Amy Winehouse's hologram will go on tour next year. Timed to follow the release of a new documentary, Back To Black, the late singer's hologram will perform internationally backed by a live band, according to The Guardian.
Production company Base Hologram calls the act "theatrical stagecraft," pairing her hologram with digitally remastered renditions of her vocals, as well as a team of singers and instrumentalists.
Mitch Winehouse, the singer's father, is in full support of the tour. "To see her perform again is something special that really can’t be put into words," he said. "Our daughter’s music touched the lives of millions of people and it means everything that her legacy will continue in this innovative and groundbreaking way." Proceeds from the tour will benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which helps prevent the drastic effects of drug and alcohol abuse in young people through education.
Winehouse will be the third hologram tour produced by Base Hologram, with Roy Orbison's and opera singer Maria Callas' digitized selves on the road currently. There are no specifics as to what Winehouse's hologram will perform yet, but the show is set to last 75 to 110 minutes.