Posted 21 May 2008 - 01:52 PM
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Posted 24 May 2008 - 11:30 AM
The delayed announcement of her slot was nothing to do with her private life, a festival spokesman said. "We just wanted to make sure her team was happy with the arrangements before she was confirmed." The spokesman added: "It wasn't due to issues to do with her personal life."
Amy has since struck up a relationship with Pete Doherty and the pair are believed to be recording together. Winehouse is also booked to headline Bestival on the Isle of Wight and perform at T In The Park and the V Festival this summer.
Posted 24 May 2008 - 03:05 PM
2 - incorrect information, whole point of a headliner is that they are first on the stage, Jay will therefore be on before amy, and amy on second, source - http://www.glastonbu...9#Pyramid_Stage
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Posted 26 June 2008 - 01:01 AM
The other headline story in the run-up to this year's festival concerns the appearance â€“ or otherwise â€“ of Amy Winehouse, who's been in hospital since June 16 receiving treatment for emphysema. The most recent reports confirm she'll be there, though her "support" slot immediately prior to Jay-Z's surely undervalues her achievement as the most successful and magnetic performer of the last few years â€“ and does the rapper few favours, either. Expect a sizeable exodus in the direction of the Other Stage following her set, for Massive Attack's headline appearance there. Canny punters, however, should make sure they stick around between The Raconteurs' set and Amy's to catch the performance by Manu Chao.
Gill's pick of the festival
Amy Winehouse (Pyramid Stage, Saturday)
For all the obvious reasons â€“ but mostly because she's the pre-eminent vocal interpreter of her era, blessed with gifts that most of the weekend's line-up would give their right hands for.
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