Amy Winehouse leaves hospital to join father
Wednesday 28 April 2010
Singer Amy Winehouse nipped out of hospital to perform on stage alongside her budding chart star father Mitch last night.
The troubled singer - recovering from bruising after a fall at her home - headed out for a few hours last night to support Winehouse senior and made his performance a family affair.
Winehouse also gave a street musician a kiss while she was out and about in north London after he picked her up - causing her to wince from her injuries.
Winehouse, 26, has been at a private clinic in London's Harley Street after falling at the weekend.
Doctors said the singer, who had a cut above her eye after the fall, had bruised her ribs.
She popped out of the clinic last night to see Mitch who was performing at the Hayhill Gallery in London's Cork Street at event in honour of human rights lawyer Julian Young.
He sang five songs from his forthcoming album Rush Of Love, which is due to be released in June.
Then his daughter joined him on-stage to duet on September In The Rain and Fly Me To The Moon.
Amy, who was accompanied by friend Tyler James, then went for a drink in Camden where she lives.
A spokesman said: "She is obviously used to singing with Mitch, who introduced her to classic jazz and swing records when she was a child, and her bruised ribs clearly haven't affected her voice."
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