A four-disc box set of the Amy Winehouse's performances will be released in November, giving fans of the late soul-singer access to rarely-seen footage and unique covers of her hits.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation said Friday that the collection, called "Amy Winehouse at the BBC" will feature the singer's earliest BBC Radio sessions, first-ever TV performances and candid interviews.
The set, spread over three DVDs and one CD, will be released on Nov. 12 and record royalties from the set will go to charity.
Winehouse, known for her beehive hairdo, died from alcohol poisoning on July 23, 2011, at the age of 27.
Her debut, "Frank," was a U.K. success, but her breakthrough came with 2007's "Back to Black," a multiplatinum effort that won her five Grammy Awards.