Lisa Marie Presley talks about Elvis and his chart history
November 25, 2012
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Lisa Marie Presley talks about her father's legacy as the the most successful solo artist in UK chart history in a recent video with British website OfficialCharts.com. 'I think he would be surprised by his lasting legacy', explained Lisa Marie. 'I'm sure he'd be absolutely moved, surprised, shocked, flattered and honored'.
According to the UK's OfficialCharts.com, Elvis Presley's legacy remains incredibly strong in the UK. Over the last decade he has sold over 5.7 million albums and 2.2 million singles. In the last 18 months alone, he has sold 317,000 albums and 333,000 track downloads. 'Here in the UK, there's a real genuine adoration for him, and also just for music, which is why I ended up gravitating here', she added. 'I feel a deep appreciation for my father and that has inspired me. It made me feel really, really proud'. [From the video below]
Video : Lisa Marie Presley chat with Official Charts UK (02:40)
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