Zappa with the Mothers of Invention in 1971.
Photo courtesy of Herb Cohen Management
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Experimental rocker Frank Zappa, prolific in his life and even in death through a string of posthumous releases, is heading back on tour as a hologram.Zappa's family trust announced Thursday that the hologram concerts would begin in 2018 and expressed hope that the resurrected Zappa would jam again with some of his still-living collaborators including metal guitar virtuoso Steve Vai.The family said it was also at work on a production of "Joe's Garage The Musical" – a rock opera about the government seizing control of the music business that did not appear onstage until after Zappa's death – with Zappa himself starring by hologram.
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