A Presley Performs At The Opry For The First Time In 58 Years

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NASHVILLE, TN. (CNN) - It was a historic night at the Grand Ole Opry.  For the first time in nearly 58 years, a Presley played the iconic show.

Lisa Marie Presley made her Opry debut Tuesday.  The packed house rocked as Presley performed a single off her new album "Storm and Grace."

The daughter of legendary rocker Elvis Presley admitted she had to deal with a case of the nerves.  

"I'm just really proud that I could be here. I know what a big deal this is. I'm actually more nervous about this than doing American Idol this last year, so I understand what it's all about and it's an honor. "

Elvis Presley made his only appearance at the Opry back in 1954.  He sang his version of the Bill Monroe classic "Blue Moon of Kentucky."

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