Born on September 14, 1983 and died in London on July 23, 2011, Amy Jade Winehouse was a British singer, songwriter and performer. Her multiple musical influences between jazz, blues and soul, her particular voice timbre and her 1950s look gave her the status of a musical icon of the 2000s. Her tattoos, hairstyle and eyeliner have also earned her acclaim from the fashion world. While “Franck”, the singer’s debut album released in 2003, met with success and good reviews in the United Kingdom, it was the opus “Back To Black” that made Amy Winehouse an international star. Crowned Best New Artist, the artist won three more Grammy Awards in 2006 (Album of the Year and Song of the Year for the hit “Rehab”) and many other awards around the world. “You know I’m No Good” and “Back To Black” are among his greatest hits. Married from 2007 to 2009 to Blake Fielder-Civil, a junkie, Amy is thrown into the hell of drugs and struggles to get out of it. The media has widely reported the singer’s alcohol and drug addiction problems, as well as her concerns about depression. Amy died in her London apartment at the age of 27, after a long period of abstinence and heavy alcohol abuse.