Rock heiress Lisa Marie Presley's attempt to follow in the footsteps of her superstar father Elvis got off to a troublesome start yesterday - members of the audience could barely hear her voice.
The sexy brunette - who split with actor Nicolas Cage last December after just four months of marriage - made her first ever singing performance yesterday.
She nervously took to the stage in front of 1,000 record label executives at the National Association of Recording Merchandisers' annual convention in Orlando, Florida.
But Presley's debut, in promotion of her first album To Whom It May Concern, left people undecided about her talent - because the audience found it difficult to hear her voice above her backing band.
Music chief Alan Josef Kaplan says, "She's a little shy, but she's new. Give her six months, and she's going to get much more comfortable."
However, Kaplan adds that Presley has "star presence," and "you can see her mother Priscilla and Elvis both in her".