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Lisa Marie Presley Set to Perform at Park Theater in Cranston

Wednesday, November 06, 2013


Check out Lisa Marie Presley when she performs at the Park Theater in Cranston on November 23.

Lisa Marie Presley will showcase her newest work, "Storm & Grace," when she takes the stage of the historic Park Theatre in Cranston on Saturday, November 23. Tickets for the event are $25 and $35. A VIP ticket is also available for $125, which includes one concert ticket, one admission to a meet and greet with a photo opportunity, admission to pre-show Q&A or sound check, one exclusive autographed merchandise item, and one commemorative VIP laminate. All tickets are available by calling the Box Office at (401) 467-7275 or online at www.ParkTheatreRI.com.

Storm & Grace

Presley began recording "Storm & Grace" in 2010, not long after moving to London with her family. She wrote more than 30 songs in an eight month period and worked with many artists to put together her new album. Producer T-Bone Burnett explained, "When songs from Lisa Marie Presley showed up at my door, I was curious. I wondered what the daughter of an American revolutionary music artist had to say. What I heard was honest, raw, unaffected and soulful. I thought her father would be proud of her. The more I listened to the songs, the deeper an artist I found her to be—Lisa Marie Presley is a Southern American folk music artist of great value."

“Storm & Grace” attempts to rebrand Presley away from the pop star image of her previous albums, and back to her Southern roots. Rolling Stone spoke of her latest album with praise by saying, "Storm & Grace is the album she was born to make—a raw, powerful country, folk and blues collection that finds her embracing her Southern roots and family name.”

About Lisa Marie Presley

Born and raised in Memphis, Presley is the only child of the legendary Elvis Presley. Although her life was surrounded by musical influence, Presley did not release her own music until her album “To Whom It May Concern” in 2003. The album reached No. 5 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart and was certified gold. Prior to this, Presley focused on charitable pursuits that remain an integral part of her life today.

About the Park Theatre

Built in 1924, the Park Theatre served as a cultural landmark for nearly eight decades until its closing in 2002. Following seven years and $10 million in renovations, the Park was reborn as Rhode Island’s newest theatre and performing arts center. A fully-equipped, state of the art facility, the Park features concerts, comedy, theatrical performances, opera, dance recitals, children’s and family shows, and more. Through extensive renovations, the Park boasts a larger stage and 1,000 plush seats featuring significantly more legroom than most theatres. The facility also houses the Stage Door Restaurant and Lounge, a pre-show destination that offers a unique environment for guests to enjoy dinners, appetizer offerings and cocktails. Free parking is available for all events.


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