Is she still overshadowed by her dad? Yes. You really can't expect her to come anywhere near the biggest rock star who ever lived. But as Elvis' daughter and survivor of a weird marriage to Michael Jackson, there are a lot of warm feelings toward her.
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Willow and Jaden Smith, children of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith
Are they still overshadowed by their parents? Yes, but Willow's "Whip My Hair" is better known among today's preteens than the Fresh Prince's "Parents Just Don't Understand" or that metal band their mama used to front.
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Rosanne Cash, daughter of Johnny Cash and June Carter
Is she still overshadowed by her parents? Yes. Her 1981 No. 1country hit "Seven Year Ache" managed to out-chart her mother June (the child of a musical family herself), but there's no stepping outside of the shadow of the Man In Black, even for country artists who aren't his daughter.
Sean Lennon, son of John
Is he still overshadowed by his father? Yes, but doesn't he look fly in that top hat?
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Rufus Wainwright, son of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle
Is he still overshadowed by his parents? At this point, no. He's established himself as a distinct artist with a devoted following. Most of his fans may not be that familiar with the folk music from his late mother or estranged father.
Miley Cyrus, daughter of Billy Ray
Is she still overshadowed by her dad? HELL NO! "Achy Breaky Heart" is a distant, painful memory, and "Party In the U.S.A." is one of the biggest songs of the 2000s.
Dhani Harrison, son of George
Is he still overshadowed by his father? Well, Thenewno2 and Fistful of Mercy haven't quite eclipsed the Beatles yet, so we're going to have to say yes, George Harrison is still much more famous. But he does play music with Ben Harper in Fistful of Mercy, so that's cool!
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Kelly Osbourne, daughter of Ozzy
Is she still overshadowed by her dad? Musically, yes, she holds no candle to the metal madman. But as an officer of E!'s Fashion Police with Joan Rivers, she's forging her own path in a field Ozzy never truly excelled in (unless his trench coats are your idea of formal wear).
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Diggy Simmons, son of Run of Run-D.M.C.
Is he still overshadowed by his dad? Much like Lisa Marie with Elvis, it's going to be hard for Diggy to outshine his father, who basically set the template for modern rap as co-founder of Run-D.M.C. But ever since Joseph Simmons became "Rev. Run," Diggy is the heir to the hip hop throne.
Norah Jones, daughter of Ravi Shankar
Is she still overshadowed by her father? Absolutely not. Wait, what exactly IS a Ravi Shankar? Unless you're a sitar enthusiast or, more likely, a Beatles fanatic, you're probably not too familiar with the 92-year-old Indian musician Ravi Shankar. Grammy-hog Norah, on the other hand, has probably been the soundtrack to many a brunch in your life.
Zak Starkey, son of Ringo Starr (pictured with Johnny Marr)
Is he still overshadowed by his dad? Yes, Zak still lives in the shadow of the most famous drummer to walk this earth since that little one that played for Jesus. Even without the Beatles connection, he still cuts an imposing figure: He was in a band with ex-Smiths' guitarist Johnny Marr (Johnny Marr & The Healers) and has drummed for The Who (The F**KING Who!) since 1996.
Jakob Dylan, son of Bob
Is he still overshadowed by his dad? Yes, but The Wallflowers aren't just popular because they're fronted by the son of rock's greatest lyricist. In fact, a lot of people who kvetch about Dylan's "whiny, nasally voice" (hi dad!) even prefer Jakob's singing.
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Charlotte Gainsbourg, daughter of Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin
Is she still overshadowed by her parents? Yes and no. Modern audiences are definitely more familiar with Charlotte than her legendary father, but that's mostly thanks to her film roles (including a turn as Dylan's wife in "I'm Not There"). But musically speaking, it's going to be hard/impossible for her to step out of Serge's shadow given that he's probably the most famous musician to come out of France in the last 50 years. But her music is much better known than her mother's French pop albums, at least in America.
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Ben Taylor, son of James Taylor and Carly Simon (also pictured)
Is he still overshadowed by his parents? His parents are two of the biggest names in soft rock. So yeah, he's going to be strumming in that shadow for a long time.
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Wilson Phillips (Two daughters of Brian Wilson, one of John & Michelle Phillips)
Are they still overshadowed by their parents? Oddly, no. Although Brian Wilson/The Beach Boys and John & Michelle Phillips/The Mamas & The Papas are far better known than the band behind "Hold On," somehow Wilson Phillips managed to establish themselves on their own merits. They're more associated with their 1990 No. 1 than they are their famous parents, which is an achievement in itself.
Ziggy Marley, son of Bob
Is he still overshadowed by his father? Although extremely popular in his own right, it's fair to say 95% of the people at his concerts are probably bigger fans of Bob, still the world's best-known reggae artist.
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Julian Lennon, son of John
Is he overshadowed by his father? Of course, but he can rest easy knowing his albums fared better on the charts and with critics than those of his younger half-brother Sean.
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Hank Williams III, son of Hank II and grandson of Hank Williams
Is he still overshadowed by his father and grandfather? Well, it's hard to step out of the shadow of two dudes when you share their name, but fans of the rabble-rousing alt-country singer aren't showing up to his concerts to see the grandson of the country legend or the son of the Southern rocker: They're invested in the career of this country rebel for his own musical accomplishments.