Late Survivor Singer Jimi Jamison Immortalized With Bronze Sculpture Created For Memphis Hard Rock Cafe
October 27, 2014 at 5:39 AM (PT)
JIMI JAMISON, lead vocalist for '80s hit band SURVIVOR, died at 63 after suffering a heart attack on AUGUST 31st this year, and has now been honored with a bronze statue to be unveiled SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26th at the HARD ROCK CAFE in MEMPHIS. The statue depicts him during a performance, microphone in hand, while he sings.
Created by UTAH sculptor ,MATT GLENN, the statue pose was chosen to show the "immense passion and talent" JAMISON had for music.
“I want everyone who sees the statue to feel the huge impact JIMI JAMISON had on so many people’s lives through his music,” said GLENN.
The event will be a celebration of JAMISON’s life for family and friends.