Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly - The Hologram Uk Tour in Leeds
Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly - The Hologram Uk Tour
First Direct Arena, Leeds
Sunday 13th October 2019, £52.00
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Promoter(s): Kennedy Street
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BASE Hologram, the leading content developer, producer and distributor of concerts, theatricals and spectacles that combine holographic cinema and mixed reality with live entertainment, have announced Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly: The Rock 'N' Roll Dream Tour - a groundbreaking tour, featuring the award-winning rock and roll legends.Stemming from the success of BASE Hologram's In Dreams: Roy Orbison in Concert tour that broke records across the globe over 2018, the company will bring Orbison and Holly together for an enthralling event that will launch concurrent tours in Europe/UK and in North America. Eric Schaeffer (Million Dollar Quartet), who shepherded the In Dreams event will return as the director.Accompanied by a live band and live back-up singers, this cutting edge holographic performance and remastered audio will transport audiences back in time for an evening of Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly's greatest hits onstage.Universally recognized as one of the great music legends and praised by everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Bono, Roy Orbison's catalogue includes such chart-toppers as Oh, Pretty Woman, You Got It, Only The Lonely, Crying, I Drove All Night, It's Over and In Dreams.A seasoned performer by age 16, Buddy Holly was known not just for his distinguished look, but also for his mastery of several music styles. In addition to hits such as Peggy Sue, Oh Boy!, Not Fade Away and That'll Be the Day, Holly was among the first artists to use techniques such as double-tracking on his albums. Along with his beloved band The Crickets, Holly helped set the standard for the Beatles and others for rock and roll orchestration by setting the two guitar, bass and drum line-up now seen in traditional concerts.
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