Spring is here and 'Friday Download' presenters Richard, Dionne, George, Shannon and Bobby decide to set out on a road trip together; a holiday that should boast fun and frolics, but things start going wrong from the off. Their van is slowly breaking down and somehow manages to get stuck up a tree outside... where else? A large and very old haunted house. They are forced to beg hospitality from the unusual homeowners, but they soon wish they hadn't when furniture starts moving on its own, books fly off shelves and strange apparitions haunt their evenings. However, they can't help but feel sorry for the owners of the house, who may be forced to allow it to be knocked to the ground if they can't raise funds to keep it. The gang decide to raise the money themselves, and host a special music event called Friday Fest, though it doesn't quite go to plan...
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Amy Winehouse’s headstone has finally been unveiled in Edgware, North London, and features the names of the singer’s closest family and friends. The Camden-based star’s collaborator Mark Ronson is mentioned, as is her soul singing goddaughter Dionne Bromfield.
The stone – inscribed with pink writing – carries a prominent tribute to Amy’s late grandmother Cynthia Levy, with the singer’s name featuring below. It reads, “Forever in the hearts of their devoted family”. The headstone also features a host of other colleagues and friends who were close to the singer, including manager Raye Cosbert, backing singers Zalon Thompson and Ade Omotayo and Dale Davis, her long-time bass player. Reg Traviss – her boyfriend at the time of her death – is mentioned, as is her best friend Tyler James, who most recently featured on the BBC singing contest The Voice. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Winehouse’s ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil is conspicuous by his absence on the headstone.
The unveiling of the headstone comes as a new box-set ‘Amy Winehouse at the BBC’ was announced. Set to hit shelves on November 12, the package includes a total of four discs, three of which are compilations of live performances.
June 20th 2011 will see the release of Dionne Bromfield's new single Foolin' through Island Records, the track features Lil Twist, the latest signing to Lil Wayne's label Young Money Entertainment. This is the follow up single to the extremely catchy single 'Yeah Right' featuring Diggy Simmons, the son of Joseph 'Run' Simmons from Run D.M.C.
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March 6th 2011 will see the release of Dionne Bromfield's new single Yeah Right featuring Diggy Simmons (the son of Rev. Run from Run D.M.C.). Dionne's debut album 'Introducing'(which featured Dionne performing a collection of classic motown tracks) was released in 2009 through Lioness Records, a label set up by her godmother Amy Winehouse.