Patsy Cline will be the star of a new concert, thanks to a deal between the late singer’s estate and Hologram USA. The company has announced plans to turn Patsy into a hologram, making her the first country artist and first female act to get the virtual reality treatment.
Cline died in a plane crash in 1963 and was the first woman inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Patsy’s widower, Charles Dick, says in a statement, “We are very glad to share Patsy and her music with this new technology and format and honored by Hologram USA’s choice to have her as the first. I am sure her fans, old and new, will be thrilled.”
The Patsy Cline hologram show will debut next year featuring a full concert performance along with commentary and audience interaction. Hologram USA has also licensed the rights to turn late music legends Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Liberace into holograms.
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