Amy Winehouse was a British soul singer who died in 2011 at the young age of 27. Many music fans still miss her. Now, they will be able to see her perform on stage again — as a hologram.
Winehouse’s hologram will perform in a show that debuts in 2019, said the singer’s father.
Mitch Winehouse said all the money from the show will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The charity was set up after her death to help young people who have problems with substance abuse and other challenges.
Winehouse was one of the most talented singer-songwriters of her generation. She was known for hits such as Rehab and Back to Black, and won six Grammys. But she also struggled for years with drinking and drug problems. She died from alcohol poisoning in July 2011 at her London home.
The hologram will be created by Base Hologram. The company has created hologram shows for 1960s singer Roy Orbison and opera singer Maria Callas. (Reuters)