Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose and Alanis Morissette were among the musicians who performed at Sunday’s memorial service to celebrate the life of Lisa Marie Presley, who died Jan. 12 at the age of 54. .
The service, held at the Graceland Mansion in Memphis, Tennessee, began with a performance of “Amazing Grace” by Jason Clarke and the Tennessee Mass Choir, followed by speeches by Joel Weinshanker, Reverend Dwayne Hunt and AC Wharton.
Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins then played acoustic guitar and sang the band’s “To Sheila,” while Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, recited the poem “A Tribute to the Children.”
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Next, Morissette, 48, appeared to perform her 2021 single, “Rest,” accompanied by a pianist.
Ben Smith-Petersen, husband of Jerry Schilling, Priscilla Presley, and daughter Riley Keough, then spoke on behalf of their wives.
Jason Kempin/Getty Alanis Morissette
Rose, 60, then took the stage to give a speech before sitting at the piano and playing Guns N’ Roses’ 1992 single “November Rain.”
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Last week, Rockstar paid tribute to Lisa Marie following the sudden death of her best friend. “Lisa loved her family, all her children. My heart goes out to them.” “
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Afterwards, the Reverend Dwayne Hunt delivered a blessing, followed by the Blackwood Brothers Quartet, who performed the hymns “How Great Thou Art” and “Sweet, Sweet Spirit.”
To conclude the service, Jason Clarke and the Tennessee Popular Choir returned to the stage to perform “Revelation 19:1” after Joel Weinshanker’s closing remarks.