It’s being executive-produced by the singer’s family
“That’s what I fell in love with. The honesty, the vulnerability, her sense of humour…”
“…You were my mother’s love of Etta James, Aretha Franklin and Shirley Bassey metamorphosed on the TV, in real time”
A moving career retrospective.
It was a stripped back, sweaty, and heartfelt performance.
The extent of Amy Winehouse’s beauty and tragedy have been slowly but surely realised via the new documentary Amy, and now yet another heart-wrenching piece has been unveiled. In the latest footage from the critically-acclaimed film, the singer can be seen belting out her would-be hit Back To Black, unaccompanied, in the studio alongside superstar
The posthumous album has become somewhat of a trend in music, albeit at times a morbid one, but it seems we won’t be hearing anymore from the late Amy Winehouse after it was revealed the demos for her third LP were destroyed. According to Billboard, Winehouse’s third album had been mapped out with studio time
This year the life and career of Amy Winehouse will be the subject of a new, and somewhat controversial documentary, titled Amy, and now we’ve been provided with the film’s first official clip. The clip shows Winehouse joking and singing with the camera up close, set against a voice-over of her manager Nick Schmansky speaking
Highly anticipated Amy Winehouse documentary, Amy, has come under fire from the late singer’s family, who have branded the film “misleading”. A report from The Guardian quotes a statement from a representative of the Winehouse family, which says the doco contains “basic untruths” about Amy and, as a result, they “would like to disassociate themselves
This year the life and career of Amy Winehouse will be the subject of a new documentary, titled Amy. The film is directed by BAFTA-winning director Asif Kapaida and its first teaser trailer goes right for the feels, being at once devastating and poignant. The film will feature unheard Amy Winehouse recordings and archival footage
A life-size statue of Amy Winehouse has been unveiled in Camden, north London, on what would have been the late singer’s 31st birthday. The statue was sculpted by artist Scott Eaton and will now have a permanent residence at the Stable Market in Camden, one of Winehouse’s most treasured spots. Eaton told the BBC that
Following several weeks of headlines surrounding former White Stripes frontman Jack White, who has spent recent interviews being vocal about many of his fellow musicians, the singer has now issued an apology to those he’s named in the interviews, including longtime rivals The Black Keys. In a statement on his official website, White writes that
Amy Winehouse‘s father has shot down rumours of a hologram tour featuring his daughter following reports that billionaire Alki David, owner of hologram-development firm Musion, is looking to give Winehouse fans a chance to finally see the troubled singer perform live, as a digital rendering. David is a media entrepreneur and the heir to the
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who plays in a band with former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, has labeled KISS bassist and walking ego Gene Simmons‘ assertion that Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse aren’t music “icons” as “nonsense.” Last week, Simmons stirred controversy when he told radio interviewers that due to their less than copious output,
Amy Winehouse, singer and member of The 27 Club, was killed by an eating disorder and not as a result of her infamous drug and alcohol abuse, according to her brother. In his first full-length interview, Alex Winehouse told the Observer Magazine that her lesser-known struggle with bulimia “left her weaker, and more susceptible”. The
Amy Winehouse’s fans were understandably concerned when news broke that their very much loved Back To Black would be played into the hands of André 3000 and Beyoncé. While the music world has been chomping at the bit to see what the pair have done to the renowned track, Winehouse’s father isn’t having a bar
The first designs of Amy Winehouse‘s tribute statue in her hometown of Camden, London have been unveiled.
Amy Winehouse’s cause of death will be re-examined after the original inquest was deemed a misadventure due to the original coroner’s lack of qualifications. As reported by The Guardian, a spokesperson for Camden Council revealed that an investigation has found that Suzanne Greenaway, who oversaw Winehouse’s inquest, was appointed to the position of deputy assistant