Amy Winehouse shows support to would-be chart topper father

SONGSTRESS Amy Winehouse left hospital briefly yesterday to support a live performance by her father Mitch.

The troubled singer is recovering at a private clinic on London's Harley Street after suffering a fall at the weekend.

Her father Mitch was performing at the Cahill Gallery in London's Cork Street at event in honour of human rights lawyer Julian Young.

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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.

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.

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."