Avicii's Parents Create Digital Memory Board: 'His Music and Your Memories Are Forever'

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Avicii photographed on Aug. 30, 2013 in New York City. 

After thousands of emails and letters, Avicii's family decided to share the outpour of support in a way that allows all of the late producer's fans to grieve and remember his legacy together. has been turned into an open-source memoriam, and fans are invited to share stories of how the man and his music touched their lives.

"Tim (Bergling) created music that brought people together with timeless memories from all over the world," the website states. "We created this space so you could share your memories with us and let the world know what Avicii meant to you. His music and your memories are forever."

Messages have been posted to the website fro Ukraine, Denmark, Madagascar, Belgium, the U.K., Colombia and more. 

Avicii passed from apparent suicide on Friday, April 20, at the age of 28. 

Share your memories of Tim and his music at


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