The young actress has a YouTube channel full of performance videos.
TBT August 11, 2007: "Sad. Sad. Sad. Sad. Sad." Amy Winehouse is talking about the scary drug overdose that landed her in an London emergency room this past week. The singer, who refuses to go to rehab, spoke exclusively to the News Of The World. Says Wino: "It was one of the most terrifying moments of my life. [...]
Amy Winehouse's dad gave his late daughter's look-alike the ultimate blessing... posing arm-in-arm. Mitch joined up with Frankie Jordan over the weekend during an event for the Amy Winehouse Foundation. Frankie's the star of the tribute…
Amy Winehouse’s mom says she has no regrets over her daughter’s death, according to People magazine. Janis Winehouse-Collins said that she witnessed Amy turn into a “stranger” in front of her. #Amy_Winehouse VIDEO: Why Amy Winehouse’s...Show More Summary
LONDON — It's been five years since singer Amy Winehouse died at the age of 27 after struggling with substance abuse. SEE ALSO: 8 of the best London street art tributes to Amy Winehouse Now, the charity set up by her family wants to...Show More Summary
English singer Amy Winehouse died on July 23, 2011, at the young age of 27, and on her fifth death anniversary, the Amy Winehouse Foundation revealed that they will be soon opening a drug and alcohol recovery home exclusively for women. Show More Summary
Today saw the opening of Amy's Place, a home in London dedicated to helping women recover from alcohol and substance abuse. It was funded by the Amy Winehouse Foundation, and thus bears the late singer's name.
The London home will be called Amy's Place.
On the 50th anniversary of the first mass campus shooting, Texas students can now carry guns to class. Amy Winehouse Foundation sets up house for women struggling with addiction. The Movement for Black Lives published a detailed policy agenda. LARB reviews Christina Crosby’s A Body, Undone. While you’re at it, return to Sam’s review for Feministing. Kimberlé Crenshaw: “My […]
Amy Winehouse’s hit song “Rehab” is taking on a whole new meaning. The Amy Winehouse Foundation, established in memory of the deceased singer, is opening a facility for women recovering from alcohol and drug addiction, according to a...Show More Summary
Five years after Amy Winehouse’s untimely passing, the Amy Winehouse Foundation has opened a new house to help women dealing with drug and alcohol addiction recover and reintegrate into society. Based in East London, and set up withShow More Summary
Five years after Amy Winehouse's death, the foundation set up by the singer's family will open a center to house women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, The Guardian reports. Amy's Place, in East London, was designed in partnership with Centra, a British affordable-housing nonprofit, and will have space for up ... More »
The Amy Winehouse Foundation is opening a women’s only rehab center for recovering addicts in London. Read more...
Amy's Place is scheduled to open this month. Continue reading…
Amy’s Place opens on August 22.
Amy Winehouse’s death was one of music’s great modern tragedies. She was the last great talent of this generation to leave early. She had a voice that channeled music’s greatest female vocalists of the jazz era, and that made the last interview before she died ever more poignant. Show More Summary
The Zutons’ 2006 song “Valerie”, famously covered by Amy Winehouse (twice!), has gotten a makeover that reimagines it as being about a clingy and crazy gay stalker. Singer and composer Kevin DeKimpe reworks “Valerie” and… Read The post Your Clingy Gay Stalker Just Found His Perfect Soundtrack – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Daft Punk, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Gorillaz, and a whole bunch of David Bowies are scattered throughout the grounds.
Miguel has shared a new song called “Come Through and Chill”, produced by Salaam Remi, perhaps best known for producing Amy Winehouse’s Frank. This is Miguel’s first new song since releasing his great 2015 LP, Wildheart. Continue reading