Her father explains to The Evening Standard the reasons behind this fund-raising initiative, “Anybody...can suffer addiction, and the foundation is all about helping those people. Rather than them thinking she was a drug addict and an alcoholic, but a great singer, I want people to know what a super girl she was and down underneath it all just a normal kid.”
Camden resto Gilgamesh is providing an Amy-inspired menu for the entire month, plus a Friday I'm In Love sing-along the day before the singer's birthday. Proud Galleries will also host an "Amy Winehouse For You I Was A Flame" exhibition from September 11 to October 6. For more information, visit the charity's website — or keep abreast of all the action on Twitter with the hashtag Amys30. (Event Magazine)
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