Lisa Marie Presley's Memorial at Graceland: Alanis Morissette, Axl Rose, and Billy Corgan Perform

Lisa Marie Presley was remembered in song. On Sunday, friends, family and the public gathered at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, to remember the singer, who died on Jan. 12.

She was 54. True to her Memphis roots and love of gospel music, the ceremony opened with a performance of "Amazing Grace" by Jason Clark & The Tennessee Mass

Choir.  Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins also took the stage, wearing a black suit and strumming a guitar, as he gave an emotional performance of the group's song, "To

Sheila." Alanis Morissette also took the podium to sing her song, "Rest," as members of the crowd wiped away tears. One of the most moving and emotional performances

of the ceremony came from Axl Rose. The founding member of Guns N' Roses became emotional as he reflected on his friendship with Lisa Marie, and how he should be texting her in

this moment to share that he is here. Axl also shared how important Elvis Presley's legacy was to his daughter, and how much she loved her children. After his emotional

reflection, Axl played the piano and delivered a powerful performance of Guns N' Roses' "November Rain."  The final performance came from The Blackwood Brothers, who had a

history with Lisa Marie's father. Before singing the hymn "How Great Thou Art," members of the group talked about knowing a young Lisa Marie, who was her father's pride and joy.

One of the the Blackwood Brothers became emotional as he recalled singing at Elvis' funeral. The group ended with a performance of "Sweet Holy Spirit." As family and friends

made their way out of the memorial to visit Lisa Marie's graveside, Jason Clark & The Tennessee Mass Choir took the stage one last time to sing "Revelation 19:1."