Amy Winehouse’s band have announced details of a special concert in London to celebrate the singer’s 40th birthday.
The next concert will take place at the KOKO venue in Camden next December and is designed to celebrate the late singer’s life and music, as well as the legacy she left behind.
The band that will headline the event is made up of the same musicians who worked with Winehouse from the beginning of her career until her unexpected death in 2011. They include her musical director and bassist Dale Davis, who is working also as a music consultant. on the upcoming biopic of Amy, titled Back to Black.
Along with the original members of the band, the show will also feature singer Bronte Shandé’s voice, as well as various on-screen visual effects and never-before-seen images of the singer.
The one and only special performance will take place on December 22 in the late musician’s hometown of Camden, celebrating her 40th birthday this Thursday (September 14). The pre-sale will start on the same day at 10 am, and the general sale will take place on Friday, September 15. Get tickets here.
This is by no means the first time the band have continued to play in honor of Winehouse since her death more than 10 years ago. Last year, the Shandé-led show toured Europe, with many dates so far in 2023.
In addition, he has played at many festivals across the country. Before they performed in Camden, the same neighborhood where the iconic singer lived for many years, The Amy Winehouse Band will also perform three concerts in Ireland.
All this at the end of October, with a stop at The Limelight 1 in Belfast on October 21st.
In other Amy Winehouse news, it was confirmed in April that fans could delve into the thoughts and life of the late singer in an upcoming book.
Called In Her Words, the project brings together for the first time “the singer’s own never-before-seen diaries, handwritten lyrics and family photos” to “offer a rare insight into the girl who grew up to become a legend.” “”.