Livestreaming from City Winery Nashville at 7:30 PM Central
July 23, 2021, will mark the 10th anniversary of Amy Winehouse's untimely passing. To celebrate Amy’s legacy, Qello Concerts, Mandolin, and City Winery joined forces to livestream the Back to Amy benefit event.
The Back to Amy livestream will start at 7:30 PM Central Time / 8:30 PM Eastern Time on July 23. You'll also be able to catch the show a day after at 8:00 PM BST (London time), and at 7:30 pm AEST (Sydney time). The celebration will feature the performances, tributes, and well-wishes from some of today's hottest upcoming artists, such as singer and guitarist Chris Daughtry, model and musician Cailin Russo, actor and singer Joshua Henry, pop sensation Young Summer, rock band Hounds, Grammy-nominated rapper Raja Kumari, indie pop-rock band Sweet Lizzy Project, Stingray Rising Star Zola Courtney, and many more!
In addition to live performances, the event will host an in-person exhibit at City Winery Nashville, presented by creative director and photographer Charles Moriarty, and executive producer Gabriel Gornell.
Click here to buy your livestream ticket and learn more about the merch packages. A contribution of $10 from every ticket will benefit MusiCares and the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The Back to Amy livestream will be free for all Qello Concerts’ subscribers.
Stream Amy Winehouse’s shows on Qello Concerts
With only two albums, Frank (2003) and Back to Black (2006), Amy Winehouse has impacted several generations with her deep voice and soul. Fans of Amy Winehouse will enjoy the shows and documentaries collection curated by Qello Concerts’ programmers.
From her Live at Eurockéennes de Belfort in 2007 to the BBC One Sessions: Live at Porchester Hall, discover the best of Amy Winehouse on Qello Concerts!
Live at Eurockéennes de Belfort 2007
Relive the exceptional vocals and rugged charm of award-winning Amy Winehouse at the peak of her career. This soulful performance at Eurockéennes festival showcases the signer’s retro vibe and incomparable talent.
This documentary explores Amy Winehouse’s legacy as one of the most discussed singer-songwriters of her generation. Her soulful voice won her critical acclaim, scores of awards and fans from all walks of life, while her turbulent and decadent lifestyle made her an irresistible target for the press. In a time when photographs of Amy Winehouse dominated the front pages, each new picture surpassing the last, as she appeared to incrementally crumble under the cocktail that was the magnitude of her success, it was her unique and heartfelt music that touched the hearts of millions of fans.
The Final Goodbye
The Final Goodbye is an intimate look into the life and times of Amy Winehouse. This in-depth program chronicles her rise to pop superstardom and offers a sensitive portrayal of a transformative star and the inner demons that inspired her work and eventually caused her untimely death.
BBC One Sessions: Live at Porchester Hall
In 2007, Amy was crowned Best British Female at the BRIT Awards, and her performance which followed her win made it clear why. Set in London’s prestigious Porchester Hall, Amy performed the much-loved classics from her debut album Frank as well as tracks from her now classic follow-up, Back to Black.
The Day She Came to Dingle
Recorded in December 2006 in a tiny church located in the southwest corner of Ireland, the town of Dingle played host to Amy whilst she recorded the show for Irish TV music series Other Voices. Amy delivered an electrifying 20-minute live performance to a crowd of 85 in the tiny St James' Church, with acoustic performances of songs from her Back to Black Album. In the revealing interview, Amy spoke of her musical influences such as Mahalia Jackson, Sarah Vaughan, Ray Charles and the Shangri-Las and how she came to love jazz music.