In this exclusive video Juan Gabriel, the Late Mexican Superstar, sang at a Tribute Concert using Hologram USA Technology on Saturday, February 18th. With the same technology that brought back Tupac, Michael Jackson and Jenni Rivera, Hologram USA debuted Mexico’s first ever hologram at “Juan Gabriel, Eternally”. John Fogerty, Andrea Bocelli and Colombian rockstar Juanes join the celebration of the iconic singer’s life and work.
Hologram USA, part of Greek billionaire Alki David’s FOTV Media Group, debuted an exclusive three song hologram performance of superstar Juan Gabriel, at the massive tribute concert at the Foro Pegaso in Toluca, Mexico on Saturday, February 18th. The concert, “Juan Gabriel, Eternally,” produced by La Aguila Roja and Farias Productions, will be Mexico’s first ever hologram performance.
Hologram USA has worked with the concert organizers to bring Juan Gabriel back to his fans in the same way that Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson and Jenni Rivera were recreated in recent years.
The celebration of Juan Gabriel’s life was planned by his family and long time producer Gustavo Farias and will feature Andrea Bocelli, Juanes, Jesse & Joy, Yuri, Pepe Aguilar, John Fogerty and Natalia Lafourcade along with the entire Orquesta Sinfonica Mexiquense conducted by Maestro Rodrigo Macias.
“Juan Gabriel, means so much to his fans,” said FOTV Media Group CEO Alki David. “To be able to pay homage to him despite losing him so tragically, is one of the great gifts of Hologram USA’s technology. We’re grateful to be working with his family, his son Ivan Aguilera and producer Gustavo Farias to make this event spectacular.”
Hologram USA owns the exclusive North American rights to the patent for the only life-like, high definition 3D projection technology. It works in conjunction with FOTV Media
Group’s related companies to produce original content, distribute hologram stage shows via OTT, VR and 360 formats, and in dedicated hologram theaters launching in mid-2017. Shows are being developed around the lives and work of Whitney Houston, Buddy Holly, Patsy Cline, Billie Holliday, Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Andy Kaufman, Redd Foxx and many more. Live events have been presented with hip hop’s Chief Keef, Julian Assange, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, and with Jimmy Kimmel being beamed to the CMA Awards in Nashville on live TV.