Singer kicks off five-date tour of South American country in Florianopolis

Amy Winehouse made her live comeback at the Summer Soul Festival in Brazil last night (January 8).

Playing her first full live show since 2008, the singer included a cover of Al Dubin and Harry Warren‘s ‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’ in her set at the Il Divino venue in Florianopolis.

The song, which was written for the 1934 film Moulin Rouge, has previously been covered by the likes of Tony Bennett and Marianne Faithfull.

Winehouse also performed hits such as ‘Back To Black’ and ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’ during the gig, which was the first of a five-date tour of the South American country.

The setlist was:

‘Just Friends’
‘Back To Black’
‘Tears Dry On Their Own’
‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’
‘I’m On The Outside (Looking In)’
‘Lovers Never Say Goodbye’
‘I Heard Love Is Blind’
‘Love Is A Losing Game’
‘Some Unholy War’
‘Everybody Here Wants You’
‘What A Man Going To Do’
‘You Know I’m No Good’
‘Me And Mr Jones’
‘You’re Wondering Now’

She is scheduled to play the first of two headline dates at the Arena HSBC in Rio De Janeiro tomorrow (January 10), with the second taking place on Tuesday (January 11).

The tour will conclude with two more shows as part of the Summer Soul Festival at the Recife Convention Center on January 13 and the Sao Paulo Chácara Do Joquei on January 15.