Ronson was debuting new band when joined by singer

Amy Winehouse joined Mark Ronson onstage last night (July 6) in London as the producer launched his new band The Business Intl at London‘s 100 Club.

Ronson was showcasing songs from his forthcoming album ‘Record Collection’ at the show, with guests including Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ live keyboard player MNDR, singer Rose Elinor Dougall and Spank Rock playing at the show.

Towards the end of the set Winehouse wandered onto the stage and hung around at the back. Then during the encore she sang her collaboration cover version of The Zutons‘Valerie’ with the band – although she forgot the words to the first verse.

Mark Ronson & The Business Intl are set to release ‘Record Collection’ in September.

Ronson and Winehouse have recorded a cover of Leslie Gore’s 1963 song ‘It’s My Party’, set to be released on a Quincy Jones tribute album in the future.

Mark Ronson And The Business Intl. played:

‘Circuit Breaker’
‘Oh My God’
‘Bang Bang’
‘Lose It In The End’
‘Black And Gold’
‘Oooh Wee’
‘Animal’
‘Hey Boy’
‘Stop Start Synchro’
‘Sparrow’
‘Stop Me’
‘California’
‘Just’
‘Last Night’
‘Valerie’