall.

"I can't say I accomplished everything I set out to do with that album," she says, stirring a cup of tea. "I don't think I'll ever get past the point where lots of people will see me, first, as the daughter of Elvis Presley and, then, for the marriages. But I think I made progress. I've got at least a small thumbprint out there."

No matter how much friends and advisers prepared her for the media curiosity she would encounter in the 2003 interviews, Presley wasn't prepared for the relentless questioning about her father and the short-lived marriages to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage.

"There were times when I really felt lost and wondered if I had the strength to keep making records," she says softly. "Even after I started opening for Chris Isaak, I didn't feel a connection with the audience because most people were coming to see him and were just curious about me for obvious reasons."

The breakthrough came during a break on the Isaak tour when she headlined a show at the Stone Pony, the Asbury Park, N.J., club that Bruce Springsteen made famous. To her delight, fans knew her songs and even sang along.

"That was a big turning point," she says. "It gave me reason to believe I could be accepted on my own."

Her confidence greatly boosted, Presley returned to the studio at the end of the tour to begin work on her second album. The CD, titled "Now What," will be released April 5 by Capitol Records, and it's a stronger work than the debut, "To Whom It Might Concern." But it doesn't have a track as immediately appealing as "Lights Out," which means Presley may find it difficult getting much radio airplay. She's prepared for that.

"Making music is a way for me to come to terms with a lot of things about myself," she says. "A lot of the songs have to do with the fact that I am not part of groups or scenes. I am who I am. I've realized I'm quite vulnerable, which is opposite of what I pretend to be."

The first single from the album is a fairly faithful remake of "Dirty Laundry," a 1982 swipe Don Henley and songwriting partner Danny Kortchmar took at media excesses and voyeurism, something Presley feels is even more relevant today.

"When you look at what's going on today, you have to take what happened in the '80s and multiply it," she says. "I don't think our entertainment should be based on someone else's demise and humiliation. Even 'American Idol.' I hate to see people humiliated."

"This is how either ****ed up I am, or crazy or deranged or stupid or whatever you want to call it. This is me, and it's from me, and that's the only reason I did it" - To Rolling Stone


Lisa Marie Presley Was On Good Morning America with Diane Sawyer

Presley will return to "Good Morning America" on May 15 to perform songs from the new album.

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The Track Listing For Lisa's CD Is

Disc 1

01 I'll Figure It Out

02 Turbulence

03 Thanx

04 Shine

05 Dirty Laundry

06 When You Go

07 Idiot

08 High Enough

09 Turn To Black

10 Raven

11 Now What

12 When "Hidden Track" : Lisa Marie Presley : Artist Main : Lisa Marie Presley : Hear The Music First

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LISA MARIE PRESLEY struggles to sing new song WHEN YOU GO live because she wrote it as pal JOHNNY RAMONE was dying.

The rocker reveals she penned the poignant song when she learned Ramone was fighting for life in hospital while she was on a flight from Los Angeles to New York.

She says, "He made it out of the hospital, and he lived for three more months; but it was a really hard song to sing because I realised that it applied to him just as much as it applied to everything else I was writing about."

But she relishes singing another new song, IDIOT: "That is about somebody who I went through years of hell with before I finally just went, 'You know what? I've just had it with your a**. I'm going to shoot you at point blank, right between the eyes, and nail you right where I see you.'

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(Warning! Ok, now I am going to get sappy and emotional)

To all of the fans that I made along the way from the last record: I don't know that I necessarily LOVE having my ass on the public frying pan of the world. YOU are the reason I shall keep it burning for a while longer. YOU are what made it all worthwhile the last time and YOU are what made me do it again. You wanted more, so here it is.

I can't thank you enough...For allowing my music and words to affect your lives, THAT is what music is for, that is why I did a record in the first place.

The song "Thanx" (one of the few nice uplifting songs I've ever written lol:) was inspired by and written for certain people who I am very close to in my life, people I feel I live my life with, people who will always be there, YOU were a part of that inspiration, so that one is for you.

This record is for YOU.

Love always,


For my Beautiful Mother and Father

(deep breath and big gasp for air on this one!)

Each of us have pioneered unusual imperfect lives and challenges individually, GOD I wish we could have all been there for the other in doing so. It may not have made it any easier but it would have been a lot less serious. We are still an eternal unit never broken, and I love and appreciate you two so very much it could bury me alive! I hope I haven't been too much of a burden to bear, but hey! If I have, it runs in the damn family! :) ~ L

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Elvis' daughter's new solo album: 'Now What'

Wednesday, April 6, 2005 Posted: 3:52 PM EDT (1952 GMT)

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NEW YORK (AP) -- As she sits in the backseat of an SUV, Lisa Marie Presley -- looking particularly goth with her jet black hair, black jumpsuit and black sneaks -- prepares for the first question of an interview with a look of dread.

Maybe that's from past experience. When the King's daughter released her album "To Whom It May Concern" two years ago, inquiring minds were more interested in Elvis and those brief marriages to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage than her budding music career.

As she releases the follow-up, "Now What," she's still facing the same questions -- but only to some degree. With the critical acclaim and solid commercial success of her first record, there are plenty of people who want to know about Lisa Marie Presley, the singer, instead of the tabloid character.

Q: You had a lot to live up to when you first came out. Do you feel less pressure now with a second record?

LISA MARIE PRESLEY: There's never not going to be pressure on me, but I did feel a little more like I made a thumbprint on the last one because it was a credible record, because I felt a little more relaxed, but on the other hand ... I'm going to get attacked to some degree. I know that, regardless, so that's never comfortable.

Q: You said when you first started performing, some people were there just out of curiosity. How did you deal with that?

PRESLEY: I think that happens less often then you'd think, but when it is happening it's very obvious and I can tell what's going on. I had some of that in the beginning, but I think that ultimately I got a pretty strong fan base based on just my personality alone, and my honesty, my music. So it wasn't based on anything else, and I did notice if someone else came looking for something else, they'd probably leave, or complain it was too loud or something. (Laughs.)

Q: Was it everything you expected it to be?

PRESLEY: No, because I think most artists start off playing in front of people and are used to doing it before they go out. I kind of did it the opposite. The thing got blown sky high and I'm on TV on "Good Morning America" doing my first performance in front of everybody. I think it was backward and from that, what I got out of it, the end is what I wanted, which was headlining my own tour, having people come because they loved my record and loved my music ... that sort of let me to do the second record, because I was like OK, in the end, if all is said and done, if that song stopped someone from killing themselves and these people are actually listening and being moved my music, that was my whole purpose in the first place, and that's why I did the second one, and it wasn't because of any other reason.

Q: What was the most difficult thing about becoming an artist?

PRESLEY: I don't think I realized what was going to be the hardest part until I dove off the diving board ... first I had to overcome a pre-speculated idea of me. I had to sort of burst through that and introduce myself, and that was the first hurdle, and then now sing in front of everybody, and then that was the second one, and I'm the offspring of -- you know, who I'm the offspring of -- I had a few hurdles to get through, no doubt about it. But the scales never tipped in the other direction too much.

Q: Talk about your new single, "Dirty Laundry" -- why did you choose to remake the Don Henley song?

PRESLEY: I think the song speaks for itself, in terms that it points out the state of affairs. I think it did in the early '80s. I think it's even worse now in terms of what our entertainment is and what we watch every night on TV.

Q: Celebrities often criticize the gossip, but do you ever find yourself being taken in by it -- like, "I've gotta see what's happening with Brad and Jen?"

PRESLEY: You know what? It's such a thing right now that I actually feel bad for everybody who gets it, honestly. I don't get wrapped up in it like that because I also know what they do. But the song is not just an attack on the tabloids, to be honest with you. It's like, what is our entertainment? Our entertainment is _ whether it be reality shows or people's demise or having cameras in people's faces -- when there's something tragic happening.

Q: So, you couldn't see a Lisa Marie Presley reality show?

PRESLEY: No way. Never gonna happen. It's been asked. I'm so anti ... I turn them off, I can't do it. I think I kind of liked "Fear Factor" at first. But it's gone so far, and you realize, look what these people are doing for money, degrading themselves for money, and that's just not appealing to me.

Q: When you first came out, you were very honest talking about your father, Nicolas Cage and Michael Jackson. Do you think that took attention from your music?

PRESLEY: Well, that was a really hard fence to walk, and it was a fence, because I knew there was so much that I needed to explain to some people. I understood the human nature and needing to fill that gap of all the voids that had been happening or all these questions marks.

But at the same time, when I did talk about them, that's all that would be discussed in the interview, and that's what would be blown up ... you don't know whether or not you should say something, but you understand you need to explain yourself a little bit, but you don't want to then have the whole focus of the damn thing being on that -- which it ends up being.

Q: It is difficult releasing this record now with Michael Jackson on trial?

PRESLEY: To be honest, it makes it really easy for me to deal with, because I just say it's too hot of a stove. Anything about that subject is going to be way blown up out of proportion, so I don't even touch it.

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BIOGRAPHY: Lisa Marie Presley

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When you think of her you cannot help but focus on her last name and the legacy of her father and the musical memories that come along with it. BIOGRAPHY: Lisa Marie Presley tells about the only child to bear Elvis Presley's name, and the only heir to his estate. Lisa Marie has lived her entire life in the limelight, always being pursued by the press, and by Elvis's fans. But, until a few years ago, the most the public knew about her were her tumultuous marriages to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage. Lisa Marie's mother had a brief comedic movie career in the Naked Gun series, but most of all, Lisa Marie is her father's daughter, the ultimate celebrity child.

BIOGRAPHY: Lisa Marie Presley reports that in 2003 the star-cross heiress revealed what, in fact, she is made of. She released her first album, To Whom It May Concern, composed almost entirely by herself and sung completely from her heart. When the good reviews came in, suddenly Lisa Marie Presley was more than the daughter of a legendary father´┐Żshe was rapidly coming into her own. Now, two years later, she is releasing her second album, Now What? The program portrays a Lisa Marie who is a little wiser today, having toured the world and developed an appealing onstage personality. She is now 36, and for one fascinating hour viewers are taken along on her life's bumpy roller coaster ride. Includes an interview with Lisa Marie herself.

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Lisa's new album "Now What" debuted on this week's Billboard Top Ten at #9. About Lisa: - Wednesday, April 13 -Lisa Was On The MuchMoreMusic Channel: MuchMoreMusic | The very best in pop music past and present

Lisa Marie Presley moves on

By MARY DICKIE -- Toronto Sun

Lisa Marie Presley drops in the MuchMoreMusic studios in Toronto yesterday to promote her new album. (Photo: Dave Lucas, SUN) TORONTO - As the King's only daughter, Lisa Marie Presley has lived her entire life in the spotlight. Yes, she's fabulously rich and can do what she wants. But while the rest of us can make our mistakes in anonymity, hers have been -- and continue to be -- mercilessly examined by an intrusive, critical world.

Presley, 37, has learned the hard way to be fiercely protective of her privacy. So give her credit for being brave enough to write down her feelings in songs and getting up on stage to sing them -- especially given the expectations placed on a child of Elvis. Luckily, when her debut album, To Whom It May Concern, came out in 2003, fans and critics responded positively, and Presley began to relax a bit.

"It took me a while, 'cause I'm not somebody who likes to be front and centre," Presley explained in an interview yesterday. "I get a lot of attention for who I am, and I have the luxury and the opportunity to put a record out. But on the other hand, I'm also up against more than your average artist is.

"The first tour was hard, but I finally got enough of a thing going with my audience that I became more comfortable. They were telling me stories about how the songs affected them, and they were really accepting me for who I am, I could tell. I can always tell when people are really listening to my music or if they're there for other reasons."

Presley's newfound confidence is all over her brand-new second album, Now What, a collection of generally harder-edged songs co-written with her boyfriend/music director Michael Lockwood and hitmaker Linda Perry (Pink, Gwen Stefani).

"I learned a lot touring the last record," she said. "I think I realized it was a little too mid-tempo when I kept resorting to a cover of Heartbreaker by Pat Benatar to get the crowd going. So I had it in the back of my mind to do some faster ones this time."

Among the new songs are Raven, a love letter to Presley's mother, Priscilla, and Thanx, a note of appreciation to all those who stick up for her when she's under attack by the media. In fact, the album's first single, a cover of Don Henley's Dirty Laundry, reveals the resentment Presley feels about such intrusions into her personal life.

And then there are songs like Turbulence and Idiot, in which she lets loose some intense anger against someone -- but not ex-husbands Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage, if that's what you were thinking.

"I can tell you right now that not one song on this record has anything to do with any high-profile husband I've had," she said. "Those songs are about no one anyone knows about, and I'm going to keep it that way. I mean, why would I write about them? They're not on my mind. It's been years and everyone's moved on, but people still want to associate me with them, which is hard."

As well as anger, though, the album reveals Presley's increasing self-assurance and even optimism.

"There's more uplifting stuff on this album," she said. "It's tacking alienation, but from different angles. Shine is a positive take on it -- realizing you're still all right even though you're not what you think you're supposed to be. And I'll Figure It Out -- well, that's a screw-you song about it."

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Apr.24 2005

Lisa marie on the Sale of Elvis Inc. By Bill Ellis (April 24, 2005) Memphis Commercial Appeal

Given her highly visible music career, it's easy to forget that Lisa Marie Presley still has a formidable job as heir to her father Elvis Presley's Graceland estate.

Its operating company, Elvis Presley Enterprises, made international headlines in December when entertainment industries mogul Robert F.X. Sillerman, founder of '90s concert promoting powerhouse SFX Entertainment among other pursuits, paid $100 million for a controlling 85 percent interest in the Memphis business, a move some fans have questioned.

Lisa Marie, who maintains a 15 percent interest plus charge of the physical estate and its archives, says EPE had been seeking a merger for some time. They were just waiting on the right partner. "Business-wise, it was a really smart decision, personally not an easy one," she says. "We've been standing on our own for a very long time and that's a beautiful thing, but ... he (Elvis) would ultimately want all of us to do what we need to stay afloat and keep expanding and taking him bigger and better."

As for the price tag, a seemingly small figure given the unabated Elvis juggernaut worldwide, Lisa Marie can see an analogy in this sale with the one Sam Phillips made nearly 50 years ago when he sold Elvis's contract to RCA for $40,000. It was unprecedented at the time but a tiny sum in hindsight. Yet without it, Phillips arguably wouldn't have had the capital to invest in such future Sun Records artists as Jerry Lee Lewis.

"What we did was diversify," says Lisa Marie. "How do we get the best of merging with someone to take this where we need and want it to go, which we were not able to do on our own? How do we make this into something huge and still maintain control over what's going on? That was the beauty of the whole deal which people seem to not get."

Apr.24 2005

Lisa Marie's most at home with herself Performing her own material sheds light on Elvis and all that By Bill Ellis (April 24, 2005) Memphis Commercial Appeal The last time Lisa Marie Presley sang in front of a Memphis crowd, she threw up backstage.

Not that the crowd could tell, but she was feeling a little pressure -- you know, daughter of the King of Rock and Roll following in his footsteps kind of thing. And in the family's hometown, no less.

Jitters won't be a problem when she returns for her debut performance at the Beale Street Music Festival on its final day May 1. "For me, it's just another show," says the celebrity scion of Elvis Presley, talking by phone on Friday to The Commercial Appeal.

As for that hurling episode, it was 2003 and she was opening for Chris Isaak at the Memphis Botanic Garden. She had released her first album, To Whom It May Concern, and was put on the road promoting it.

Back then, Lisa Marie had a lot to prove: She decided in her mid-30s to launch a music career, an audacious move when your dad happened to be the biggest selling solo artist of all time.

What Lisa Marie discovered, however, was while some in the audience were there for the novelty factor -- "That's a certain energy I can feel and that I don't necessarily like" -- others came because they genuinely liked the music, enough to make her entree disc a gold record for sales of 500,000 copies.

That didn't make playing Memphis any easier, especially in an uncomfortable pairing with the neo-rockabilly, Elvis-loving Isaak. "That match-up was so bizarre," she says. "But I was doing it to get my feet wet and pay my dues and get out there. And when we did Memphis, I did feel a little pressure and I did definitely lose it in the bathroom maybe 10 minutes before we went out."

Lisa Marie, 37, now has a sophomore album, the cocksure-titled Now What, released this month on her label Capitol (home to current acts such as Coldplay and Chingy, not to mention Elvis-level icon the Beatles).

The album debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 album charts, boasting such guest-star appeal as Pink and A-list pop-star collaborator Linda Perry, formerly of 4 Non Blondes, who co-wrote much of the album with Lisa Marie.

The lead single, however, is a cover of the '80s Don Henley tune "Dirty Laundry," one that has been airing in promos for the television hit "Desperate Housewives."

Read all you want into her version of the topical tune. The refrain "Kick 'em when they're up/Kick 'em when they're down" could certainly apply to the tabloid-fed passion some folks have for Presley's life, from her string of exes, including Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage, to her espousal of Scientology. She currently dates her music director, Michael Lockwood, while first husband, Danny Keough, plays bass in the touring band.

Yet Lisa Marie says she didn't do the song as any sort of self-reflective commentary. She sees the song in larger, more global terms.

"I think our state of affairs is pretty outrageous right now in terms of what is entertainment and how crazy things have gotten. I thought I should point that out."

Still, other songs on the album carry a good deal of personal weight (though nothing quite so overtly confessional as debut single "Lights Out" and its Graceland burial plot imagery). The tune "Raven," for example, was written for mother Priscilla, and is framed by a cassette tape sample of 3-year-old Lisa Marie piping the Partridge Family song "I Think I Love You" after being prompted by mom to "sing it right" for dad.

An added dimension to all this is that Lisa Marie feels connected more than ever to her late father, who died in 1977 when she was only 9. She didn't get into performing to feel closer to him, but that's what has happened, and she says she can now empathize all too well with the demands a music career made on Elvis.

"I don't know how he did it," she says. "He had quite a cross to bear, people hating him and loving him. I can relate to that and to him more than I ever have. I don't have it nearly as bad, because now in society you can't shock anybody anymore."

Still, empathy goes only so far, so don't expect her to start interpreting the Elvis canon anytime soon.

"Don't Cry Daddy," which she sang in a video-synched duet with her father at Mid-South Coliseum's "Elvis in Concert '97," is about all she's willing to share with the public for now.

She has an "aversion," in fact, to covering anything by Presley pere if only because she wants as much as possible to make her own way in the music world. Watching people react warmly to her songs, in fact, was something she frankly thought would have been impossible a few years back.

"I have fans who respond to my music, and that makes me satisfied internally. It's not like I would hate (singing Elvis songs) because it would be fun. But it's just not in my nature."

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nterview With Lisa Marie Presley

Aired April 29, 2005 - 21:00 ET


LARRY KING, HOST: Tonight, Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of the King of rock, the ex-wife of the King of pop and a perennial target of the tabloids. But she's got her own career and her own life after Elvis and Michael Jackson. And she'll tell you all about it in her own words next on LARRY KING LIVE.

It's a great pleasure to welcome a return visit with Lisa Maria Presley to LARRY KING LIVE. Always good to see her. She's the only child, of course, of the late Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley. Formerly married to Michael Jackson. A rocker in her own right. A new album called "Now What?"

Is that one of the name of the songs, or is it a statement?

LISA MARIE PRESLEY, SINGER: It's the name of a song actually.

KING: Dealing with now what?

PRESLEY: No, it's kind of -- I think representative of me in that it is seemingly sarcastic and sort of bold and had as attitude. But yet if you hear the actual song, it's very, sort of vulnerable and soul searching to some degree.

KING: When did you decide you were a singer?

PRESLEY: You know, I think that when I sang a song in front of a vocal teacher one day -- I was doing scales. I wasn't really serious. I just wanted to do it really bad and I would do piano scales all the time.

KING How old were you?

PRESLEY: In my teens, probably 19. I said OK, I'm going to sing one day. And I said, I'm going to sing and I don't want to you watch me. I'm going to turn around with my back to you and I'm going to sing and just tell me what you think later. So I sang a verse in a chorus out of a song. And she, had she not, who I very much respected at the time had such a reaction to me doing that, I would have probably crumbled and died and gone away somewhere. But she happened to jump up and be oh, my God. And then she got her husband and then I went in with my ex-husband and we did a demo of an Aretha Franklin song. That's kind of when I realized, I gave myself a high challenge.

KING: Did your mom like the idea?

PRESLEY: I don't think at first, no. You know, scared, worried, as a mother should be, you know, understandably worried about me.

KING: You knew once you had come forward as Lisa Marie Presley with that name.


KING: You would be judged by a different standard, so you rolled some dice.

PRESLEY: I don't think that I was -- I think I was more naive on that front than one would expect. I did -- in my thinking, I've been a huge music lover, it's always had a huge impact on me. I want to write, I want to sing. I want to do the same thing for others, have my music, hopefully do that for others one day not realizing what I sort of had to climb. I had an idea a little bit, but I think that I underestimated the whole thing.

KING: Were you surprised the reaction to the first CD?

PRESLEY: I was. I was surprised. I was surprised at a lot.

KING: Favorably or unfavorably?

PRESLEY: Favorably surprised. More surprised that the reaction to the first CD was a -- they were surprised that I did a good record, you know, which was surprising to me.

KING: That they were surprised.

PRESLEY: Yeah. And I'm thinking, you know, I know music. I think they thought maybe pop. It was surprising to see what preconceived idea they had of me in order to come to this conclusion that I'm a bad record or a poppy or a sellout record.

KING: How well did it do?

PRESLEY: I don't know the current status. I went gold. It went gold. And I was very proud of that. And you know, I don't think that I'm a top 40 artist in any way. So I don't think I'm that mainstream. So it's a little bit, you know, of a challenge to find me because there's only a certain types of music right now.

KING: Hard to be a gold if you're not top a 40 artist.

PRESLEY: Yeah. I don't know how that works. It seems like it happens really fast when you're going for a top 40. It's a very quick climb. It used to be long, long ago that you could make records and sort of build your way and evolve as an artist.

KING: Now you're a golden oldie the day it comes out.

PRESLEY: If it doesn't do a certain amount, yes.

KING: You know, it is -- I'm sure you've heard this, it's extraordinary. Every time I see you, you look more like your dad.

PRESLEY: Really?

KING: You must know that.


KING: You don't see that when you look at pictures or anything?

PRESLEY: I see it sometimes when I'm performing, to be honest with you, yes. And it's not intentional at all. I think we all have traits of our parents regardless and that's when I see it.

KING: One of the songs is called dirty laundry. a "Don Henley tune, dealing with the TV News business and sensational coverage. Is that a little bit of autobiographical?

PRESLEY: You know, I think it's more for me pointing out just the general state of affairs in terms of what our entertainment is now. It wasn't a direct attack on the media -- attack on the media per se. It was more just me trying to point out what our entertainment is.

It's watching -- there's almost is no -- there's like a fine line now where there's legitimate media and news and there just -- it just seems over the top. And whether it be reality shows, or cameras and an ambulance when someone's -- you know what I mean? It's just these shows make me physically ill watch on TV. And it just kind of points out the general state of affairs, I think, the lyrics in the song and therefore that's why I picked it.

KING: Do you think it's a sad state of affairs?


KING: The main stream media, the tabloids, they have been rough on you? The tabloids have been rough on you.

PRESLEY: They've rough. They're really rough. I have to say that I don't know if they liked that the record was successful because they went on a campaign.

As soon as I got on my first tour -- they were quiet through all that last media and then when I got on my first tour, they started doing this whole slander campaign -- came out to try to make me look like, I guess ultimately like my father in the end. You know what I mean?

Their whole -- it seemed like there was a campaign to aim towards making me, you know, look like I'm miserable and hugely overweight and doctoring photos and doing this whole number. It was like somebody deliberately sat there and went how can we sabotage this and make her look like this. And it was kind of -- it was really -- that one blew me away.

KING: It sells papers.

PRESLEY: Yeah. I mean, it blows me away how they can actually make me the size of a car on the cover and get away with it.

KING: Did you ever used to being hounded yourself by the paparazzi and the like? Does that ever get old hat?

PRESLEY: I do get used with that?

KING: Not -- you know, it goes with the territory kind of thing?

PRESLEY: I think more it's in Los Angeles that it happens. I mean -- it's kind of more goes with the territory here. You tend to get a lot used to it I suppose.

KING: You don't get it as much other places?

PRESLEY: No, they're really here. I mean they really -- if you go to a hospital here -- I had a friend of mine dying and they're -- they have their black cars and black windows and they sit in the hospital parking lot at Cedars -- when you go to valet.

KING: How do they even know you're going to go there?

PRESLEY: They're waiting for any celebrity or tragedy to happen.

KING: They wait at the hospital...

PRESLEY: They sit in the valet.

KING: In the valet section.

PRESLEY: They sit in the valet -- I have this weird radar for them. And I can hear them and see them when I walk out. I went to go visit a friend and more than once have gone to Cedars for various reasons -- nothing serious -- and I continuously see that, yes.

KING: What do you make of the coverage of your ex-husband?

PRESLEY: That I pretty much -- it's so delicate and it's such a hot stove that, you know, it's one of those things I'd love to chat with you about but anything you say at this point is going to add.

KING: Does it annoy you to see the focus on someone you cared about, probably still care about?

PRESLEY: To be honest with you I'm kind of -- it's kind of a blessing this is happening in that I don't have to say anything right now, because there's a trial going on. You know it's...

KING: No, you don't have to -- I mean, emotionally though to see?

PRESLEY: Emotionally it's never easy to watch anybody go through, no matter what, you know, something really difficult.

KING: Because you've been a staunch defender of him, right?

PRESLEY: Well, I'm not going to talk about it. KING: I'm mean as a person and a husband -- we aren't dealing with the charges or anything, you have been...

PRESLEY: I at one point was.

KING: A supporter? And now you're neutral?

PRESLEY: I'm just benign really.

KING: We'll be right back with Lisa Marie Presley. The new CD is "Now what?" Don't go away.


KING: We're back with Lisa Marie Presley. Her new CD in stores as of April 5th. Are you going to tour again?

PRESLEY: I am. I am. I found -- I sort of did it all backwards last time. You know, I did all the press thing and threw everything, and then I kind of got used -- you're supposed to do it the other way, see that you speak to the audience and see what your music does to people, and I kind of did it the reverse. So.

KING: What have you been doing between that CD and now? Like where have you been?

PRESLEY: Where have I been? I've been writing. Writing this one, pretty much.

KING: You wrote all the songs except for the Henley song?

PRESLEY: Right. I co-wrote one of the ones on this -- but most of it's all me. The rest of it.

KING: You like writing your own?

PRESLEY: I do. That's my sort of -- my contribution is the writing, the lyrics and the melodies.

KING: It takes that long?

PRESLEY: It took about eight months, and then you go through the mixing and that, you know, you know, different -- I don't like this and you need to change that, process.

KING: You sold 85 percent of the Presley estate, and it got a lot of controversy. Explain that.

PRESLEY: OK. Well, it's kind of a misconception in the way it was -- it's a very complicated business deal. It took me weeks to understand it, but it was misleading the way the press ran it, because it is complex. But it wasn't -- there's two separate entities. There's Elvis Presley Enterprises and Elvis Presley estate. Now, 85 percent -- what we did is we merged with Sillerman. He bought 85 percent of the Enterprises, which is different from the estate. Estate's mine, his things mine, everything's still mine and in order. He has the 85 percent, but I also still have -- we have a 15.

It was a united decision, because you know, pretty much things don't stay the same. They either go up or down. So -- and we've known for a very long time that we need to merge and sort of get with someone, to sort of take it to a bigger and better place than we were able to do, or you know, wanted to do on our own, you know, standing alone.

So it was a united decision that's been, you know, being deliberated on for years. And so what happened is that the money that came back actually went -- got reversed, and the lot of it went right back into stock, to form a huge -- a bigger new company, merging with Sillerman, who has got a very good track record, you know.

KING: He sure does.

PRESLEY: And he knows what he's doing.

KING: And Enterprises includes what, the music?

PRESLEY: Name, likeness, image, music, you know, films, merchandise. You know, things like that.

KING: So you now have in essence 15 percent of that.

PRESLEY: I own 15 percent of that, but we -- he and I are partners, and my mother is on the board. There's a new company now, which is going public, and my mother's on the board of directors for that. And we -- everyone who works at the estate and who has worked at the estate this entire time is still in order, intact, everyone still got their jobs. We all made the decision because we wanted to grow bigger and better.

KING: No one lost anything.

PRESLEY: No one lost anything. CEO is still there, head of -- everyone is still there. My family is taken care of. It was something -- it was a move we had to make to grow. And oddly enough the money that came out of the sale thing, went right back into -- it was the stock, preferred stock in a bigger company, which means that we believe he can take it a lot, you know, to a bigger and better place.

KING: And the other, the home and that kind of thing, just remains with you.

PRESLEY: The home is absolutely mine. Everything in it is mine. All of his personal things are mine.

KING: You then technically -- not technically, actually, never had to work, right?

PRESLEY: Technically, no.

KING: So you work out of love of working. You're not working out of need for income? PRESLEY: Right. I work because I think that I wouldn't feel good about myself unless I was contributing. It's not as selfish -- I'm not a vain or self-centered person in any sense, but I feel like I need to contribute. I am involved in -- prior to singing, in a lot of different, you know, family housing, educational programs. I've gotten involved in, you know, stopping the -- anti-drugging of kids campaigns. But for me, music is just another outlet.

KING: How did that story get so screwed up then?

PRESLEY: Which story?

KING: The sale.

PRESLEY: Because it was very complex, and people only -- couldn't get past the headlines. Sold, 85 percent sold. And it looked like the estate and like I sold everything. And I'm going no, no, no, no. Business-wise, we're getting a huge thumbs-up, that was an awesome move. But personally, it just came across wrong, because estate sold sounds like estate. Estate is mine.

KING: How big is the tourism industry there at the estate?

PRESLEY: It's very -- it's quite substantial. It's good.

KING: Graceland draws a lot of people?


KING: The interest in him seems to grow.


KING: Right? Records sell in England.


KING: Right? He has rebirth in the United -- is there a new audience all the time? Who is finding him?

PRESLEY: That's what we're hoping. I would imagine that more people are just kind of sick of what's happening right now and they're kind of looking back to what was, you know -- you know, I don't know. I know that every time, you know, we just recently went number one in England again, which is, you know, it's amazing. But the bottom line is, music speaks, you know. And music tells the story. People...

KING: As his daughter -- and you were only, what, 9 when he died...

PRESLEY: Uh-huh.

KING: How do you appreciate his talent?

PRESLEY: God, you know, there's a documentary coming out...


PRESLEY: ... in May. It's called "Presley by the Presleys," and I'm normally not involved in things like that, stayed away from it, but this is done so well that -- it's done in only his voice, my mom's mine, my grandparents, his mother. You know, it's through all of our voices. So it's not someone narrating.

KING: "Presley by the Presleys."

PRESLEY: Yes. It's quite fascinating. And I learned so much about him actually watching -- because there was footage pulled that no one's ever seen. Which is interesting.

KING: This for what kind of distribution, for television, or...?

PRESLEY: It's going to be for television. I think it's a CBS special.

KING: What do you think as you look at him, hear him? I mean, you are (ph) the daughter. What was that appeal, what did he have?

PRESLEY: You know, what he had was completely uncontrived, and you know, what he was, was what he was. There was no -- like nowadays you have machines and PR, you know, images being created and you have all these things going on and a lot of people working to create different things. And with him, there was none of that. There was nothing -- everything you saw and people appreciated about him, he was that or more off stage, and there was nothing contrived or preconceived about anything he was about or did. And I think people feel that genuineness, and that doesn't happen very often anymore.

You got like, you know, masses of people that are behind everyone, you know, making an image, making, you know, everything. So that just...

KING: He only had the Colonel, right?


KING: Managing him, and he did -- he did the act. What was special about his voice, his singing, his music?

PRESLEY: You know, I can't -- I can't answer that. I mean, I can tell you that...

KING: As a listener?

PRESLEY: His soul, spirit came through that voice. You know, and that moves people in a whole -- there's like an aesthetic plane it hits somewhere, where it's a very spiritual thing, actually, and I feel -- I really feel like he penetrated through his voice.


KING: How is your mom doing?

PRESLEY: She's doing very well.

KING: Acting? She's still doing...

PRESLEY: No, she's actually -- she's on this board now, so she's quite busy with that.

KING: You're all like business people.

PRESLEY: I guess so. She's always been, but she's, you know, she's doing -- now she's also on the board of MGM, so she's behind the scenes doing a lot.

KING: Still pretty?

PRESLEY: Beautiful.

KING: Lisa Marie Presley is our guest. Her new CD is "Now What?" And we'll be right back.


PRISCILLA PRESLEY, LISA MARIE'S MOTHER: After your dad died, it was either sell Graceland or give it up to the state.

PRESLEY: And to go there now, it's like comforting to see it in its original form and never touched, you know. And on the other hand, it's sort of, you know, heartbreaking to go there and look at -- it's just a shell now of what was.

P. PRESLEY: It's a house now. It's not the home that it was, but trying to recreate that without Elvis, it really isn't a home.




KING: A little bit about your daughter. First a record, she can sing. Did you know she could sing?

P. PRESLEY: You know, Lisa, for the longest time, did not sing. And I had no idea she even had a voice. She'd play music like most teenagers, but I remember even telling her to turn the music down it was so loud. She was probably practicing all of those years.

KING: When did it happen. When did you...

P. PRESLEY: She wanted to start singing, I guess about, maybe 10 years ago. And I tried to encourage her to take the lessons, because obviously, she has some big shoes to step in. And my concern was that she would try to do this with no training whatsoever. She eventually started taking voice lessons. But I don't even know if she needs them.

KING: Were you surprised when you heard the finished product here?

P. PRESLEY: Well, not really. I think she's very talented. I'm probably her biggest fan.


KING: We're back with Lisa Marie Presley, the new CD is "Now What?"

We ended the last segment talking about your mom. You wrote a song called "Raven" inspired by her.

PRESLEY: It's for her.

KING: Explain, "Raven" is?

PRESLEY: It's just me just -- I wrote a song for her and one Christmas, I said, will you come out and listen to this song in my car? I kind of -- I didn't write one for her on my first record, because I was -- I didn't get around to it. And then I felt -- I got really inspired and our relationship has evolved so much that I was inspired to write a song about her, for her. And I took her outside and played it for her and she started crying. And now it's her favorite song on the record, of course.

And on the record there's a tape recording of me at age 3 that I start playing in the beginning of the song, which is me, you know, she's making me sing. She said, "sing is right" or something like that, and I start pouting and singing and then -- it kind of shows -- then song happens and then at the end it comes back with her and I arguing. And at the end of that, I sort of end it with "I think I love you," which shows the entirety of the evolution of our relationship.

KING: And "Raven" means what?

PRESLEY: I'm just referring to her as that. And that's what she inspired me to refer her to, as...

KING: Interesting bird.

PRESLEY: It's nice -- it's an interesting bird. Yes.

KING: Complicated bird.


KING: Is it a blessing to be A Presley?

PRESLEY: You know, I was trying to figure out a way to -- answer this question, where it doesn't sound like -- the last thing I ever would be or sound like is a whining celebrity in any sense. I agree with that's not a good thing. The thing is, in any kind of situation that you're in, where you're a high profile -- you know, you get a lot of attention. And to the degree that you get that attention is the same degree or more you're going to get attacked. So you know, as much as people out there are routing for you and wanting you to do well, there's a half or larger number that want to you to fall. So, you know, it's finding that balance and not -- without whining or saying I'm, you know, not very grateful of who I am and where I've come from. It's still something that you end up dealing with things that other people don't necessarily deal with, and you're under attack more.

KING: Are there days you're sorry you're a Presley?

PRESLEY: No. I'm never sorry. It's just that, you know, you always have to -- but you never can get your guard down on how to handle things, you know. Constantly, things will happen, and you have to figure out how to combat.

KING: Why do you think people want to see famous people or the offspring of famous people fail?

PRESLEY: You know, I don't -- it's really interesting, because I have recently talked to a couple other ones, and I won't mention their names. But you know, historical figures' offsprings they're petrified to take this route. And I said you know, you can watch me I'll be the prototype. You know, I'll just -- I'll do it. Whatever I do, you do the opposite. I'm going to go out and do it, because I don't want fear to stop me. You know, I don't know why -- first there's the comparison thing. You run into that. And then you run into, you know, climbing the -- it's just the a -- it's something that's not easy for someone. It's not always -- it's easy in that it opens the door. After that you're on your own.

KING: You see any continuum in your own life, Lisa Marie, you're the daughter of the most famous singer in the world, who then marries the most famous singer in the world.


KING: See a connection?


KING: And.

PRESLEY: You know, probably, you know, I'm not into psycho- analysis, you know, but there's probably...

KING: Go ahead.

PRESLEY: There's probably something in my, you know, looking -- I had to experience that. And I think that there was some of that in the back myself mind probably.

KING: No regrets over it?


KING: No regrets?

PRESLEY: No, I don't have any regrets.

KING: The decision you made -- a couple other quick things on Michael. Do you feel sorry for him?

PRESLEY: I can't answer. Larry, don't do this to me.


PRESLEY: Please.

KING: You don't want to talk about it.

PRESLEY: I don't want -- I just want to stay out of it.

KING: But you could be sorry.

PRESLEY: Well -- like I said, I don't like to -- I don't like to see anybody go through anything horrendous like that. I'm sure he's not having a good time.

KING: People bug you about it a lot.


KING: I'm going to stop bugging but. I don't want bug you.

PRESLEY: Every time. Usually it's at last question but, yes.

KING: Because it's an emotional thing and I would try to...

PRESLEY: I understand.

KING: We'd try to put ourselves in our place, how would I deal...


KING: ... if an ex of mine who was famous was going through this.

PRESLEY: I totally understand what you're doing, but at the same time, if I say anything, it's going to be blown up and taken -- you know, anything about him right now is such a hot -- it's a hot subject.

KING: So, no matter what you say it's misconstrued.

PRESLEY: Good or bad, it will be taken out of context right because anything about him...

KING: One other thing, do you follow the story?


KING: You remove yourself?

PRESLEY: I'm completely removed from the whole thing.

KING: Lisa Marie Presley, good girl. "Now What" in stores as of April 5th. We'll be right back.


KING: How did you handle when she got all of that attention being married to Michael Jackson? How did you as the mother handle that?

P. PRESLEY: Concern. Concern. I think any mother would be concerned, you know. Obviously, if my daughter's happy, you know, then I don't have any problem. But she's very strong willed.

KING: Wonder where she got that from?

P. PRESLEY: I don't know.

KING: Was she happy for a time?

P. PRESLEY: I think so. I think so.



KING: We're back with Lisa Marie Presley. The newest CD is "Now What?" What's your favorite song?

PRESLEY: I think there's a song called "Idiot" that I like.

KING: Idiot?

PRESLEY: It's not a nice song.

KING: Who were you -- were you referring to anyone in writing it?

PRESLEY: I was but I don't like to talk about who I was writing about.

KING: You mean, there is someone who will know who you're writing about.

PRESLEY: I hope so.

KING: Is it a he? I will go no further than that question.

PRESLEY: Yes, it's a he.

KING: And when he hears it, he'll know.

PRESLEY: I hope so.

KING: Dedicated to him, the idiot. PRESLEY: Everyone wants to know who that song is about, which is really funny. But it will ruin it for other people because it's a good song.

KING: Let's discuss a nonidiot. How is your daughter doing?

PRESLEY: My daughter is exceptionally incredible.

KING: You don't look like you have a 15-year-old daughter.

PRESLEY: Know, they age you, children. What happens?

KING: How old were you when she was born?


KING: And she's a model already?

PRESLEY: She has taken it on, yes.

KING: How did that happen?

PRESLEY: A very big struggle on my end in that she really wanted to start, she really was interested in modeling. And I had a very big dilemma about it because I don't want her to be shallow or fall into some thing, and I had to, you know, I had to make the decision do I stop to my child? Making a child wait until they're 18 or 20 to do what they want to do is kind of stupid. Because then it's down time and they get into trouble along the way and they lose to their way anyway.

KING: Stifling them.

PRESLEY: Right. So I didn't want to stifle her, but didn't want her to head into a destructive profession. So, anyway, thankfully she's got a good head on her shoulders. And she's handling it very well. And as much as she works and as much as she's in school and it's my to keep it balanced.

KING: Does she get a lot of work?

PRESLEY: She gets tons -- she gets a lot of work. What she's getting is -- she's with Christian Dior right now, flies to Paris and does that.

KING: Isn't that a little grownup?


KING: Does she do any specialty modeling? Is there something that they like her in certain kind of things?

PRESLEY: She's kind of doing a lot of stuff overseas, which I'm happy about as opposed to in America.

KING: Why? PRESLEY: Because I don't really want her, you know -- I don't want vultures coming out yet. I'm trying to keep them back as long as possible.

KING: Because she's going to get it, right?

PRESLEY: Yes. And I'm preparing her for that. She watches me and she has got a really good head on her shoulders.

KING: Mature?

PRESLEY: Very mature, very smart, sees right through you.

KING: Where did she grow up?

PRESLEY: Mostly in Los Angeles.

KING: What school? I mean she goes to a regular school -- she attends school in addition to -- she goes to Europe and comes back?

PRESLEY: Yeah. She'll go to Europe for a couple of days, or a week, get a lot of work done over there. And then stay in school for months.

KING: Do you have someone with her when she's over there?

PRESLEY: Absolutely. Her father goes with her.

KING: And who is her father?

PRESLEY: Her father is Danny Keogh.

KING: Are you still friends with him?

PRESLEY: Yes. In fact, he's playing bass in my band.

KING: Really. So you have a -- that's nice that you have a good relationship with an ex.

PRESLEY: It's great. We're like brother and sister.

KING: And he's a great dad?

PRESLEY: He's a great dad.

KING: Who is Michael Lockwood?

PRESLEY: He is my musical director.

KING: Is he the new man in your life?


KING: He's not idiot?

PRESLEY: No. KING: How did that come about?

PRESLEY: That was just an evolution of being together, working for a long time. I just kind of happened that you know -- had a crush on him from the minute I met him, personally, but yes.

KING: Serious?

PRESLEY: It's serious, yes. I mean, you know, I don't want to have anything else, you know.

KING: There's no other person in your life?


KING: Are you going to get engaged?

PRESLEY: I don't know.

KING: Can you envision it, though?

PRESLEY: Yes, I could envision spending the rest of my life with him, easily.

KING: What's special about guitarist Michael Lockwood? Other than, I assume, he's a pretty good guitarist. You would not with a bad guitarist.

PRESLEY: I just had this idea we would be perfect together. And I don't think I realized how right I was when I thought that. You know, just everything. We're together 24-7. We do everything together. And just -- I've never had a relationship like this before. So it took me 36 years, mind you but.

KING: To find this?


KING: Would you say this is the great love?


KING: Would your dad like him had?


KING: Because?

PRESLEY: Because my mother loves him. And I can go off of the fact that I know that -- I haven't met anybody that doesn't like him. He not somebody that people don't like. He doesn't have that kind of vibe about him.

KING: Wouldn't you bet that your dad would have been rough on guys you dated?

PRESLEY: Whew, yes, yes.

KING: He would have been controlling?

PRESLEY: Um-hum, um-hum.

KING: Do you often think, Lisa Marie, to that terrible day, because you were there when he passed away.


KING: Do you think back to it a lot?

PRESLEY: I don't usually go into this either. You know, that's something I haven't talked about.

Yes, I was. And you know, it's something I tend to stay away from getting into, because once I open that door, every time, you know, it just, that's all that's going to be brought up to me.

KING: Do you fear yourself being addicted to substances, because that is genetic.

PRESLEY: Right. No. I don't. I've never been -- I mean...

KING: Never felt susceptible to it?

PRESLEY: No, never.

KING: Because you know it's genetic. You're smart, you know that -- like the trait to alcoholism is passed on.

PRESLEY: Right. That's, yes, that's a theory, um-hum. I've never had an addiction, an addiction to anything.

KING: We'll be right back with Lisa Marie Presley. Don't go away.


P. PRESLEY: My daughter? Surprisingly enough, I don't think she really knew the impact nor did she really know what had happened.

KING: 9's a tough age.

P. PRESLEY: 9 is very tough. And it was very difficult for her to believe. I remember that she was, she took a golf cart that she would ride around Graceland. And she was out with her friend. And I thought that was a little odd. But then again, remembering the age. And I actually preferred her to be out than in the house, because it was very depressing.



KING: We're back with Lisa Marie Presley. Her new CD is "Now What."

How big a tour?

PRESLEY: You know, I'm kind of comfortable in 2, 1, 3,000 a night type of places. I like house of blues a lot, so that's kind what have we stick around.

KING: They keep you working a lot? Do you like going out for extended periods?

PRESLEY: Two -- yes, two to three weeks I'm out. Two nights on, one night off, typically.

KING: And does that take you away from your daughter?

PRESLEY: No, they come out with me. Or if when, I plan a tour around when they're going to be out of town or something. So we all -- I'm sure that, you know, they're never -- we're never apart more than a week.

KING: Is there anything about your singing that's like your dad?

PRESLEY: Gosh, I...

KING: Thinking the heart out. He didn't write songs.

PRESLEY: He was technically emotionally brilliant. I am kind of skidding around.

KING: He didn't write, though.

PRESLEY: No, no, he didn't. I'm sure he could have. I don't think it was at that time, people weren't really writing their own music. I don't think anybody was. But there are some tones that I can get going that could be similar, here and there.

KING: Because you realize he changed music, didn't he.

PRESLEY: Oh, yes he did.

KING: I mean, he set a trend in American music. PRESLEY: And what a cross to bare at the time, in the '50s.

KING: And meaning?

PRESLEY: Mean, that type of -- breaking through the pressure and that, you know -- I mean, I don't even know what kind of music was happening. He had a, you know, tidal wave come at him for changing -- you know doing all the things he did. And it's kind of hard for people -- that's where this documentary is good, because it's kind of hard for people to -- nowadays you can pretty much do anything, and it's not -- no one's shocking anybody anymore. At that time, you know, it was very, very conservative and what he did was completely -- you know, it blew everybody, you know.

KING: They wouldn't show the bottom half of him on Ed Sullivan. It was a riot.


KING: Do you like being involved in the business end?

PRESLEY: In terms of the estate?

KING: You're involved in decisions...


KING: ... or 15 percent, you like that?

PRESLEY: Yes, I do. I've been sort of bred to do that since I was 16. My mom made know go to meetings since I was 16 to get me used to the whole idea, so yes. It's a big responsibility for me and I take it very seriously.

KING: You are the inheritor are you not?


KING: Because they were divorced.


KING: Your mom was involved...


KING: ... but it's your baby. That's a big responsibility.


KING: It's going to pass on to Riley.

PRESLEY: It is. Yes.

KING: Do you feel it?

PRESLEY: Yes. When I make a decision like I made, yes.

KING: That was your decision?

PRESLEY: It was -- no, it was actually all of us. I mean, we all -- believe me. You know, it was a lot of phone calls, a lot of meetings, a lot of back and forth. But you know, when my mother opened the house originally, it was actually the graves first. You know, everybody screamed at her for doing that. And then when she opened the house she got screamed at. If you make a move, you're going to upset people. So, you have to, you know -- it's kind of -- it is a big responsibility.

KING: Do you keep in touch with his many, many old friends?

PRESLEY: I don't -- you know, I heard you had a show. KING: Oh, we did, great show.

PRESLEY: Was it good?

KING: Great show.


KING: Boy, they loved your dad.

PRESLEY: Right. I'm in touch with Jerry Shilling and Joe Esposito. Those are the two I still talk to.



KING: They're army buddies?


KING: And the go back -- and continue this thing of a legacy with your dad.


KING: He's part of their life every day.


KING: How close a father was he to you?


KING: Because you traveled a lot.

PRESLEY: You know, when he wasn't traveling, he was with me. I was with him as much as he could be.

KING: Did He want you sing?

PRESLEY: I don't...

KING: You were nine.

PRESLEY: He wanted know play piano. And I know that when my mother -- when he was away my momma had me sing in a tape recorder and send it to him. So, maybe. I'd have to ask her.

KING: What's Graceland like? Do you spend much time there?

PRESLEY: I go there two -- two to three times a year, and as much as I can. I still have family there. So, I sort of like it to inject life into the house every now and then. You know, have us all go up there and eat.

KING: What is there tour thought it. What does a tourist get at Graceland?

PRESLEY: Usually they pay for a ticket and they can -- there's property across the street, there's a plane. There's museums across the street the house itself. There's the grave site. So, there's several different things.

KING: There's the plane?

PRESLEY: There's the -- the Lisa Marie is across the street.

KING: It's the Lisa Marie. He's buried there, too?


KING: So, you can visit the burial site.


KING: And you can go through the house?

PRESLEY: Yes. Everything but upstairs is open.

KING: The living quarters.


KING: We'll be back with our remaining moments with Lisa Marie Presley. The new CD is "Now What." We'll ask about that song after this.


PRESLEY: Everyone had horses and golf carts. One person would get on and then everyone would get on. And then it would be like -- you know, like a convoy of golf carts. It was always crazy.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So, we're trying to keep up with him. And it's kind of hard to do, because he was, he could be pretty wild.

PRESLEY: I also led the convoy when I got old enough to hit the pedal.

P. PRESLEY: So, when Lisa started doing the same thing with her little friends. She had a golf cart and would drive all over Graceland at a very young age, like, 5 or 6-years-old.

PRESLEY: I had about five friends up there and some cousins.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: She had her own little entourage of people.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We can ride and do, a we were really luckily that nobody probably got hurt.

PRESLEY: So, we'd all sort of congregate when I'd came to town, and everyone would get a golf cart.



KING: We're back with Lisa Marie Presley. Does your -- the father of your daughter like Michael?

PRESLEY: They're very good friends. I never thought it would happen. It's the most amazing thing.


PRESLEY: Yeah, I've just -- we've been through so much, you know. When I was 19, I knew to have my children with Danny, and no matter what would happen, in our lives we could always be connected and be OK, you know, regardless. And it's been very difficult at times, being with other people and having him be OK with the fact that we're so close and that we still have, you know, I understand that we have a very amazing responsibility together, that we brought this in here together, and because of whatever happened with us, it has nothing to do with them. So we still raise our kids together. And that's kind of a tall order for someone...

KING: Michael has to understand that you might talk to him a lot, be friends with him a lot.

PRESLEY: Right. So they actually -- you know, Michael is the musical director and Danny's playing bass, so I mean, it's kind of one of those things...

KING: Michael is his boss?

PRESLEY: Basically, yeah. You know, they all work together, we all work together, but yeah, it's -- there's a great thing going on, and I'm really thankful, because it took a long time for that to happen.

KING: You wrote "Raven" for your mom. You ever write a song for your dad?

PRESLEY: There was a song on my first record called "Nobody Noticed It" that I wrote for him.

KING: "Nobody Noticed It."

PRESLEY: Uh-huh.

KING: "Now What?" is about what?

PRESLEY: "Now What?" is kind of a me struggling with -- it's just a vulnerable me struggling with something that was at one time really important to me that I tried to be a part of, that I wasn't -- didn't feel like I caught it. So I'm kind of, you know, talking about that, if that makes any sense.

KING: Does writing come easily to you?


KING: It does, flows?


KING: You throw away a lot of stuff?

PRESLEY: No. Not that often, actually.

KING: You don't? Because a lot of writers just write and tear things up and go to other things.


KING: You stay with it?

PRESLEY: Pretty much.

KING: Still a Scientologist?

PRESLEY: Yes, sir.

KING: What attracted you to Scientology? Tom Cruise is a good friend and I hear a lot about it.

PRESLEY: Yeah. I think that -- what attracted me was I just knew that it was for me, because it wasn't something that was going to -- you know, make me believe in something or -- they just had the answers. They explained life, people, me, that made sense to me, that worked, that, you know, answered a lot of my questions.

KING: Do you use it a lot? I mean, do you go to meetings?

PRESLEY: There's no meetings, but I definitely use and refer to, you know, the man was a genius, I don't know what to say other than that.

KING: I knew him.

PRESLEY: You did? Wow.

KING: Interviewed him.


KING: In the '60s, off a science fiction book he wrote.

PRESLEY: Right. Right.

KING: A great interview, by the way.

PRESLEY: Really?

KING: On science fiction, he was a great interview.

PRESLEY: Was it print or TV? KING: No, on TV in Miami.

PRESLEY: Wow! That's very interesting.

KING: Yeah. It's historic. They should have saved the tape.

PRESLEY: You should have saved it.

KING: Like (ph) kinescope, because I mean, the Scientologists, I mean, look up to him as he's the founder of the faith. Is it called a faith?

PRESLEY: It was a religion. It was bona fide, it was acknowledged as a religion by the IRS, actually.

KING: Why do you think it's controversial?

PRESLEY: I think that anything that's young and growing quickly is scary and controversial, and anything with religion is also a bit sketchy. You know what I mean? When you have that -- that on it, organized, and usually there's different, you know, things. But the bottom line is, is that what's in there and what he says is not something that you have to believe. You read it, you go out and you check it out, and you see if it's not the truth. And it works exactly as he said. He figured out a lot. And that, you know, it makes sense, and therefore, it answers a lot of questions. It brings a lot of sanity in my life.

KING: What do you want to do now? You want to tour. There will be another CD hopefully. You want to keep on singing?


KING: Other goals? You want to act?

PRESLEY: No, I don't want to act.

KING: Don't want to do like your father did?

PRESLEY: I'm not -- you know, for me, like I said, my contribution is through my writing and my music, and I'm not someone who just wants attention -- or not that he was, but you know, nowadays people are doing everything. And they just -- I'm not...

KING: If you marry Michael Lockwood, you want children?

PRESLEY: Yes. Very much. That's definitely something I want.

KING: And so does Michael?


KING: And you're 36.

PRESLEY: Yes, 37.

KING: So get married soon. You don't want to go 42, 43, right?

PRESLEY: I don't want to distract -- yeah, we just don't want like to get the wrong attention right now, so we just do our thing.

KING: Would it get the wrong attention?

PRESLEY: If my record's coming out and people are interested in your other stuff more than they are that, so we're just kind of, you know, doing our thing, we're working right now.

KING: You do want to keep on singing, though.

PRESLEY: Yes, I do.

KING: And keep on writing?

PRESLEY: As long as I know that what I'm doing is helping others, or, you know, contributing to something good, I'll continue.

KING: Would you say that you are happy?

PRESLEY: Yes. Very happy.

KING: Happiest ever?

PRESLEY: Yes, without a doubt.

KING: Because of career, Michael, the whole ball of wax, Riley, mom.

PRESLEY: All of it, everything is in order right this minute, you know, everything. All the ducks are in a row, quacking in the same direction right now, and it seems, you know, that's great. I hate saying that kind of stuff, because then you think about it, you're like, ah, what's going to happen.

KING: Don't want jinx it. People get mad...


KING: ... because they don't like to see you happy.

PRESLEY: Of course they don't. You know, a majority -- at least 20 percent of the population doesn't.

KING: That's a big amount.

PRESLEY: It is, actually, when you think about it.

KING: Do you worry about what people think about you?

PRESLEY: It would affect me. I am greatly affected when I feel negativity, particularly. It does definitely have its effect.

KING: Who doesn't want to be liked? PRESLEY: Right. To some degree, you do. I mean, you can put up as much of a front as you want, but the bottom line is, is that, you know, everyone's affected by somebody wanting to take them down.

KING: Continued good luck, doll.

PRESLEY: Thank you very much, sir.

KING: Sir?

PRESLEY: No, sorry.

KING: Just humble...



KING: I know I'm old, but sir? Lisa, raised right. Raised right.

Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of Elvis and Priscilla, and (INAUDIBLE) in her own life, a new album "Now What?" We thank her very much. I'll be back in a couple of minutes.


KING: Thanks for joining us on this edition of LARRY KING LIVE with Lisa Marie Presley. Her new CD is "Now What?"

I'll tell you now what. Now what is "NEWSNIGHT" with Aaron Brown. See you tomorrow night. Good night.


Apr.29 (Concert) SunFest, West Palm Beach, FL


May 1 (Concert) Beale Street Music Festival, Memphis, TN

Beale Street Music Festival

May 1 CBS Sunday Morning News

5-02-05 Nashville, TN The Cannery

The Cannery

May 3 Book, "Elvis by the Presleys" and 2-CD, "Elvis by the Presleys" (SONY BMG) Released

May 4 (Concert) House Of Blues, North Myrtle Beach, SC

House of Blues

May 4 A&E Biography (re-air: 10 pm EST)

May 5 (Concert) The NorVa, Norfolk, VA

The Norva Theatre

May 5 A&E Biography (re-air: 2 am EST)

5-08-05 Boston, MA - (New!) Paradise Club

Paradise Club

5-09-05 Alexandria, VA - (New!) The Birchmere

The Birchmere

5-10-05 New York, NY - (New!) Supper Club

Supper Club

5-12-05 Rama, ON Casino Rama

Casino Rama

May 13 (TV) CBS TV Special, Elvis by the Presleys

Elvis By The Presleys

5-14-05 Atlantic City, NJ Trump Marina Casino

Trump Marina Casino

5-15-05 Asbury Park, NJ - Stone Pony Landing

May 17 (TV) Good Morning America (performance)Website

Lisa Announced On The Good Morning America Show, She Thinks there Will Be Another Tour.

May 17 DVD, "Elvis by the Presleys"

Elvis By The Presleys

May 18 (TV) The View (performance) Website

May 19 (Free Concert) City Hall Park, NYC, NY

(Signing) J&R Store (Park Row, NYC) In-store Signing

LMP UPDATES. ´┐Ż Vh1 special on LMP will debut on May 22 - Inside Out

May 22 (postponed) till the July 6th(TV)(... will show again on the 7th) 'Inside Out' VH1 Special Click On The Banner Above to See The special 'Inside Out' Website

May 20 TV Guide Channel - Interview

Lisa Mill Be On The Jay Leno Show May 26th

June 3 (TV) DirecTV Freeview

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During The Entire Month Of June 2005 Weekends had For Only For Directv Customers Free Preview On Channel 124 Inside Look : Lisa Marie Presley A Half Hour Free Show

June 9 ASYM's 13th Annual Spring Benefit Awards

June 12 (TV) A&E's Breakfast with the Arts

Lisa Marie Presley/David Sedaris. Aired on Sunday, June 12 2005 at 8:00am ET

Lisa Marie Presley visits our studio to perform and talk about her burgeoning career.

June 16, 2005

Lisa Marie Presley To Perform Pre-Race Concert For Pepsi 400 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (June 15, 2005) -- Capitol Records recording artist Lisa Marie Presley, who's recent album "Now What" debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard Charts, will perform a pre-race concert prior to the 47th annual Pepsi 400 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race on Saturday, July 2 at historic Daytona International Speedway.

Presley will perform a 30-minute pre-race concert in front of thousands of race guests on the legendary tri-oval of "The World Center of Racing" and millions more watching live on NBC Sports.

"We're excited to welcome Lisa Marie Presley to the 'World Center of Racing' for the Pepsi 400," Daytona International Speedway President Robin Braig said. "Presley's unique sound will provide an electric atmosphere for the most exciting night race on the NASCAR circuit."

"Although the Pepsi 400 will be the first NASCAR race that I've attended in person, I'm familiar with the exciting NASCAR culture," Presley said. "I'm honored to be able to perform at a storied venue such as Daytona International Speedway."

Presley's second album "Now What," has produced hits such as "Dirty Laundry" and "Idiot." Presley's debut album "To Whom It May Concern" was released in 2003 and reached Gold with hits such as "Sinking In" and "Lights Out."

In addition to her singing career, Presley also participates in numerous charitable activities including Presley Place, a housing community named after late entertainer Elvis

Presley and his family. The organization provides homeless families with shelter and a nurturing environment where residents can learn the skills and get the education they need to be independent and productive members of society.

June 22, 2005

Lisa Marie Presley's summer tour and new singles Lisa Marie Presley plans to do a summer tour for her album, Now What, which came out in April. The tour begins on June 28 in Dallas and includes a stop at the Pepsi 400 in Daytona Beach, FL on July 2, where Presley will perform the song "Thanx" for 150,000 NASCAR fans before the race. NASCAR will be using "Thanx" in a national television advertising campaign that kicks off in mid-July. Meanwhile, Capitol Records will take two new Presley singles to radio in July. "Thanx" will go for adds at the Hot AC format, and "Idiot," which features Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, will impact Top 40.

June 28 (Concert) Lakewood Theatre, Dallas, TX

June 29 (Concert) House Of Blues, New Orleans, LA

Lisa hit the road again for the second leg of her 'Now What' tour. on June 28th at the Lakewood Theater in Dallas, TX., and continued on to the House Of Blues in New Orleans LA, on June 29 , Appropriately, one of the highlights of the tour was a pre-race concert prior to the Pepsi 400 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race That Was on Saturday, July 2, at historic Daytona International Speedway,Lisa Marie Presley's Concerts, sqedualed After The Pepsi 400 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race on Saturday, July 2,Had Been Canceled , But Will Be Postponed for August and September,It Is based on her revamping the show as well as timing with future radio efforts since the singles are now coming out closer to the end of July.´┐Ż

Thu, Jun. 30, 2005

By Teresa Gubbins

Special to the Star-Telegram

DALLAS - That Lisa Marie Presley has talent might be expected; she is, after all, the daughter of Elvis. But what was surprising about her show Tuesday at the Lakewood Theatre, where she played for an audience of 1,000, was how completely normal she seemed.

Of course, who's to say who's normal? But Presley, who is on tour with a six-piece band to promote her new CD, Now What, came off as down to earth and supremely comfortable in her skin. She personified that whole casual-but-elegant deal, wearing a sea-green Cookie Monster T-shirt and green capris with a wide diamond bracelet that shot sparkly "these-rocks-are-real" darts all the way to the back of the theater.

Presley has definitely acquired an ease on stage that she lacked on her first tour in 2003, when she played the State Fair of Texas in support of her debut, To Whom It May Concern. The Lakewood served as a more fitting venue for her torchy tunes. With the uninhibited but respectful enthusiasm of the crowd -- a mixed group that included cheering women, gay men and older folks who were perhaps Elvis fans -- the venerable old theater felt a little wild by night's end.

One of her guitarists, Nick Lashley, did not perform because his mother died, so the band opted for an acoustic version of her oh-so-appropriate cover of Don Henley's Dirty Laundry.

We've all heard the offspring of famous people complain about how much tougher it is for them to make it than the rest of us. Lisa Marie never voiced that complaint. But hearing her soaring voice live, it was hard not to feel that she's been underestimated. Her best songs, including I'll Figure It Out and Thanx, were gorgeous, but with a sense of longing at the core.

When she introduced Raven as a song she wrote for her mother, there was that "ooooh, Priscilla" moment where it became clear what a complicated life Lisa Marie Presley has led -- and how gracefully she's carried it off.

7-02-05 Daytona, FL Pre-race Concert & Live Song on NBC TV

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Vh1 - Had a TV special on Lisa - 'Inside-Out' - It Was set to show on July 6th (... And showed again on the 7th)

Tuesday September 6th 2005

Lisa's help with hurricane relief

Lisa Marie Presley 's Memphis Visit In Support of Hurricane Relief On "Oprah" This Week 9/6/2005

Over the last two days Lisa Marie Presley was in Memphis purchasing items for hurricane relief shelters in the Memphis area. She visited the Memphis Food Bank and shelters in Tunica and at the Cummings Street Missionary Baptist Church. She was able to provide items that these facilities needed and visit with some of the evacuees. Part of this trip was featured on the September 7 edition of The Oprah Winfrey Show, which devoted its September 6th & 7th episodes to coverage of hurricane relief.

On Oprah's show On September 6th - She and some of her staff and friends were in New Orleans. Jamie Foxx, and Mathew McConaughey were there working. September 7th, Oprah was in Mississippi and Julia Roberts, Lisa , Chris Rock, and John Travola were there Helping.

Wednesday 7th 2005

Lisa Marie Presley Was On Oprah when she joined Oprah to aid Hurricane Katrina victims this week. "The Oprah Winfrey Show" aired Tuesday, Sept. 6th and Wednesday, Sept. 7th

hurricane Katrina Relief

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How To Help And Find Support

Wednesday 7th 2005

Some of The Same Footage That Was On The Oprah Show With Lisa Marie Presley Was On The Show The Insider Today Also.

The Insider

Friday September 9th 2005

Lisa Marie Presley Was on Fashion Rocks 2005 introducing David Bowie And Singing White Wedding With Billy Idol Friday September 9th on CBS

Check out Lisa's black "wedding" dress in a slide show on the CBS site.

TUESDAY October 18th 2005

TUESDAY Oct. 18 ´┐Ż In advance of her appearance as race grand marshal on Saturday, Capitol Records recording artist Lisa Marie Presley was on the airwaves at 4:00 p.m. on WGKX-FM Kix 106, the flagship station of Memphis Motorsports Park.

WEDNESDAY October 19th 2005

WEDNESDAY Oct. 19 2005 ´┐Ż For $106, NASCAR fans had a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take a few laps around a NASCAR track with a NASCAR driver. This high-speed opportunity included ´┐Żseat time´┐Ż on the track, plus a reserved seat to ´┐Żthe show´┐Ż on Oct. 22, as well as a tax-deductible donation to benefit St. Jude Children´┐Żs Research Hospital. Drivers tentatively scheduled to appear at this ´┐ŻRacing to Save Lives´┐Ż fundraiser included Kenny Wallace, David Stremme, Kim Crosby and Joel Kauffman. Erin Crocker will also make an appearance.

THURSDAY October 20th 2005

THURSDAY Oct. 20 2005´┐Ż If you felt the earth move at high noon, it was the real deal in the form of several 700-horsepower NASCARs rolling through the Memphis downtown business district and down the cobblestones of Beale Street for the city´┐Żs inaugural ´┐ŻRace Car Rumble.´┐Ż Drivers were tentatively scheduled to appear included Kenny Wallace (No. 22 AutoZone Ford), J.J. Yeley (No. 18 FedEx Chevrolet), David Stremme (No. 14 Navy Dodge), Brandon Miller (No. 21 Reese´┐Żs Chevrolet) and Justin Labonte (No. 44 U.S. Coast Guard Chevrolet).

At 4:00 p.m., Lisa Marie Presley was on the airwaves again, at 4:00 p.m. on WXMX-FM 98.1 The Max.

And at 7:00 p.m. Thursday evening, the stars of NASCAR and their fans filled the Arena at Sam´┐Żs Town Tunica for the annual NASCAR Fanfest. Drivers tentatively scheduled to appear included Bill Elliott, Kim Crosby, Clint Bowyer, Kerry Earnhardt, Johnny Sauter and Brent Sherman.

FRIDAY Oct. 21 ´┐Ż Before taking to the track for two afternoon practice sessions, NASCAR drivers made a special trip to St. Jude Children´┐Żs Research Hospital at 9:00 a.m. to visit with patients and their families.

RACE DAY Saturday Oct. 22 2005 - Blue Hat recording artist and music legend Charlie Daniels sang the National Anthem during pre-race ceremonies; Lisa Marie Presley gave the ´┐ŻDrivers, Start Your Engines´┐Ż command; Charlie Brown rode in the pace car, and Snoopy gave the wave of the green flag for the first of 250 laps on one of the most intimate and exciting short tracks in NASCAR.

And when the smoke finally cleared from victory lane and the fireworks, The Charlie Daniels Band headlined a post-race, 90-minute concert at the track.

Memphis Motorsports Park is owned by Dover Motorsports, Inc. (NYSE: DVD), a leading promoter of motorsports events in the United States. DVD subsidiaries operate tracks in three states, and present more than 500 motorsports events each year. This includes 15 major, national events which operate under the auspices of three of the premier sanctioning bodies in the U.S. ´┐Ż NASCAR, NHRA and IRL. Dover Motorsports, Inc. also owns and operates Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del., Nashville Superspeedway near Nashville, Tenn., and Gateway International Raceway near St. Louis, Mo.

Saturday October. 22 2005

Lisa Marie was named grand marshal of Busch Series Sam's Town 250

Lisa Marie Presley served as grand marshal of the NASCAR Busch Series Sam's Town 250, Oct. 22 2005, at Memphis Motorsports Park.

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Saturday October. 22 2005
Lisa Marie, Jimmy Jam presented music awards Hayes, Porter was honored by local chapter of Recording Academy at gala

Academy Gala

When: Oct. 22

Where: Cook Convention Center

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- NASCAR roared into town with a full schedule of events on and off the track in advance of the Sam´┐Żs Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park Saturday, Oct. 22 2005.

Lisa Marie Presley and R&B songwriter Jimmy Jam presented Isaac Hayes and David Porter with their awards when the famous duo is honored at the Memphis Chapter of the Recording Academy Honors 2005 gala this month.

The local chapter of the Grammy-awarding Academy recently announced this year's celebrity honorees are moviemaker Craig Brewer, performing artist Justin Timberlake and songwriters Hayes and Porter, for the Oct. 22 event at Cook Convention Center.

"Lisa Marie and Isaac are very close when both worked to open the Church of Scientology's Memphis mission , Lisa present Isaac with a award.

Jimmy Jam, who partners with songwriter Terry Lewis, was a co-presenter with Presley.

"It just seemed like a natural fit because Jimmy and Terry are like the modern day version of Isaac and David," she said.

Jimmy Jam, whose real name is James Harris III, and Lewis gained fame when the two wrote and produced Janet Jackson's breakthrough album Control in 1986.

Presley, on the second leg of her "Now What Tour," also took part in several Recording Academy events this year, including Grammy SoundCheck, where musicians discuss the industry with music students.

there was a red-carpet area set up for the public to get a glimpse of the stars before the celebrity-filled event.

There was also an auction of music memorabilia and art with proceeds going to the MusiCares Hurricane Relief Fund.

Memphis Motorsports sells out for Busch race The NASCAR Sam's Town 250 Busch Series Race held at Memphis Motorsports Park on Oct. 22, has sold out in advance for the first time in the race's 7-year history.

The race, that took place Saturday Oct. 22 2005, also put attendance for the Memphis Motorsports Park's 2005 schedule at over 500,000 fans, setting a new record for the park. The race sold out before, but usually due to walk-up sales on the day of the event. As of Oct. 10, the race had 2,000 tickets left and those were gone as of today.

The race featured Lisa Marie Presley as the race's grand marshal and concerts by Travis Tritt and Charlie Daniels.


Entertainment Tonight: (#6293) - 10/26/2005 (WEDNESDAY)

ET's all about the music on tonight's edition.

Our cameras are rolling as LISA MARIE PRESLEY shoots her new video -a clip for her latest single, "Idiot"... exclusively on ET!

Entertainment Tonight Lisa Marie Presley

Now What? Lisa Marie's New Mystery Video!

October 26, 2005

Hot off the heels of her hit cover, "Dirty Laundry," LISA MARIE PRESLEY has an all-new music video -- with a mystery twist! ET's MARY HART caught up with the famous daughter of ELVIS and PRISCILLA on the downtown L.A. set of the new video.

Lisa Marie tells Mary about "Idiot," the second single from her latest CD, Now What. "I am basically stalking a couple in this video. There is kind of a twist to the end."

So just who is she stalking? And where did the idea for the song come from? "That one came from a lot of years of someone driving me completely crazy," says Lisa Marie, who refuses to divulge who the song is about. "I can't say, because I haven't had any contact with that particular person."

Although the singer admits that the tune can be a little mean-spirited, it has to be taken somewhat tongue-in-cheek: "I did formulate these things, and insulted in such a concise, nice way, that it speaks for a lot of people, in a lot of different fronts," she explains. "It could be talking about anyone you hate."

November 2nd 2005

Nov. 2 (TV) The Ellen DeGeneres Show The Ellen DeGeneres Show Website

November 3rd 2005

Nov. 3rd (TV) Entertainment Tonight (interview) Entertainment Tonight Website


Entertainment Tonight will run an exclusive interview with LMP, behind-the-scenes, from the set of "Idiot" video shoot.

Lisa Marie: One On One With Mary Hart

LISA MARIE PRESLEY is getting angry on the streets of downtown Los Angeles, but don't let that fool you, the rock royal is only acting it up for her new video for her single "Idiot" from her latest album Now What. In real life, the 37-year-old songstress is singing life's praises as she opens up about music, motherhood and whether a wedding is in the works.

"I am the happiest I've ever been and I'm in the most sane, calm, best relationship that I've ever been in, for sure," she says of her romance with her musical director boyfriend MICHAEL LOCKWOOD, keeping quiet about any marriage plans.

She says they simply make each other happy. "I can tell you the most amazing thing is that we've been together for two years and there hasn't been one fight," she says, "which is a pretty big deal."

And proof that the pair are in a mature -- and unique -- relationship is the fact that her ex-husband, and father of her two children, DANNY KEOUGH, is in her band -- the one her boyfriend directs.

"Michael is the musical director, so he's like the boss of the band, Danny is the father of my children and we have this other dynamic," she says. "It's very complicated, yet it's very simple because they get along so well that it doesn't interfere with anything."

Being a mother to her two teenage children is also something Lisa Marie takes pride in. She says although she's not a "crazy, controlling mother," she does worry about her kids growing up in La La land.

"The things I don't want her doing are getting affected by L.A., having Hollywood kids, Hollywood clubs, the Hollywood scene," she says. "I'm so against all of that."

For more on Mary's exclusive conversation with Lisa Marie, watch tonight's ET.

November 6th 2005
When you watch Lisa's vido "Idiot" pay close attention about halfway through and you will see her daughter Riley pass by.

November 6th 2005

Check out Presley's Pride - Idiot full screen

November 6th 2005

Click here: Lisa's new video "Idiot" Media Player

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Riley Keough

November 6th 2005

About Riley's Miss Dior Cherie campaign for perfume from Dior.

Christian Dior creative director John Galliano believed there was only one face with the attitude to bring his newest fragrance to life, and it belongs to Riley Keough, Elvis Presley's granddaughter.

"Once you lock eyes with her, you are mesmerized. Ever since I met her she enchanted and inspired me," Galliano says. Miss Dior Cherie is supposed to be a younger, more modern version of the classic Miss Dior perfume, which was modeled after Brigitte Bardot. The character is coquettish, beautiful, full of free energy and Parisian.

While Keough is actually from Los Angeles, she has the "joie de vivre" that would celebrate the fragrance, according to Galliano.

"The perfume is sweet, like the girl, and is young and a fresh reinvention of Miss Dior.

November 6th 2005

11-6 (Concert) Portland, OR Roseland Theater

November 7th 2005

Vh1 to air "Idiot" Video Get ready to see LMP's new video for her song "Idiot" on Vh1! It will be on or before November 7th.

November 8th 2005

11-8 (Concert) San Francisco, CA Bimbo's 365 Club

November 10th 2005

11-10 (Concert) San Diego, CA House of Blues

November 11th 2005

11-11 (Concert) Los Angeles, CA House of Blues

November 11th 2005

Audio interview that Lisa did this morning on the Mark and Brian show KLOS! If you'd like to hear it, Here's the direct link: Lisa radio interview

November 13th 2005

11-13 (Concert) Las Vegas, NV House of Blues

November 13th 2005

Lisa Marie Presley interview on Extra TV! Extra TV caught up with Lisa in San Francisco and filmed an inverview.

Extra TVS Web Site Extra Tv

November 15th 2005

11-15 (Concert) Denver, CO Gothic Theatre

November 16th 2005

11-16 (Concert) Kansas City, MO Ameristar Casino

November 18th 2005

11-18 (Concert) Columbia, MO The Blue Note

November 19th 2005

11-19 (Concert) Fort Wayne, IN Piere's

November 21st 2005

11-21 (Concert) Promowest Pavilion, Columbus, OH

November 22nd 2005

11-22 (Concert) Chicago, IL House of Blues

Lisa's tour ended Nov. 22 2005


December 14th 2005

NASCAR banquet on TNT

Guest comic for the evening was American Comedy Award and Cable Ace Award winner Richard Jeni while Lisa Marie Presley; a participant in NASCAR's 2005 "image campaign" provided the musical entertainment.

The ceremony hosted by NBC/TNT NASCAR commentator Allen Bestwick and featuring TV colleague and former Cup champion Benny Parsons, was telecasted on TNT at midnight Dec. 14th. EST

Lisa Performed At The NASCAR Bush Series Banquet At The Portofino Bay Hotel On December 9th and was telecasted on TNT at midnight Dec. 14th. EST

Check Out The NASCAR Busch Series Banquet photos In The

lisamarieonline Website the number one site for Lisa Marie Presley fans! Lisa Marie Presley Online opened on August 30th, 2003.They added 9 new photos of Lisa at NASCAR Busch Series Banquet on December 9th. You Can Also Click here to see them!

Lisa Marie Presley Marries!

in a traditional Japanese ceremony in Kyoto, Japan on January 22.

Lisa and Lockwood married - from March People Magazine

February 16, 2006

February 16, 2006 , ET has confirmed that LISA MARIE PRESLEY has married! According to a spokesperson for the star, the 38-year-old daughter of music legend ELVIS PRESLEY wed musician and producer MICHAEL LOCKWOOD in a traditional Japanese ceremony in Kyoto, Japan on January 22.

The bride's mother, actress PRISCILLA PRESLEY, walked her down the aisle and gave her away, while the best man was DANNY KEOUGH, Lisa Marie's former husband and the father of their two children. Daughter RILEY, 16, was the maid of honor, and son BENJAMIN, 13, was a groomsman. Michael's parents, VIVIAN and WILLIAM, were also in attendance.

Last November, Lisa Marie invited our own MARY HART to the set of the video shoot for her single "Idiot," where she gushed about her romance with Lockwood.

"I am the happiest I've ever been and I'm in the most sane, calm, best relationship that I've ever been in, for sure," she said then, although she chose to keep quiet about any marriage plans at the time.

"I can tell you the most amazing thing is that we've been together for two years and there hasn't been one fight," she added, "which is a pretty big deal."

And proof that the pair are in a mature -- and unique -- relationship is the fact that ex-husband and father of her two children, Danny Keogh, is in her band -- the one her new husband directs.

"Michael is the musical director, so he's like the boss of the band, Danny is the father of my children and we have this other dynamic," she says. "It's very complicated, yet it's very simple because they get along so well that it doesn't interfere with anything."

Lisa Marie was also previously married to popstar MICHAEL JACKSON from 1994-1996, and to actor NICOLAS CAGE, from 2002-2004.

For more news on Lisa Marie's nuptials, tune in to ET!

Lisa Marie Presley Marries! ETonline

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March 27th 2006 - On Entertainment Tonight It Was Reported That Lisa Marie Presley Was Maried At a Small Inn And Not A Japenese Temple as Reported, after The Ceremony Snow Started To Fall, A Sign Of Good Luck in Japenese Culture.

May 4th

Lisa Marie Presley And Michael Lockwood At Rolling Stone Party

Lisa Marie Presley And Michael Lockwood, Attended The Rolling Stone Party, Check Out Pictures From The Rolling Stone Party On Lisa's

May 6th 2006

American Idol Taping At Graceland

May 6th 2006 - American Idol Taping At Graceland,Priscilla Presley And Lisa Marie Presley Were There, and Will Priscilla Gave The Remaining 4 American Idols A Tour Of Graceland On May 16th.

The Show Elvis American Idol Show Aired On 05/09/06 and 05/10/06.

On 05/09/06 Lisa Marie Presley Was Spotted In The Backround During Elliots Rehearsal,and On 05/10/06 The American Idol Show, Played Footage Of When Lisa Took The American Idols For A Ride On The Golf Carts,That Was The Best I Must Add.

Some Links Had A Picture Of Lisa in background on American Idol On 05/09/06 Has Footage That Was Taped American Idols Visit To Graceland Also Check Out Presleys Pride

May 11, 2006

Lisa back into modeling

.A.C In The News Viva Glam´┐Żs new girls, and lots more

Thursday, May 11, 2006

(NEW YORK) Debbie Harry, Eve, Lisa Marie Presley, and Dita Von Teese are the new faces of M.A.C Viva Glam 6, The Daily has learned. The dynamic foursome was in New York on May 2, meeting for interviews with long-lead press at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The latest installment of this worldwide philanthropic initiative, the brainchild of John Demsey, global president of Est´┐Że Lauder and M.A.C Cosmetics, and M.A.C. AIDS Fund chairman, has generated more than $45 million dollars towards AIDS research to date. This new initiative will officially launch in October 2006, as will a special ad campaign shot by Michael Thompson.

In other M.A.C news, Nylon accessories director Dani Stahl and beauty director Fiorella Valdesolo traveled to the cosmetic company´┐Żs Canadian headquarters in Toronto yesterday as part of Stahl´┐Żs ongoing ´┐ŻFactory Girl´┐Ż series in the magazine. The two documented their process as they produced a M.A.C lipstick in a custom pinkish-red shade, which will tentatively be named after Stahl´┐Żs column (the name Nylon was already taken, FYI). The whirlwind trip, which lasted a total of 18 hours, will be profiled in the magazine´┐Żs September issue.

Presedint Bush and First Lady Mrs Bush ,Take Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi To Graceland

Friday June 30th 2006 - A Big Exciting Day For Graceland, and Elvis Fans Everywere,Including Myself, It Was Very Exciting Listening To Elvis Radio 13, Covered By Elvis Radio 13 On Sirius Satellite ,Elvis Radio 13 Played All Favorite Elvis Presley Songs, Selcected by Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi, Elvis Radio 13 Had Been Talking To Many Fans Who Were There , Many Other TV And Satellite Networks , Local and National Media Were There As Well,Presedint Bush and First Lady Mrs Bush,Takes Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi To Graceland, And They Got A Tour Of Graceland Bye Priscilla Presley And Lisa Marie Presley.

Bush and Koizumi visit to Graceland - from Bill Burk's report

Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi scored BIG points with everyone who met him at Graceland and in Memphis today. He came across as just an average guy ... and NO QUESTION his knowledge of Elvis Presley, his idol.

Koizumi, President and Mrs. George W. Bush were given an hour's escorted tour of Graceland by Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley, but insiders say the "escorted" part was really not necessary; that Koizumi pretty well knew all about the inside of the mansion.

Elvis' famous pink Cadillac convertible was brought from the auto museum across the street to Graceland's lawn to save time.

He sang Elvis songs in the Jungle Room. He hugged Lisa Marie. He truly expressed joy in visiting the Home of the King !

He was given a pair of Elvis sun glasses, which he put on immediately and did his post-tour press comments wearing them. President Bush was given one of Elvis' big belt buckles. Will go well with his blue jeans he wears at his ranch in Crawford, Texas.

After a tour of the National Civil Rights Museum, conducted by our longtime friend, Dr. Benjamin Hooks, the group then dined on BBQ at the Rendezvous.

There they were fed chopped BBQ, BBQ ribs, slaw and potato salad on paper plates; with an apple cobbler and vanilla ice cream dessert.

They were entertained by The Dempseys, who used to be the house band at EP's Memphis, and, sure enough, Koizumi left his BBQ, grabbed a microphone and sang a couple of Elvis songs with the band.

AFTER, Bush flew on to Ohio for a campaign stop and Koizumi reportedly flew on to New Orleans.

From White House website

Click here: - Bush, Koizumi pay their respects to 'the king' - Jun 30, 2006

Sep 7th 2006

Entertainment Tonight ...... and we're your "date" to the "Viva Glam VI" dinner with Lisa Marie Presley to kick off M.A.C. Cosmetics' annual campaign to benefit AIDS research!

Lisa was on Oprah next TUESDAY October 10th 2006. Lisa gave Oprah a tour of Graceland, and also let her view Elvis memorabilia that is off limits to the public!!!!!

In the summer of 2006, Oprah Winfrey and her friend and colleague Gayle King took a road trip in America and shot footage along the way for a series of weekly features for the current season of The Oprah Winfrey Show. Billed as Oprah and Gayle's Great Adventure, the trip brought the ladies to Elvis Presley's Graceland for a special evening with Lisa Marie Presley and her husband Michael Lockwood. First was a tour of Graceland, then the four gathered in the dining room for relaxed, personal conversation and a downhome-style dinner in the Presley family tradition.

The Graceland feature was set to air on the Tuesday, October 10th edition of The Oprah Winfrey Show. Elvis footage Was included. Visit to learn more about Oprah and Gayle's trip, and watch for a preview of the Graceland.

LMP Autumn 2006 Tour

Sep.29 2006 Club Bijou (Formerly The Asylum), Toledo, OH

Sep.30 2006 Pierre's, Ft. Wayne, IN

Oct. 2 2006 House of Blues, Chicago, IL

Oct. 4 2006 Birchmere, Alexandria, VA

Oct. 6 2006 Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ

Oct. 8 2006 Rams Head, Baltimore, MD

Oct. 9 2006 BB Kings, New York, NY

Oct.11 2006 City Hall, Nashville, TN

Oct.13 2006 Delta Downs Casino, Vinton, LA

Oct.14 2006 Bluesville Showroom, Robinsonville, MS

Oct.16 2006 La Zona Rosa, Austin, TX

Oct.18 2006 Voodoo, N.Kansas City, MO

Oct.19 2006 Buffalo Run Casino, Miami, OK

October 20th 2006 ,Lisa Marie Presley On Entertainment Tonight,From BB Kings New York, NY Recorded Oct. 9 2006 , Ryan Cabrera is Riley Keoughs Lisa Marie Presleys Daughers Boyfriend, And Is In Lisa's Band, Lisa Said We are Like the Partridge Family

11/02/06 Redding, CA Win River Casino

11/03/06 Sparks, NV John Ascuaga's Nugget-Celebrity Showroom

11/04/06 Sparks, NV John Ascuaga's Nugget-Celebrity Showroom

11/08/06 Solana Beach, CALIF. Belly Up Tavern

11/09/06 Anaheim, CALIF. House of Blues Anaheim Special Guest: Ryan Carrera

11/11/06 Las Vegas, NV Empire Ballroom

11/14/06 Victoria, BC, Canada McPherson Playhouse

11/15/06 Nanaimo, BC, Canada Port Theatre

11/17/06 Coquitlam, BC, Canada Red Robinson Theatre

11/19/06 Calgary, AB, Canada The Whiskey

11/20/06 at Edmonton, AB, Canada Cowboys-Edmonton

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Lisa concert - Hawaii


MAY 24

Kenny Chesney, Sheryl Crow, Lisa Marie Presley lead a benefit concert for Narconon, the drug-rehab program associated with the Church of Scientology, 7:30 p.m. May 24 at the Waikiki Shell.

The concert was to be hosted by actors (and husband and wife) John Travolta and Kelly Preston, who are members of Scientology. Preston also is a former Honolulan.

Other performers included local favorites Hapa and Go Jimmy Go.

LMP On Launch Yahoo Music Launch Cast

Yahoo Music Lisa Marie Presley

Idiot Video

If you haven't seen LMP's new video "Idiot", check it out her site or watch the LAUNCH/Yahoo premier on November 8th!!!.

Younger Lisa Marie Presley Pictures

Riley Keough

Ben and Riley Keough

Magazines and news papers

Inside Entertainment - The July 2005 issue of Inside Entertainment features an interview with Lisa.

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Lisa Marie Presley - don't mess with the King's only daughter. She's ready to tell it like it is on her searing new album and in her life. Here she talks to Melissa Etheridge.

LMP interviewed by Melissa Etheridge. Check out the May issue of Interview Magazine.

Capitol Press Release - Feb 24, 2005

Rolling Stone Jan 10th 2005 interview Lisa Marie on Estate Sale

Vogue August 2004

Lisa Marie Presley is in the Jan 26, '04 issue of IN TOUCH

Lisa Marie is featured in the Jan 2004 issue of GQ "Gentlemen's Quarterly" magazine as their '2003 Independent Woman'

Rolling Stone Magazine Check out the upcoming issue for an in-depth interview with LMP.

LA TIMES April 6 Issue

Newsweek Four Lives in One: Lisa Marie Presley April 7, 2003 issue



Paper magazine

JUNE/JULY 2 0 0 3

Pictures From Playboy Interview Only With Lisa Marie Presley, in the July 2003 issue of Playboy magazine.

Dish Magazine

Dish Magazine ~ 2003

Q Magazine Photos

Boston Phoenix

Royal flush

An Artical on Lisa Marie
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Jane Magazine

Jane Magazine ~ 2003

Modern Screen November 1979

People Magazine ~ March 1993

Vogue ~ April 1996

NY Times ~ March 2003

VH1 ~ 2003

The Commercial Appeal ~ April 4, 2003

Daily Telegraph ~ April 24, 2003

Blender Interview ~ 2003

Larry King Live ~ May 6, 2003

San Francisco Chronicle ~ May 4, 2003

Steppin Out ~ June 13, 2003

The Commercial Appeal ~ August 2003

LMP Interview ~ Sept 19, 2003 Portland, OR

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