A prized piano belonging to Avicii is set to be displayed in a museum in Sweden.
The news comes after it was revealed that the late EDM star’s former Hollywood home was sold to a buyer for $17.5 Million
According to the L.A. interior design firm who decorated the home, a Steinway piano on which Avicii reportedly wrote many of his songs is en route to a museum in Stockholm.
Last month, Avicii’s website was turned into a digital memorical where fans can share tributes.
Dutch born DJ Tiësto also paid tribute to Avicii with 12-minute megamix live from EDC Las Vegas in May, whilst BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong gave an opening address at International Music Summit (IMS) Ibiza in memory of Avicii.
Following the news of his death, some known and respected personalities reflected on the young DJs enormous influence on the global EDM community and on how his openness surrounding his struggles with fame, touring and alcoholism gave a troubling, if necessary, insight into a side of dance music the world often does not see.
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