Monday, August 8, 2011

Amy Winehouse's goddaughter pays tribute to his godmother in Britain

Dionne Bromfield, goddaughter of the late singer Amy Winehouse on Saturday gave an outstanding performance at the Big Chill music festival, which ended with "Love Is a Losing Game," a song that was played by her godmother. Dionne Bromfield's eyes filled with tears during the performance of the mellodía and could hardly articulate the last verses, though the public was followed by clapping.

"It was an amazing singer," said Bromfield. "Not only was my godmother, but my mentor and my boss." The singer, who played several tunes with ease for 30 minutes on Saturday, the second day of the British music festival managed to keep Amy alive, the petite, wore his long hair and remained attached to the microphone.

Bromfield was accompanied by a five-member band and dancers, a repertoire of his two albums, mainly about boys and relationships issues unsuccessful. His husky voice strikes a balance between the influence of soul music to pop, especially the classic "Remember Our Love" and "Yeah Right", which has a fast pace.

Also interpreted the success of Cee Lo Green "Forget You" and "Mama Said", the Shirelles, the first single from Bromfield. Winehouse, who was facing a terrible addiction to drugs and alcohol, was found dead at his home in London on July 23. It is still unclear what caused his death. Bromfield has a contract with Winehouse's record label, Lioness Records.

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