November 8th, 2018

Following up on the announcement that live music’s premier hologram production company Eyellusion has signed with APA for representation worldwide for their tours, the ZAPPA FAMILY TRUST can now share the exclusive promotional video (which includes audio of Frank Zappa speaking about Holograms) for the “The Bizarre World Of Frank Zappa” tour. Set to launch…

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Ronnie James Dio hologram to play over 100 shows in 2019

November 7th, 2018

Our friends over at Loudwire have the latest on plans for the 2019 DIO Returns tour kicking off in the US in spring. The Ronnie hologram is set to play more than 100 shows in 2019, back on the road with the DIO Band, Tim “Ripper” Owens and Oni Logan. Check the story below and link out…

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Eyellusion signs with touring giant APA

November 5th, 2018

We’re beyond thrilled to announce that Eyellusion has signed with Agency for the Performing Arts (APA) and partner (AND touring management legend) Steve Martin for all of our forthcoming touring productions. That’s DIO Returns, Bizarre World of Frank Zappa, Glenn Gould and more to be announced. Steve booked DIO way back in the day and…

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September 20th, 2018

Globally renowned twentieth century pianist who continues to top classical music sales charts will grace stages via hologram accompanied by live orchestra for global performances. Live music’s premier hologram production company Eyellusion and Primary Wave Music Publishing today announced plans to bring legendary and innovative musician Glenn Gould back to the stage via hologram. Gould,…

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Eyellusion’s Chad Finnerty featured in Billboard Jobs of Tomorrow article!

June 29th, 2018

Eyellusion is definitely breaking new ground in the music business and we’re proud to see our creative director Chad Finnerty highlighted for his cutting-edge content work for artists like Ronnie James Dio, Frank Zappa and others. The current issue of Billboard features music jobs of tomorrow and Chad is profiled talking about what it takes…

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Holograms Hit The Road: Will Fans of Frank Zappa, Ronnie James Dio and Others Show Up for Their Virtual Versions?

May 22nd, 2018

Over the past months, we’ve been talking with Cortney Harding over at Billboard about our upcoming hologram tours and the growing excitement we’re seeing from fans, artists, estates and the larger music industry. Some excerpts are below and you can hit the link for the rest of the piece! The estates of deceased musical legends…

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Eyellusion Expanding Hologram Business

May 18th, 2018

We were thrilled to see such excitement and wide coverage of our funding news last week. This is an exciting time for Eyellusion and the growing hologram concerts market. We’re hard at work on multiple productions set for world tours in 2019 and have some other projects in the queue that we should be able…

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May 16th, 2018

Investment from Thomas Dolan fuels growth of pioneering live music company with planned world tours including Frank Zappa and Ronnie James Dio.   Live music’s premier hologram production company Eyellusion, today announced it has raised $2 million of series seed funding from Thomas Dolan to expand its industry-leading work in the burgeoning hologram concert market. The company…

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Holograms of old rock stars are keeping their legacies alive

March 30th, 2018

We spoke with The Sydney Morning Herald’s Richard Jinman about how hologram-based touring is keeping artist legacies alive and changing the way fans experience music. Richard got to check out the London Dio Returns show and perfectly captures this new experience in his article. Dead men touring: holograms of old rock stars are keeping their…

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We talked with Forbes about the Prince hologram that wasn’t

February 5th, 2018

A lot of passion was stirred up when it was announced that a Prince hologram would appear during JT’s Super Bowl performance. We spoke with Forbes music biz writer (and recent 3 Kings author) about how this performance differed from holograms that tour today and the impact of seeing artists that we’ve loved and lost appear…

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