Amy Winehouse’s 2007 Glastonbury Performance Released on Vinyl E! News UK


Amy Winehouse’s 2007 performance at Glastonbury is released on vinyl.

The festival marks the 15th anniversary of the late ‘Rehab’ hitmaker’s set – who has been described as a ‘Glastonbury lover through and through’ – on the Pyramid Stage by making it available to fans to purchase a limited edition record on June 3 via Universal Music.

Glastonbury co-organizer Emily Eavis said: “Amy Winehouse was a Glastonbury enthusiast through and through. Either she came to play or, when she wasn’t working, she came to camp. She performed in the scorching heat and pouring rain, and there were so many magical moments in her performances.

The disc will feature songs by Amy – who died of alcohol poisoning aged 27 in August 2011 – such as ‘You Know I’m No Good’, ‘Tears Dry on Their Own’ and ‘Valerie’.

Memorabilia from Amy’s career have proven incredibly popular since her tragic death, as in November a Fender Stratocaster guitar she played on stage and in the ‘Take the Box’ video sold for £117.00 at auction. Additionally, a Dolce and Gabbana dress the singer wore to a performance a month before her death fetched over £180,000, more than 30 times the list price.

Last month, Amy’s father Mitch claimed the Grammy Museum – which held a ‘Beyond Black’ exhibition marking her life and career – had returned some of her six ‘damaged’ Grammys after their display.

The 71-year-old addiction activist said: “We did the Grammy Museum. The Grammys came back damaged.

“Can you believe it? It’s amazing. Did they have no idea to wrap them or anything?”


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