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Amy Winehouse was an English singer, born in Enfield, London in 1983. She died on July 23, 2011 in London.

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19 Dec, 2006

Back to Black


 Winehouse’s sophomore album releases with soulful heartbreak and love songs. The album includes the first single, Rehab, as well as Tears Dry On Their Own, Me &Mr. Jones, and Back to Black.

The last album was very like ‘Screw you, everything went wrong, I do what I want’, this album is a bit more like ‘We tried.’

18 May, 2007

Winehouse, Fielder-Civil marry

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The soul singer marries her on again, off again boyfriend of two years in Florida. Winehouse’s publicist confirms:

Yes, Amy did marry today in Miami

10 Feb, 2008

Wins Grammy

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Winehouse wins the Grammy for Record of The Year, Song of The Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for Rehab, Best Pop Vocal Album for Back To Black, and Best New Artist.

This is for London!

Amy Winehouse gets Five Grammys

22 Feb, 2008

Love Is A Losing Game performance

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Winehouse performs Love Is A Losing Game during the Brit Awards promoting her album Back To Black. And at the end, she yells

Make some noise for my husband Blake

A reference to Blake Fielder-Civil, who has been remanded in Pentonville prison on charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice.

Amy Winehouse-Love is a losing game -Brit Awards Performance in live

11 Jun, 2009

Winehouse, Fielder-Civil divorce

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A London judge grants the singer and her husband a divorce. Fielder- Civil filed due to Winehouse’s adultery, which she admits. He says that it became intolerable to live with her. Their divorce will be final in six weeks.

8 Aug, 2011

People cover


tragedyWinehouse appears on the cover of People after dying of a drug addiction. Although she was talented, many speculated that her life would end early if she didn’t seek help.

Up until a couple of months ago, she was doing really well. And then she had a step backward and it spiraled. After the June incident, her European tour was canceled, and she retreated to her London home. She kind of became a recluse and spent most days at home writing.

26 Oct, 2011

Coroner: ‘alcohol toxicity’

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A London coroner rules Winehouse’s death cause by alcohol overdose. Despite noting that:

[Winehouse was an] intelligent, determined young woman who, at times, was able to successful abstain from alcohol.

she ruled that her death was “death by misadventure,” and noted that the inquest said Winehouse was more than five times over the legal limit, and that two large bottles and one small bottle of vodka were found in the bedroom of her London home. Winehouse’s parents were in the court to hear the verdict.


12 Feb, 2012

Wins Grammy

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Winehouse and Bennett wins Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Body and Soul.

Tony’s collaboration with Amy meant so much to her and the family as well.


27 Feb, 2013

Jeremy Kyle Show

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Fielder-Civil talks about how he introduced his ex-wife to heroin and how he feels responsible for not being more stern with her when she asked to try it.

Then it got a lot worse while I was in jail and then when I came out of jail I was told that if I loved her I’d divorce her and set her free and I did

13 Jun, 2014

Mayor raises £70,000 Foundation record


During his Mayoral farewell speech, Camden Councillor Jonathan Simpson pays tribute to Winehouse. Simpson’s chosen charity is the Amy Winehouse Foundation, for which he breaks the record for most money raised in a year. In his speech he says

…the Queen of Camden’s legacy is going to live on for many, many years and it’s been a privilege supporting it.

Jonathan Simpson's farewell speech as Mayor

Foundation thank-you video


In response to former Mayor Jonathan Simpson’s tribute, the Amy Winehouse Foundation create a thank-you video. The video is a collaboration of various foundation individuals giving their personal thanks. Foundation member, Rowan Carnihan:

He has given his all – and some to his work with the Foundation. We’ve been so lucky to have him.

Thank you from the Amy Winehouse Foundation

5 Jul, 2014

Foundation Working With Schools


The foundation created in Winehouse’s memory launches a drug and alcohol awareness scheme in Bournemouth secondary schools. Janis Winehouse, the mother of the deceased music star, said those involved in the initiative have the experience to really make a difference:

These people will be able to tell it like it is and this is where it brings it home. The foundation is giving these people the opportunity of employment and the chance to turn their lives around. It is the first step back into real life

Mitch Winehouse , who runs the foundation:

It is difficult because it’s bitter sweet because obviously we wish Amy was here but she is not so we have to make the best of a bad job.

27 Apr, 2015

Family disassociates from documentary

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Winehouse’s family disassociates from Amy, an upcoming documentary based on her life.

The Winehouse family would like to disassociate themselves from the forthcoming film about their much missed and beloved Amy…They feel that the film is a missed opportunity to celebrate her life and talent and that it is both misleading and contains some basic untruths. There are specific allegations made against family and management that are unfounded and unbalanced.