Pete Dorothy to dedicate festival gigs to late pal Amy Winehouse

London: Pete Dorothy has planned to dedicate his comeback festival gigs to his tragic pal Amy Winehouse.

The 32-year-old English musician has revealed that he will be singing some of the late singer’s best-loved songs during his set in memory of the star.

Dorothy, who was released early from jail last month after being imprisoned for drug possession, said he was “cut up” about Winehouse’s death and is due to perform at

Leeds Festival on 26th August.

“Pete was really good mates with Amy and he’s still really cut up about her death,” the Daily Star quoted Dorothy’s pal as saying.

“He hopes to help get rid of his demons by dedicating his festival gigs to her memory.

“He loved her music and hopes he can do it justice,” he added.


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