Amy Winehouse plays comeback show

Singer finally performs show after cancellations

Amy Winehouse has played a comeback show after cancelling a number of concerts at the last minute.

The singer axed an appearance at Liverpool’s Summer Pops on July 4 and then pulled out of performances at T In The Park and Oxegen Festival on July 7 and 8, citing “exhaustion”.

However, Winehouse played the Eden Sessions last night (July 17) in Cornwall.


The singer is also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize for her album ’Back To Black’. Ladbrokes have said she is the 5/2 favourite to win the prize, reports the Daily Mail.


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