September 21, 2012 20:29

Amy Winehouse's headstone features the names of Mark Ronson, Dionne Bromfield, Salaam Remi

The stone was revealed earlier this week in Edgware, North London

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Amy Winehouse's headstone, which was revealed earlier this week, features the names of members of her family, as well as a number of her musical collaborators, including producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, as well as her soul singing goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield.

The Camden based singer's ashes were buried under the black headstone in Edgware, North London - which is pictured above. The stone is inscribed with pink writing and a picture of a songbird and first carries a tribute to her late grandmother, Cynthia Levy, whose name Winehouse had tattooed on her arm. The headstone states that the pair are "Forever in the hearts of their devoted family" before listing the names of close family members, including Winehouse's parents, Mitch and Janis.

The headstone also features the names of a host more of Winehouse's colleagues and friends, including her manager Raye Cosbert, her backing singers Zalon Thompson and Ade Omotayo and Dale Davis, her bass player.

Her boyfriend at the time of her death, Reg Traviss, is also mentioned, as is her bodyguard Neville and close friend and The Voice finalist, Tyler James. The name of Amy Winehouse's husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, is conspicuous by its absence.

Earlier today, the release of 'Amy Winehouse At The BBC', the new posthumous Amy Winehouse boxset was announced.

The boxset will come out on November 12 and comprises a total of four discs. Three are compilations of live performances on DVD and the other is a live CD album. It includes a selection of performances from Live At Jools Holland, a number of tracks filmed at T In The Park and other festivals and the documentary Amy Winehouse - The Day She Came To Dingle.

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