The late soulful singer won 25 awards and received 63 nominations during her swift but stratospheric rise to fame.
The media frenzy Winehouse attracted, paired with her raw and undeniable talent, was substantial enough to keep onlookers fascinated with her life – even after she met her fatal end. The documentary film Amy, just recently released on July 10, only further illustrates people’s interest in finding closure following her untimely passing.
Notably a member of the unofficial 27 Club, of which Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and some 50 other musicians are members, Winehouse passed away on this day in July 2011.
We honor and commemorate Winehouse’s life by compiling lesser-known facts in hopes of keeping the spirit of her eccentricity alive. After all, legends never die.
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Amy Winehouse: 14 Lesser-Known Facts About Her Life Through Photos
1. A baby-faced Amy Winehouse in 2003.Source:Getty 1 of 14
2. Amy Winehouse at the shortlist announcement for the BRIT Awards 2004.Source:Getty 2 of 14
3. Amy at the 'Nationwide Mercury Music Prize' 2004.Source:Getty 3 of 14
4. Amy Winehouse and Russell Brand at the Q Awards 2006.Source:Getty 4 of 14
5. Amy performs at Joe's Pub in NYC in 2006.Source:Getty 5 of 14
6. Amy after receiving the Pop Award for 'Back to Black' at the South Bank Show Awards 2007.Source:Getty 6 of 14
7. Amy performs on stage at the BRIT Awards 2007.Source:Getty 7 of 14
8. Amy and Blake Fielder-Civil at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2007.Source:Getty 8 of 14
9. Amy performs for the 50th Grammy Awards ceremony via video link in 2008.Source:Getty 9 of 14
10. Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson perform at the BRIT Awards 2008.Source:Getty 10 of 14
11. Amy Winehouse with her father Mitch Winehouse in 2008.Source:Getty 11 of 14
12. Amy having a night out in Camden in 2009.Source:Getty 12 of 14
13. Amy makes a surprise appearance with Mark Ronson in 2010.Source:Getty 13 of 14
14. Amy's last performance in 2011.Source:Getty 14 of 14
Legends Never Die: Celebrating The Life Of Amy Winehouse was originally published on globalgrind.com