By Shiryn Ghermezian, EnStarz | Oct 16, 2012 11:38 AM EDT
Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of rock and roll king Elvis Presley, has a new music video coming out that features a duet with her late father.
Expected to premiere on Thursday, Oct. 18, on the country music television channel CMT and also on CMT.com, "I Love You Because" will connect Lisa Marie's voice to that of her father's in an emotional duet that is bound to bring back memories for fans who adorned The King of Rock and Roll.
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The video was recorded in August for the 35th anniversary of Elvis' death, Reuters reported. It was originally intended to be viewed only by the 25,000 fans who attended the special anniversary concert in Memphis, Tenn., on Aug. 16. However, the enormous response the video received by fans convinced Lisa Marie, 44, to let the video play for the world, CMT said in a press release. (Watch the Video Below)
Elvis died at the age of 42 and recorded "I Love You Because" in July of 1954, the same time he recorded his unforgettable hit "That's All Right," the news report stated. Lisa Marie recorded her vocals to the song in the new video. The video was also feature family photos of Lisa Marie's children along with images of her and her father.
Lisa Marie is married for the fourth time to musician Michael Lockwood, and together they have 4-year-old twin daughters, Harper and Finley. She also has two children from her first marriage to musician Danny Keough: a daughter named Riley and a son, Benjamin.
She released her album "Storm and Grace" in May and in the songs, she is said to be "embracing her Americana roots, finding her own voice, and carving a niche for herself in the musical spotlight." In an off-the-cuff remark, she called "Storm and Grace" her anti-pop record.
Lisa Marie is the only child of Elvis and his wife Priscilla.
Watch Lisa Marie and Elvis' duet at the Anniversary Concert Recorded by a Fan:
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