‘Amy’ doc premiers its trailerLOS ANGELES - Universal Music Group’s pre-Grammy brunch featured performances by its top-selling stars, Sam Smith and Iggy Azalea, and a sneak peak at the upcoming Amy Winehouse documentary.
The record company on Saturday debuted a close-to-complete trailer of “Amy,’’ which is due in theaters later this year. The minute-long video featured photos and video of the late singer as well as audio from an interview where she talked about becoming famous.
Universal Music UK CEO and Chairman David Joseph said the trailer would be released in a month or so, but he wanted to debut it ahead of the Grammys because the 2008 awards show marked history when Winehouse won five honors, including song and record of the year. Winehouse died in 2011 from accidental alcohol poisoning at age 27.