Most of the images we’ve seen of Amy Winehouse tend to depict only the wild and tragic parts of her life. That’s about to change.
The family of Amy Winehouse will mark the first anniversary of the singer's death using Jewish tradition, a British magazine reported, quoting the singer's mother.
Amy Winehouse, the talented but troubled chanteuse, was found dead in her north London flat on July 23. She was 27.
Late last year, I spent the better part of a month working on a lengthy profile on Amy Winehouse, the British Jewish retro soul singer who tragically died over the weekend at 27. It was in the doldrums of this process, which included reading a book about Jewish immigrants who perform in blackface in the early 20th century and researching the bizarre music producer Phil Spector, one of her primary musical influences -- that I was forced to ask myself: Why do I like Amy Winehouse so much?
The family of troubled singing star Amy WInehouse, who was found dead in her London home, has asked for privacy to grieve.