Updated: Feb 27, 2019
Almost eight years after the death of Amy Winehouse, her songs were to make a comeback with a hologram show. But now the project has been put on ice.
In October 2018, it was reported that this year there would be a hologram tour of the late singer Amy Winehouse. Now this tour has been put on hold. The reason: The company responsible for the development of the Winehouse hologram has acknowledged unexpected hiccuping difficulties in producing the hologram and associated augmented reality experience.
Many fans of the singer are upset about the announcement. Amy Winehouse's ex-husband Blake Fielder Civil finds the hologram tour misleading and accuses the Winehouse family of only wanting to make money of the tour. In July 2011, the singer died at the age of 27 years of alcohol intoxication and thus belongs, like many other known deceased personalities to the "Club 27".