Lisa Marie Presley, who will always be a rock princess regardless of the quality or success of her music, will perform June 19 at the Fine Line. It is one of only 10 shows that Elvis’ only child has announced to promote her third album, “Storm and Grace,” which was released this month. Produced by T Bone Burnett, the album has been praised for Presley finally finding her personality on disc.
Tickets, which cost $20, will go on sale at noon Wednesday.
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