It would certainly be a surprise addition to the line-up.
The son of Roy Orbison has just got us thinking wistfully of a hologram appearance from the singer at Glastonbury 2019 following his forthcoming holographic tour of the UK this year. It certainly would make a very special addition to the festival whether or not he could make it as a headliner.
Roy Orbison and the Philharmonic Orchestra
The 'Pretty Woman' hitmaker would hardly be a suitable candidate for a main stage headliner, even aside from the fact that he passed away in 1988. However, now that technology can bring the dead back to life in some senses, it would be pretty cool to see such a legend at that UK's biggest music event.
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From rock 'n' roll to rap, Memphis, Tennessee is brought to you by Budweiser Made in America.
Budweiser Made in America is getting closer all the time as we explore the nation's most musically cultured cities. Now we hit Memphis, whose famous faces include everyone from Elvis Presley to Justin Timberlake.
Memphis, Tennessee has been a massive influence on musical culture since music charts began, with a range of artists frequently mentioning the great city within their own song lyrics; think Marc Cohn's 'Walking In Memphis', Chuck Berry's 'Memphis', Paul Simon's 'Graceland' and of course Alannah Myles' 'Black Velvet'. Thus, it's only right that Budweiser Made In America bring their documentary series to the great city to explore what Memphis is all about nowadays.
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Barbara Orbison, Ringo Starr and Roy Orbison - Barbara Orbison and Roy Orbison Jr Hollywood, California - Former Beatle, Ringo Starr receives a star at the 50th Anniversary Celebration of The Walk Of Fame Monday 8th February 2010
Roy Orbison - Barbara Orbison (2nd R), wife of late singer Roy Orbison, and his sons Wesley Orbison (L), Alex Orbison (2nd L) and Roy Orbison Jr (R), with freinds T-Bone Burnett, Dan Aykroyd Los Angeles, California - Rock and Roll legend Roy Orbison is honoured posthumous with the 2400th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Friday 29th January 2010