SAN FRANCISCO – Lisa Marie Presley (search) has a new album, but isn't expecting a lot of radio support.
Presley's "Now What" (search) comes out this month, following-up her 2003 debut album, "To Whom It May Concern." It features a collaboration with Pink (search) and a cover of Don Henley's '80s hit "Dirty Laundry."
"There's not a large market for this kind of music on the radio going on right now. It all seems very Stepford. So I don't know," she told the San Francisco Chronicle in Sunday's editions. "Last time, I was pushed into the Top 40 thing, and that's not my demographic. I think that was a mistake."
The daughter of Elvis said making a CD in a studio is one thing, but playing before crowds is another.
"When I first started playing live, there were some natural elements, but my discomfort level tipped the scale. The thing with me is, I'm not vain and I don't want attention on me. But you need to be front and center onstage. You have to want attention, and I had to really find my way with being OK with that."