Amy Winehouse to Debut New Songs in Brazil

Back-up singers reveal details of South American tour

January 6, 2011 9:50 AM ET
Amy Winehouse to Debut New Songs in Brazil
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Amy Winehouse is about to begin her first tour since she finished promoting her last album Back to Black in 2008. The singer is set to play four concerts in Brazil, beginning with the Summer Soul Festival in Florianópolis on Saturday.

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According to Winehouse's back-up vocalist Zalon, the singer has been rehearsing new material with her band especially for these shows. In a YouTube clip posted in late December, Zalon and his brother Heshima, also a Winehouse back-up singer, reveal that Winehouse had already debuted some new tunes at a private concert in Moscow.

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In addition to teasing the public debut of new Winehouse songs, the brothers also shared a couple photographs taken at a recent rehearsal, which can be found on this Winehouse fan site.

Amy Winehouse to debut new material this month [NME]

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