British singer Corinne Bailey Rae buried her husband, Jason Rae, at a funeral service held in Leeds, England on Wednesday. Friends and family of about 100 mourners gathered at St. George's Church to bid farewell to the musician, including top music producer, Mark Ronson.
Rae, 31, was found dead in his northern English city of Leeds apartment on March 22. The Scottish born sax player was the saxophonist of the funk band The Haggis Horn. The band backed up several stars including his wife, Winehouse and Ronson.
His death was officially being investigated when the post mortem examine came back inconclusive, but a preliminary pathologist's report suggested his death was caused by an accidental drug overdose.
Police said they arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of supplying controlled drugs, but have not released the name of the man who was released on bail.
The couple married in 2001 after the two met at a Leeds Jazz Club where Bailey Rae worked as a coat attendant.