Her own club night, according to NME, is named Snakehips At The Monarch and will be launched at the Camden Monarch venue in North London on Thursday, July 10.
Despite her troubled personal life, Amy Winehouse apparently is attempting a career reinvention. The British songstress reportedly is about to launch her own club night in London and will as well have a DJ battle.
The club night, named Snakehips At The Monarch, is scheduled to be launched at the Camden Monarch venue in North London on Thursday, July 10, the same day her incarcerated husband Blake Fielder-Civil is expected to be sentenced in court. Per British music magazine NME, during the event Amy will play a selection of songs that have influenced her music.
She, moreover, is also set to have a DJ battle with DJ Bioux. Tickets for the event will be available on the door.
Fielder-Civil is currently locked up in London's Pentonville Prison. He's awaiting trial to be sentenced in London for perverting the course of justice.