Amy Winehouse would have turned 30 in September. She died at home in England in July 2011 of accidental alcohol poisoning. Winehouse left much behind: a modest but acclaimed discography (two full-lengths and three collections of B-sides and odds and sods, one of them posthumous); legions of fans who loved and admired her take on R&B, soul and jazz; and an image that was as sullied and controversial as it was respected. This weekend a group of Kansas City musicians and vocalists will pay tribute to Winehouse and her music. The Kansas City All-Star Tribute to Amy Winehouse starts at...
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