Amy Winehouse hologram to tour with a live band
Project: Amy Winehouse A HOLOGRAM of Amy Winehouse will go on tour next year.
The late singer’s father Mitch Winehouse said the hologram will embark on a world tour while accompanied by a live band and backing singers.
Speaking in the Dorchester Hotel in London at the Amy Winehouse Foundation’s annual gala, he said that the project was a chance for “new generations” to discover her music.
The production will launch towards the end of 2019 and will visit a number of unannounced countries.
Winehouse, known for her hits including Rehab and Tears Dry On Their Own, died in 2011 aged just 27 after a long-publicised battle with drink and drugs.