Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings performed at the Black Cat in D.C. last night, and Wonkette videographer Eric Brewer spoke with Ms. Jones in this exclusive interview. The two talked about Sharon's career, like why the hell it took so long for her to finally get some recognition, (Jones says that record executives told her she was "too black"), and if she has any hard feelings about the fact that Amy Winehouse employs the Dap Kings as her backup band, and was the one who got famous off of the sound that Jones created. Although she definitely seems to have some bitterness, Jones says that ultimately, it doesn't matter because "if it took Amy and Mark Ronson to have us be heard in the mainstream, that's good. There's nothing negative between me and Amy. I just wish she'd get herself together and get back to the music."