For the last 10 years, I have been the sole graphic designer for a small entertainment promotions company. We generally do shows for comedians (Tim Allen, Lewis Black, etc.) and smaller bands or those that can no longer fill arenas (REO, Cheap Trick, etc.). Lately, we've been doing quite a few hologram concerts and while I feel that technology has lessened the desire for people to see live rock music, I also feel that it has opened a door for people who never would have experienced it otherwise. The hologram concerts are backed by live bands comprised of hired musicians who tour with the "artist." The latest "tour" we've been tasked with is for both Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison. While I've seen enough episodes of Black Mirror to be fearful of the changing times, it also leaves me a little hopeful that live rock music will make a resurgence, perhaps bringing it back to what it once was. Perhaps. Thoughts?