Amy Jade Winehouse (14 September 1983 – 23 July 2011)
Amy Winehouse - Love Is A Losing Game
I miss her so much i listen to some amy almost everyday.
Gaultier's Amy Winehouse-Inspired Collection Debuts in Beijing - Fall/Winter 2012-13
BEIJING - Top French designer Jean Paul Gaultier showcases his Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collection dedicated to late singer Amy Winehouse in Beijing, China.
The only artist I wanted to ever see in concert.
Missing you Amy
It's an interesting question. I have a real fondness for irreverent jokes and dark humour but am well aware of ethical concerns. I have heard jokes about dead celebrities that have made me chuckle and, like the writer of that article says of himself, I don't think that makes me a bad person. All the Amy Whinehouse ones I've heard have been limp and obvious (Rehab references etc.), if I heard or thought of a clever one I don't think I'd hesitate to use it.
I think joking about anyone's death is distasteful.
Nas - Cherry Wine ft. Amy Winehouse
Happy Birthday Amy! We miss you so much
Miss Amy! Happy Belated! Still playing those two marvelous albums.
Born 30 years ago this month, Winehouse seemed more intuitively connected to Black soul than other White pop stars in her wake
Amy Winehouse was arguably one of the decade’s strongest, most nakedly expressive singer/songwriters. Just 27 when she passed away July 23, 2011, Winehouse was a five-time Grammy winner whose multiplatinum Back to Black (2007) reinvigorated a (mostly) British remake/remodel of American soul music. The trend continued with the ubiquitous ascendancy of Adele, herself a progeny of a rich lineage of White (mostly Brit) artists including Annie Lennox, Lisa Stansfield, George Michael, and the late Teena Marie—all of whom easily crossed over to Black audiences.
Read more at EBONY http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-c...#ixzz2g77z2qxz
A statue of Amy Winehouse has been unveiled in Camden, London (High Barnet would surely have been more appropriate) on what would have been her 31st birthday.
^ ghastly in life, ghastly in death.
There is not a day passing without listening to something from Amy, she had the wit and the voice to die for!
¨Beware the fury of a patient man¨ - John Dryden
"Peter Doherty has shared a somber black-and-white video for "Flags of the Old Regime", his new single which pays tribute to Amy Winehouse. All proceeds from the song's sale benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which works to discourage drug abuse in young people."
Peter Doherty - Flags of the Old Regime
Nice to see Pete clean - lets hope it stays that way. God I loved him when I was a teenager, it's been such a waste of his life and mind the past few years.
Had to google him, he's been thru a lot. Beautiful tribute.