Amy Winehouse pays tribute to a soul legend

At special charity gig

Amy Winehouse played tribute to soul legend Donny Hathaway tonight (November 24) at The Little Noise Sessions in aid of Mencap.

The gig at London‘s Union Chapel saw the singer cover Hathaway‘s ‘We’re Still Friends’ and ‘I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know’.

Winehouse played set drawing heavily from new album ‘Back To Black’ including ‘Love Is A Losing Game’ which she prefaced by saying : “This is my favourite song from the new album. I always get a little teary when I play it.”


Earlier, singer songwriter Mika played a selection of Broadway- esque pop including recent single ‘Relax, Take It Easy’, ‘Billy Brown’ and ‘Stuck In The Middle’.

The Beirut born singer said : “It’s an honour to be asked to take part in this concert for Mencap.”

Bat For Lashes opened the evening with an ethereal set featuring songs from her debut ‘Fur And Gold’ including single ‘Trophy’ and ‘Tahiti’. Before ‘I Saw A Light’ she said to the audience :”You’re all hushed like little mice, you should turn into werewolves!” and proceeded to howl at the audience.

Amy Winehouse played:

‘Just Friends’

‘Love Is Blind’



‘Love Is A Losing Game’

‘Back To Black’

‘Unholy War’

‘I’m No Good’

‘Me And Mr Jones’


‘We’re Still Friends’

‘I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know’

The Little Noise sessions continue on Sunday (November 26) with a special performance by Oasis‘s Noel Gallagher.