Lisa Marie Presley is Fault's First Ever Reversible Cover
We are delighted to announce that this issue of FAULT Magazine will see us launch our first ever fully reversible cover. In addition to our main cover (featuring actress Brittany Snow), the Underground Issue will also see music icon and rock 'n' roll nobility Lisa Marie Presley adorn the back cover.
(L-R): BMI’s Clay Bradley, Lisa Marie Presley, and BMI’s Leslie Roberts and Mark Mason. Photo: Drew Maynard
Lisa Marie Presley visited BMI's Music Row offices on Monday, August 20, with her latest album Storm & Grace (produced by T Bone Burnett) in tow. The visit included a viewing of the video for Presley's single, "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet." While in Nashville, Presley also made her Grand Ole Opry debut. Source
On Tuesday night (Aug. 21), Lisa Marie Presley made her Grand Ole Opry debut, putting her in a tie with her late father, Elvis Presley, in terms of the number of times -- exactly once -- that they both performed on stage at the venerable institution. When asked about the impending Opry appearance while in Memphis for Elvis Week last week (Aug. 16 marking the 35th anniversary of Elvis' death at age 42), Lisa says she told fans that she hoped to break with family tradition. "I'm hoping that I'm not told to take up truck driving," she said, reopening the history books to Oct. 2, 1954. On that night, after his Opry guest spot, Elvis was told he might want to consider returning to Memphis and his job driving a delivery truck. Although he was, by all accounts, shattered at that advice, he obviously rebelled against it -- and changed the world forever in the process.
Lisa Marie Presley Makes Grand Ole Opry Debut August 21
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 22, 2012) Lisa Marie Presley made her Grand Ole Opry debut last night and wowed the sold-out audience by performing three songs from her current album, the Americana release Storm & Grace. Presley came on stage to a rousing welcome from the audience and immediately launched into "Over Me" followed by "Storm of Nails" and "Weary."