Amy Winehouse

Singer / Songwriter

Amy Winehouse, a renowned British singer-songwriter, captivated the world with her soulful voice and distinctive jazz-influenced style. Born on September 14, 1983, in London, Winehouse rose to fame with her critically acclaimed album "Back to Black," which earned her multiple Grammy Awards. Despite her tragically short life, Winehouse's impact on the music industry remains indelible, solidifying her as an iconic figure in the realm of contemporary soul and jazz.

Amy Winehouse

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Date of Birth

14 September 1983

Camden City, London, England

Back to black

2006

Camden City, London, England

Back to black

2006

Camden City, London, England