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Lisa Marie has followed in her father's musical footsteps, however she writes all her own music! She hasn't achieved the same fame as Elvis but her third and most recent album 'Storm & Grace' received critical acclaim, depsite not being a commercial success.
Nancy's most iconic song is 'These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (1966) and she performed in the video wearing knee-high boots and instantly became a symbol of the Swingin' Sixties. Her other hits include 'Sugar Town', 'You Only Live Twice' (which was the title song to the James Bond film) and also the 1967 duet with her father, 'Somethin' Stupid'. Picture: Getty
Jakob rose to fame as the lead singer for rock band The Wallflowers releasing six albums with them and winning two Grammys. Besides the group, he has released two solo albums, 'Seeing Things' and 'Women + Country', the latter which went to No.12 in the States. Picture: Getty
When George died in 2001, Dhani helped to complete his father's final album 'Brainwashed'. He also participated in a commemorative concert for George on the first anniversary of his death. Dhani then went on to release an album 'You Are Here' with his band, thenewno2 in 2008. More recently he has been involved in scoring music for films such as 'Beautiful Creatures' (2013) and 'Learning To Drive' (2014).
Ravi Shankar was one of the best known players of the Indian instrument, the sitar, and collaborated with George Harrison on the album 'Collaborations' (1974). He passed those musical skills to daughter Norah Jones who has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and won nine Grammy Awards. Picture: Getty
In 1979, Ziggy and his siblings Sharon, Cedella and Stephen formed The Melody Makers and began performing on the same bill as their father. Ziggy was just 11 years old at the time. When Bob passed away, Ziggy naturally took his place with the Wailers and continued to perform around Jamaica. He has won six Grammy Awards - three with the Melody Makers and three for his solo work.
Shana duetted with her father on a couple of albums before forming her own band, Caledonia. The group have toured regularly since 1996 and have released five albums. Picture: Getty
James is the only song of Paul and Linda McCartney and has played guitar and drums on some of his father's solo album, including 'Flaming Pie' and 'Driving Rain'. After putting out a couple of EPs produced by his father, James released his first solo album in 2013 titled 'Me' and toured the US. He has spoken previously of trying to form a "next generation" version of the Beatles with Sean Lennon and Dhani Harrison. Picture: PA
Liza is one of the lucky offspring who forged a career equally as successful as her musical parent. In 1965, she became the youngest winner of a Tony Award aged just 19. From there she went on to star in the iconic film 'Cabaret'. She has won two Golden Globe Awards, an Emmy and the Grammy Legend Award. Picture: Rex
Carnie Wilson followed in her father's footsteps and found fame with pop group Wilson Phillips. They had the massive hit 'Hold On' (1990) and sold 12 million albums worldwide before breaking up. Picture: Getty
These Spanish heart-throbs set generations of women's pulses racing with their Latin pop music. Julio has sold around 130 million records worldwide and released more than 80 albums, while Enrique has surpassed this with sales of over 137 million, making him one of the best selling Spanish artists ever.
Natalie shot to fame with the release of her debut album 'Inseparable' in 1975 and the lead single 'This Will Be' earned her a Grammy for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Her biggest professional succes came eight albums later with 'Unforgettable...With Love' - an album of covers of her father's songs and even a duet with her father. It earned her six Grammy Awards. Sadly the singer passed away in 2015.
Sean has contributed to groups as a musician and a producer as well as releasing multiple solo albums and scoring film music. In 2001, he performed the Beatles' 'This Boy' and 'Across The Universe' at a tribute convert to his father.