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Watch Unseen Live Footage Of Amy Winehouse Ahead Of ‘Back To Black’ Documentary Release

The clip includes footage from a private show at London’s Riverside Studios on 10 February 2008, the same night Winehouse won five Grammys, including Record Of The Year.

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Ahead of the release of the Amy Winehouse documentary Back To Black, Eagle Vision has shared a clip of previously unseen footage of the singer’s performance of ‘Love Is A Losing Game’.

The clip includes footage from a private show at London’s Riverside Studios on 10 February 2008, the same night Winehouse won five Grammys, including Record Of The Year.

Back To Black chronicles the making of Winehouse’s 2006 record of the same name and is set for release on 2 November. Along with this exclusive footage, the documentary also features new interviews with producers Mark Ronson and Saleem Remi.

The film focuses not on the tabloid fodder that followed the singer, but her true passion for her craft and songwriting.

The famed concert, titled An Intimate Evening in London, was personally hosted by Winehouse for friends, family and her record label, Island after the 24 year-old singer was denied entry to the US in time to attend the Grammy Awards, where she would go on to win Record Of The Year for ‘Rehab’ along with Song Of The Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album and was named Best New Artist.

Winehouse would accept the award for Record Of The Year via video transmission from London and her shocked reception instantly went viral.

Back To Black is the second documentary about the late singer, following Asif Kapadia’s 2015 Oscar-winning film Amy.

Her estate also recently announced a 2019 hologram worldwide tour and an upcoming biopic with Monumental Pictures, adapted by ‘Kinky Boots’ writer Geoff Deane that will begin shooting in 2019. Proceeds from both the tour and film will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation .

The Amy Winehouse: Back To Black Documentary is released on 2 November and can be bought here.

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