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 is a hot favourite to be one of the first 20 artists immortalised in London’s brand new ‘Music Walk of Fame’ when it is unveiled later this year. The Walk – based on Los Angeles’ Hollywood Walk of Fame – will stretch through the North London rock hub of Camden Town, which is
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
Pete Doherty has bared all about his connection with Amy Winehouse – revealing that he had a relationship with her, is still in love with her, and has written a song about her too. “This is difficult for me to admit. But, yes, it’s true. Amy and I were lovers,” he told UK paper Daily
A Danish theatre company have found a happy medium between the real thing, and those god-awful holograms: a play! Opening January 20 next year, Amy will be playing homage to the late great Amy Winehouse. The play will narrate Winehouse’s own stories about her rise to fame, her tales of love, her tales of loss,
Green Day’s ambitious album trilogy ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! is set to feature a tribute to the late Amy Winehouse. In a report by NME, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong revealed that the track, simply titled Amy, will appear as the final song on the second album of the trilogy, ¡Dos!. “I didn’t know her,
Diffuser has reported that a film based on the life of Amy Winehouse could some day become a reality. When speaking with The Associated Press, Amy’s father Mitch Winehouse said he was open to the idea of a biopic about his daughter provided it is handled in an accurate and tasteful manner. “Whatever we do
Love the idea, or hate it: either way it’s looking as though the next time we will see Amy Winehouse will be on stage, though she will be a lot more see-through and digitally enhanced than usual.
Amy Winehouse’s father and official biographer – Mitch Winehouse – has confirmed that there will be at least one, maybe two, more of his daughter’s posthumous albums released. Pedestrian reports that Mitch mentioned the details in a chat with BBC 6 Music – revealing there are “loads of covers” still left in the vault. “I’m
Debuting last night on BBC’s Radio 1, Cherry Wine is one of the few remaining unheard collaborations featuring the departed singer, and will feature on Nas’s up-and-coming album Life Is Good. According to NME, the two musicians hit it up for a songwriting session in 2008. Of the songs they recorded, Like Smoke appeared on
It’s sad to say it but we all know it is true. Society loves to kill their idols. You might say this is insensitive to say, so soon after the death of Whitney Houston but there really isn’t a more appropriate time to say it. This notion was introduced to me by Marilyn Manson in
The inquest into the death of RnB singer Amy Winehouse may possibly be declared invalid due to the coroner in charge of conducting the investigation having insufficient qualifications to perform such an inquest. In October, Suzanne Greenaway stated that Winehouse had died of “unintended consequence of drinking too much alcohol.” Greenaway stepped down from her
Just months after great British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse’s tragic death comes her posthumous album. Still, fans needn’t worry. This isn’t another case of people cashing in like with the case of Michael Jackson post-death merchandising. Instead, this is more like rapper Tupac’s post-death releases. With her producer partners manning the boards, Lioness: Hidden Treasures continues
Pete Doherty has fled to Paris fearing that the ghost of Amy Winehouse is haunting his London home. Apparently the Babyshambles singer has seen ghost like images of Winehouse as well as her reflections appearing in the windows of his flat at night.
The controversial posthumus Amy Winehouse album Lioness: Hidden Treasures is due out on December 5th and you can check it out below via Hot 97. The track titled Like Smoke is a collaboration between Winehouse and Nas and is one of 4 unreleased tracks that will be included on the album.
The coroner has finally revealed Amy Winehouse’s cause of death, high levels of alcohol killed her
On what would have been Amy Winehouse’s 28th birthday, the BBC have aired the full duet Body And Soul recorded by Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett before her death (below).
The cause of Amy Winehouse’s death was not due to drugs, the official toxicology report has found. It revealed that no illegal substances were present, although alcohol was found in her system. It has not been determined whether or not that had any role in her death. A spokesman for the family spoke In a
Amy Winehouse has been remembered by family and close friends at her funeral that has just taken place at Edgwarebury Cemetery in north London. Around 200 people attended the private funeral service including musicians Mark Ronson, Remi Nicole, Kelly Osbourne and Bryan Adams. Amy’s band mates Zalon and Heshima Thompson were also amongst the attendees.