- Entertainment WeeklyJun 30 10:43 AM
Amy Winehouseâs album of outtakes,Â Lioness: Hidden Treasures,Â was released months after her 2011 deathâand that will probably be her last new release, according to Billboard. Universal Music U.K. chairman and CEO David Joseph told Billboard that he destroyed her unreleased demos. âIt was a...
- StuffJun 30 08:14 PM
Amy Winehouse won't be releasing any posthumous material.
- NMEJul 01 07:37 AM
There won't be any posthumous album releases, claims Universal Music CEO David Joseph
- Cover Media via Yahoo! Singapore NewsJun 30 05:00 AM
Amy Winehouse’s unreleased demos have been destroyed, according to Universal Music chairman David Joseph.
- ContactmusicJul 01 04:26 AM
Demo Tapes By Tragic British Singer Amy Winehouse Will Never Be Released Because A Record Label Executive Destroyed Them After Her Death.
- The GuardianJul 01 12:28 AM
Universal CEO David Joseph says the decision to destroy her early recordings was ‘a moral thing’ One of the grimmer sights in recent years has been the raiding of the vaults of dead superstars to uncover floods of posthumous albums – using demos and outtakes to create new music. That will not happen with Amy Winehouse, Universal Music UK chairman and CEO David Joseph has said. Speaking to ...
- The InquisitrJun 30 09:46 PM
Most people agree Amy Winehouse was a talented — albeit tortured — soul. Her music was straight from the heart, with songs like “Rehab” and “Back to Black” a personal experience into the life and times of Amy Winehouse. However, if you think there might be more unreleased music coming out any time soon, think Universal Music Took A Moral Stance By Destroying All Unreleased Amy Winehouse ...
- Bang Showbiz via Yahoo! New Zealand EntertainmentJul 01 12:00 AM
The producers of 'Amy' have discovered unreleased music from Amy Winehouse and are campaigning to get it released into an album.
- TheCelebrityCafe.comJul 01 09:12 AM
Next week's release of Amy , the documentary covering the life and death of Amy Winehouse, might be the last glimpse of the troubled star that fans get. read more
- Vibe MagazineJul 01 01:44 PM
Labels have released unheard sounds from late artists before – Michael Jackson and Aaliyah to name a few. But the efforts of Universal Music U.K. CEO, David Joseph, are keeping anymore of Grammy-award-winning Amy Winehouse’s soulful melodies from reaching listeners, Billboard reports.
- related to Amy Winehouse - Lioness: Hidden Treasures