Lisa Marie Presley Weds, Again

The King's daughter quietly marries her producer in Japan

February 17, 2006 11:37 AM ET

Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of late rock & roll legend Elvis, married guitarist and music producer Michael Lockwood on January 22nd in a traditional Japanese ceremony in Kyoto, Japan, her publicist announced Thursday.

This is the fourth marriage for Presley, 38, who has previously exchanged vows with Michael Jackson, Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage and songwriter Danny Keough, the father of her two children. Keough served as best man at the Kyoto ceremony, while Presley's mother, actress Priscilla Presley, walked the bride down the aisle.

Lockwood executive-produced

Presley's second album, 2005's Now What, which featured collaborations with Pink, ex-Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones and songwriter Linda Perry. Keough and Billy Corgan were among those Presley collaborated with on her 2003 debut, To Whom It May Concern. Both were Top Ten albums.

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