the legendary rocker Mick Jagger said the avatars produced for the Swedish quartet ABBA offer endless opportunities for veteran artists.
Jaggerin 78 years olddoes not consider whether their teammates Rolling stones, the complete one 60 years of career in 2022, would have stumbled upon digital hologram technology in the near future, but is quite surprised by all this modern process in the ABBA.
“It would be stupid for me to give an answer in one line because I haven’t really thought about it honestly”said the singer. “This ABBA thing gives you this kind of technological breakthrough, which I haven’t seen yet. I had to go see them, but there was a train strike. So I couldn’t go. I wasn’t going by train, but … the traffic was terrible, so I can’t answer, “ explained Mick Jagger.
And he continued: “Obviously technology will give you some of the answers to that, and who knows what technology is in store in the future? Very complicated.”
In May the ABBA launched their digital show ABBA tripwith their avatars in a purpose built arena Stratfordeast of Londonto present a concert of 90 minutes with his pre-recorded classics, along with his unreleased material, such as the single Don’t turn me off.
The last in-person show of the ABBA it happened as soon as it finished 41 years old.