ORONO, Maine (WABI) - Wednesday night, folks at the Collins Center for the Arts in Orono will be transported back in time.
Through cutting-edge digital and laser technology, Roy Orbison is brought to life on stage.
Through the hologram tour, In Dreams, Orbison performs his classic tracks as well as newly recorded never-been-heard arrangements of his originals.
Some of Orbison's chart-toppers include 'Oh, Pretty Woman,' 'I Drove All Night' and 'In Dreams.'
Opening for the tour is singer and songwriter Julian Frampton, son of grammy award winning guitarist Peter Frampton.
He says the concert is a must-see.
Frampton says, "It's an amazing opportunity for people to relive moments they've had in the past or get the feel for music they've always heard but never seen live. It really transports you back to being in almost the 50s because you're seeing prime Roy Orbison. It's really cool, it's just such an amazing thing."
The concert is set to start at 7 p.m.