Mark Ronson performed a tribute to Amy Winehouse, performing her track 'Back to Black' during his set at Camp Bestival yesterday (30.07.11).
'The Bike Song' hitmaker performed a version of the singer's track 'Back to Black' with The Rumble Strips, which he dedicated to his friend, who died suddenly last week ago.
Introducing the song, Mark told the crowd: "Its been a bad week for music, but if you like the music of Amy Winehouse then make yourself heard right now.
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Mark Ronson paid tribute to Amy Winehouse playing her hits 'Rehab', 'Back to Black' and 'Valerie' at his Greenwich Summer Sessions show last night (27.07.11).
The producer had worked with Amy - who died suddenly on Saturday (23.07.11), and was cremated on Tuesday (26.07.11) - on her biggest hits, including 'Rehab' and her defining second album, 'Back to Black', and opened his set with 'Valerie', a song by The Zutons which she covered for his 'Version' album.
After the opening track, sung by original singer Dave McCabe, Mark said: "It's been a s**t week and it's great coming out to play to you guys, that's the great thing about music."
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The Grammy-winner courted the English group after hearing their cover of a track he recorded with singer Amy Winehouse.
And Ronson is delighted that he has now secured the band for his own music label - Allido Records.
He tells NME.com "I came across The Rumble Strips through their cover of Back To Black and Amy and I agreed it was kind of better than our own.
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