Amy Winehouse’s Tony Bennett duet to come out in September

Duet will be singer's first recorded appearance since 2007

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Amy Winehouse‘s duet with Tony Bennett is set to see the light of day in September.

The ‘Back To Black’ singer is among a list of artists including Mariah Carey, Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones who appear on Bennett‘s ‘Duets II’ album, out on September 19.

Details of the song Winehouse and Bennett tackle have not been released yet – nor any further details of the album’s tracklisting.

The song will be the first recorded output to feature Winehouse‘s voice since she provided vocals for Mark Ronson‘s cover of The Zutons‘Valerie’ in 2007.

She is currently thought to be recording a new album and has one live appearance scheduled for the summer, at July’s BBK Festival in Bilbao.

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