Amy Winehouse covers The Zutons

Singer plays Shockwaves NME Awards show

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Amy Winehouse continued the series of Shockwaves NME Awards shows in London tonight (February 19).

The recent Brit award-winning singer played songs from her current album ’Back To Black’ at the Astoria and concluded her set with a cover of The Zutons song 'Valerie'.

During the gig Winehouse also made reference to the incident where she ran off stage at London's G-A-Y club (which takes place at the Astoria) mid-song to be sick in January.

She said: “Last time I was here, I only got through six songs so I pat myself on the back. I thought there'd be a lot of angry homosexuals at the door.”

Proceedings tonight kicked off with performances from rock trio The Noisettes and hotly tipped singer songwriter Jack Penate.

She played:

'Just Friends'
'Tears Dry'
'He Can Only Hold Her'
'Love Is Blind'
'Wake Up Alone'
'Back To Black'
'I'm No Good'
'Me And Mr Jones'
'Love Is A Losing Game'

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