The show room at Chicago's City Winery Friday was packed with not only fans of the King of rock 'n' roll but admirers of his daughter who in the last decade has proved to be an affable entertainer with a growing number of fans.
Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis and Priscilla, took the stage at City Winery delivering a 90-minute show featuring tunes from her latest album "Storm and Grace" and a mix of other songs.
Presley's show, with a blend of ballads and uptempo tunes, was a good fit for the intimate venue.
"Storm and Grace," which was produced by T Bone Burnett, is filled with a variety of Americana sounds, from country/folk-tinged tunes to soulful bluesy selections.
Presley delivered strong live versions of songs such as "Over Me," "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet," "Storm & Grace," and "Idiot." Her signature alto tones blended well with the often sombre sounding musical arrangements.
Among other songs on Presley's playlist were "Weary," "Un-break," which she said she wrote for her son, "People," from "The Walking Dead" soundtrack, "Sticks and Stones," and "Soften the Blows."
Encore numbers were "I'll Figure It Out," and Tom Petty's "I Need to Know."
Prior to launching into "I Need to Know," Presley said, "I'm a fan of the great and wonderful Tom Petty and I love this song."
Presley also met with fans during a post-show meet and greet and question and answer session.