Winehouse Settles Songwriting Suit

(antiMusic) The last thing Amy Winehouse needs to worry about right now is claiming songwriting credits for songs she didn't fully write herself. Amid all of the drug abuse controversies surrounding the singer she must have had a momement of clarity because she decided that a legal battle with someone named P*Nut over credits and royalty for a song wasn't worth the effort. So she's giving the producer/songwriter with a silly name his due.

Gigwise has the report: Amy Winehouse has settled a copyright infringement suit over a song from her album 'Back To Black' out of court. The singer has agreed to pay songwriter and producer P*Nut - real name John Harrison - a share of the copyright from the song and payment of costs for co-writing the song 'He Can Only Hold Her'.

P*Nut received only a thankyou, and no songwriting credit, when the album was released last year. His solicitor says, "This represents a very satisfactory outcome for P*Nut, who considered his contribution to the song to be perfectly obvious." - more on this story

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