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Amy Winehouse fans will have to wait for a stage production about the late singer after Winehouse's father, Mitch Winehouse, objected to the use of her music, photos or belongings in a play that was to premiere in Denmark. Winehouse spokesman Chris Goodman told the Associated Press Monday that the family never granted Denmark's Royal Theater permission to use the singer's materials in "Amy," which was written by 11 Danish playwrights. It was set to premiere on Jan. 30. Also read: Singer Amy Winehouse Found Dead at Her London Flat Danish copyright agency »


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