Miss Desta shared all the pertinent details first shared by the exclusive report from the web pad of Vanity Fair shared here earlier this Dino-week. Likes the new thin' that Yohana shares is that "the Vegas show will also revive comedy performances by Martin and comedian Jerry Lewis." Likes how coolly cool is that dudes?!?!?!?! Sounds likes these Hologram pallies will be drawin' from a spectacular spectrum of the life, times, and teachin' of our Dino.
And, we must say that part of why we wanna shares this particular post is 'cause it is headed with a purely perfect pose of our Dino lookin' up durin' one of the episodes of the Dean Martin Variety Hour. Likes we thinks it is powerfully perfect, 'cause with the awesomely amazin' news of bringin' our Dino back through the technological marvels of Holography means thin's are LOOKIN' UP for the Dino-revolution to be in full tilt!
ilovedinomartin shares our greatest of great appreciato to Miss Yohana Desta and all the pallies at "Mashable" for doin' their part to spread this fantastically fabulous news farther and wides 'round the Dino-globe. To checks this out in it's original format, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report. Dino-forever, DMP
Dean Martin hologram will bring the King of Cool to Las Vegas
BY YOHANA DESTA
1 DAY AGO
Dean Martin is heading back to the stage — in hologram form.
A hologram of the famed Rat Pack performer, nicknamed the "King of Cool," will debut in Las Vegas next year, Vanity Fair reports. The high-definition creation will be put together by Hologram USA.
“A new generation is about to be blown away by the extraordinary presence of Dean Martin,” Hologram USA CEO Alki David says in a statement. “He owned Vegas like no other entertainer, and is the definition of elegance and cool. It’s a distinct pleasure to work with Laura Lizer and the estate to ensure we deliver Dean with the utmost authenticity.”
Audiences will get to hear classic Martin songs "That's Amore" and "Everybody Loves Somebody."
The Vegas show will also revive comedy performances by Martin and comedian Jerry Lewis.
The Martin show will be just the latest in a long line of holographic productions resurrecting popular deceased singers; earlier this year, Hologram USA announced that it is partnering with Pat Houston to create a Whitney Houston hologram, which will tour in 2016.