Amy Winehouse passed away Friday afternoon (July 23) at her home in Camden, England. The 27-year-old soul-jazz singer and songwriter’s death was initially ruled as “unexplained,” and her autopsy results are expected as early as tomorrow.
Even though Amy Winehouse is not with us anymore, her albums, songs, and music live on through DVDs, CDs, and recorded performances.
Winehouse’s debut 2003 album, “Frank” can still be purchased, as well as her more popular second album “Back to Black,” which was released in 2006.
Singles by Winehouse, such as “Stronger Than Me,” “Rehab,” “Back to Black,” and “Just Friends” can be found on iTunes and her two CDs.
“I Told You I was Trouble: Live in London” is a DVD featuring Amy Winehouse’s performance at Shepherds Bush Empire in London, England. The DVD was released Nov. 5 2007, and contains a fifteen song set list by the singer, as well as a three song encore. Thousands of copies of this DVD were sold worldwide upon being released.
Winehouse won many awards for her songs and albums, and was nominated for six Grammy Awards in 2008. Winehouse won two Grammys due to her album “Back to Black” (Best Album of the Year and Best Pop Album), and three Grammys due to her hit song “Rehab” (Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and Best New Artist).
Amy Winehouse may have died prematurely, but her music is timeless and will live on forever.
Here’s a sampling of some of her most famous songs, from a video on YouTube: