Nov. 21 - Amy Winehouse's family, friends and fans turn out to pay tribute and raise funds at the Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball in London. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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Musician Mark Ronson was among the stars who took to the stage for a special tribute show at London's Dorchester Hotel on Tuesday (November 20) for the Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball.
Ronson was a close friend of Winehouse as well as producing her seminal second album 'Back to Black' and the cover of The Zutons track 'Valerie'.
The producer and musician, who acted as compere for the evening, said the charity foundation was a way of keeping her memory alive.
Amy's father Mitch Winehouse said the foundation would aim to help those young people with alcohol and drug problems, the like of which blighted his daughter's life.
He also paid tribute to his daughter's sense of humour and shared memories of happy times.
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