Elvis Presley’s music was legendary, with an incomparable voice that instantly made it clear he was the one singing as soon as you heard him. His sound and style were unrivaled to this day, leaving a lasting impact on future generations of artists.

Even if talent isn’t passed down through genetics, some relatives of famous actors and musicians are gifted with similar abilities. They may not be as acclaimed but that doesn’t diminish their exceptional gifts.

Lisa Marie Presley is the beloved daughter of Elvis, a renowned icon. While she may not have achieved her father’s level of fame, Lisa Marie has demonstrated remarkable talent as a vocalist nonetheless. It can only be imagined how taxing it must be to live without the presence and support of one’s own parent – especially in such young age and before having grown up with them; Lisa was merely 9 years old when Elvis passed away.

Although Elvis wasn’t there to witness his daughter, Lisa Marie grow up, technology enabled them to still share a beautiful moment. Through the power of modern tools, they were able to perform one of Elvis’ favorite gospel songs together and the video is truly heartwarming. This remarkable memory will be cherished by both father and daughter forever!

Get ready to be moved by the powerful duet of Elvis and Lisa Marie as they perform “Where No One Stands Alone” in this remarkable video.

In 2018, an album featuring the title track above was released and it featured collaborations with some of Elvis’ closest acquaintances. From Cissy Houston to Darlene Love, all songs on this record are duets comprised of people who knew The King in life.

In the liner notes of the album, Lisa Marie reflected on what it was like to collaborate with her dearly departed father. She said, “It was a very powerful and moving experience to sing with my father. The lyrics speak to me and touch my soul. I’m certain that the lyrics spoke to my father in much the same way.” She continued saying that gospel music “was his favorite genre – no question about it.” She added, “He seemed to be at his most passionate, and at peace while singing gospel. He would truly come alive – whether he was singing just for himself and me at home, or on stage in front of thousands of fans.”