A planned hologram tour of Amy Winehouse has been postponed because of “unique challenges and sensitivities”.
Original plans set out by Amy’s father Mitch Winehouse would see the hologram tour debut this year and feature a live band along with vocals from Winehouse’s original recordings.
The gigs were expected to last between 75 to 110 minutes and taken on a worldwide tour. However, the company at the helm of the project has decided to put the plans on hold because encountered several issues during their various stages of development.
“BASE Hologram is committed to remembering Amy Winehouse and her legacy in the most celebratory and respectful way possible,” said a statement from the company.
“In developing the type of highly ambitious, state of the art hologram/augmented reality theatrical event that would truly capture her genius and incredible artistic and social contributions, we have encountered some unique challenges and sensitivities,” they added.