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Back in 2006, before Amy Winehouse won five Grammys in one night, before Rehab headed stateside to become the karaoke track of choice, and before her beehive was endlessly imitated, Winehouse played an intimate acoustic set at a tiny church in Ireland. Now, you can watch that set for the first time ever in the new Smithsonian Channel documentary, Amy Winehouse: One Shining Night. The documentary also explores the influence of gospel, jazz and hip-hop heavyweights like Mahalia Jackson, Thelonious Monk and even Salt-N-Pepa on Winehouse’s darkly classical style. The documentary airs on the Smithsonian Channel, next Friday, March 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
 

 
And if you’re feeling rusty on your Winehouse wisdom, fear not! We’re giving away five DVD copies of I Told You I Was Trouble: Amy Winehouse Live In London, so you can rekindle your love of Winehouse’s caution-to-the-wind style. All you’ve gotta do is fill out the form below. The contest ends Friday, March 14 at 5 p.m.