Amy — DVD review

Asif Kapadia plays it straight with a chronological account of the singer’s rapid rise and fall

School for stardom

From Amy Winehouse to Adele, the Brit School has long helped youngsters with artistic ambition

Lunch with the FT: Lucian Grainge

With the £1.2bn takeover of EMI, a 52-year-old Londoner has emerged as the music industry’s key player. Over eggs Benedict in Malibu, he talks to Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson about watching football with Simon Cowell and how rock’n’rollers do lunch

Lunch with the FT

Nas: Life Is Good

New York rap veteran goes from old-fashioned East Coast bangers to boldly worked orchestral and jazz samples

Remembering Amy

Mitch Winehouse talks to Cathy Galvin about his book on his daughter’s struggles and their extraordinary family saga

Lost in motion

Pop musician, producer and DJ Mark Ronson tells how he came to write the score for a ballet

Expat lives: For the record

The authenticity of Port Antonio is what first charmed British music executive Jon Baker, who has set up a hotel and studio in Jamaica

Last of the great crooners

He started as a singing waiter and Frank Sinatra called him ‘the best in the business’. Tony Bennett tells Ludovic Hunter-Tilney about his 70-year career and what he wanted to say to Amy Winehouse