Remember what a great Elvis impression Rob Schneider used to do on Saturday Night Live? Elle King, his 27-year-old daughter, hasn’t fallen too far from that particular tree. Otherwise as bouncy and bright as anyone else on pop radio, King’s sound is rootsy enough that her latest hit is a duet with Dierks Bentley. That song, “Different For Girls,” reached No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart last month, also earning King a CMA nomination and an invitation to sing at the Grand Ole Opry. Her biggest hit to date remains “Ex’s and Oh’s,” which drew two Grammy nominations and cracked the Top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100 last fall. Further tweaking her image as a bad girl with a heart of gold, King is also an ordained minister who not only recently got engaged herself, but has offered to marry one couple per show on her fall tour supporting King’s debut album, 2015’s gold-certified Love Stuff.