This week in New York City, you can pay tribute to not one but two queens of music: Brooklyn Bowl will host a Beyonce tribute night, while the I Love New York series will honor Amy Winehouse in the East Village. See these and more great...Show More Summary
Known for her deep, expressive contralto vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, singer Amy Winehouse is still remembered since her untimely passing in July 2011. A documentary of the artist released back in 2015 and before her rise to popularity, Irish photographer Charles Moriarty met with the burgeoning star back in 2003, and […]
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In a new, wide-ranging interview with author Bill Flanagan, Bob Dylan gets candid on an impressively wide range of topics, from meeting Frank Sinatra, to his favorite recent Iggy Pop album, skipping a recording session with Elvis and why he keeps releasing standards collections. Show More Summary
He talked about his 38th studio album, rock 'n' roll, and his love for Amy Winehouse and The Stereophonics.
Over the course of his career, and especially in recent years, Bob Dylan has kept most personal details close to the chest. So it’s quite the surprise to see that Dylan has now opened up in a lengthy interview with writer Bill Flanagan on Dylan’s own site about all the ... More »
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I spoke to Henry Hate, her tattoo artist, and visited a new exhibition Winehouse's family helped bring to life at London's Jewish Museum.
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The Jewish Museum London celebrates the singer with an exhibition of personal memorabilia and street art.
One of London's favourite daughters.
Sounds like: Amy Winehouse, Dum Dum Girls, Hinds Song: King Willow - Galapagos What's so good? Thanks King Willow. I was listening to this song in the airport today and it made the wait a lot easier. Actually, I had a really profound thought while I was there. Show More Summary
The show include photographs and mementos from throughout her life.
"It is fitting that the Jewish Museum in her beloved Camden Town should be the place to tell her story."
With tribute paid to her Jewish heritage.
The exhibition will run until September and looks at the British singer’s Jewish roots.
Bruno Mars captivated us with his stellar tribute to Prince at the Grammys on Sunday, but it wasn't the first time he paid homage to an artist at a major awards show. Back in 2011, just one month after Amy Winehouse's death, Mars gave a truly incredible performance of her hit "Valerie" at the MTV VMAs. Show More Summary
Singer & producer Rudie Edwards was trained at the acclaimed BRIT School, alma mater to Adele, Amy Winehouse and Imogen Heap and her music attests to her magnetism. Her latest release “Lover Like You” is fueled by sexy attitude, sass, and a penchant for disco anthems.