Erika Goldring, Getty Images The four members of Little Big Town will…
- Posted on Apr 16th 2010 8:15AM by Julian Marszalek
According to a report in The Sun, the once-troubled singer -- notorious for tales of drug and alcohol abuse -- has bought a recording studio opposite Pentonville Prison in North London and dubbed it "The Slammer." Readers may well remember Pentonville Prison as being a one-time -- ahem -- residence of Babyshambles frontman Pete Doherty, himself no stranger to excessive living.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail wrote that Winehouse and Ronson have been busy at work on the singer's somewhat belated third album with the pair working together well into the small hours of the morning. The pair were also spotted together at the Mayfair Hotel in central London where Winehouse collected a set of lyrics.
This isn't the first time Winehouse and Ronson have attempted to start work on the singer's much-delayed follow-up to 'Back to Black.' An attempt at recording the theme song to Daniel Craig's second mission as James Bond in 'Quantum of Solace' came to nothing and the honour went instead to White Stripes frontman Jack White and singer Alicia Keys.
With a reconciliation on the cards, that third album is slowly becoming a reality.