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Greenlit: Amy Winehouse: One Shining Night, Smithsonian Channel

Amy Winehouse: One Shining Night  (1 x 60′) – In October 2006, Amy Winehouse released Back to Black, her second studio album and the record that would define her. Winehouse went on to win a Brit Award, two Ivor Novello Awards, and in February 2007 five Grammys(R), including Best New Artist, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year. Quite simply Back to Black was a monster album, and Amy Winehouse was catapulted to superstardom. Shortly after the album’s release, Winehouse made a pilgrimage to the small fishing village of Dingle in the southwest corner of Ireland. There she performed in a tiny 200-year old church in front of less than 70 people, and later shared the story of her music and musical influences.

Channel: Smithsonian Channel

TX: 14th March 2014

Source: Smithsonian Channel press release (via The Futon Critic)


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