- An evening with Whitney: Whitney Houston’s holographic concert kicks off on October 26, Variety reported on Thursday, citing the late singer’s legacy.
- A promotional video published online shows a hologram of the singer on stage, accompanied by musicians and dancers.
“Hologram shows are all about imagination and the ‘wow factor that evolves into an amazing experience to be enjoyed for years to come. Unfortunately, Whitney is not with us, but their music will live with us forever,” Pat Houston, the singer’s former manager who is now president and CEO of her mansion, said in a statement.
The property has partnered with BASE, a company that produces holographic shows for Maria Callas and Roy Orbison for residences. Each promotional video distributed online displays each hologram of the vocalist moving scene, followed by musicians also dancers. “We knew we made the right decision working with the BASE because they understood the importance of creating phenomenal holograms,” added Pat Houston.
“They also know that inspiring their fans with an authentic Whitney experience will resonate around the world because of the iconic status they have built over three decades. Their fans deserve the best because they do nothing less than giving their best.” Each singer’s previous director he is now chairman furthermore CEO of her mansion said in a comment.
Whitney Houston died in 2012 at the age of 48.
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