Since Tupac Shakur’s holographic resurrection at the Coachella Festival two weeks ago it seems a lot of estates of dead rock stars and/or their families are expressing interest in resurrecting dead rock stars, it looks like the revolution is upon us.
The very life-like hologram of Shakur is causing not ripples through the concert touring industry but waves and who knows if those waves will turn into tidal waves. Rolling Stone Magazine ran a poll asking readers who they would like to see in digital concert, Jimi Hendrix won the poll with Jim Morrison coming in fifth. Since the Coachella Festival the families of Michael Jackson (or at least Michael’s brother Jackie) has expressed interest in a holographic Michael, as have the estates of Kurt Cobain, Elvis Presley, mysteriously one of the members of The Beatles have “expressed an interest” in a virtual Beatles reunion with a holographic George and John, and the estate of Jim Morrison is taking initial steps into investigating the possibility of a holographically resurrected Jim.
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