Amy Winehouse won five Grammy Awards for her 2006 album Back to Black, and is remembered for songs like “Rehab,” “Back to Black” and “Valerie.” She died in 2011, at age 27.
Amy Winehouse was born to a jewish family on 14th September, 1983 in the Southgate area of North London.
Amy was the youngest child of Janis Winehouse (Seaton) a pharmacist and her father Mitchell Winehouse a taxi driver. Amy’s only brother Alex is four years older than Amy.
Born in London, England, on September 14, 1983, Amy Winehouse broke into the music business when, at age 16, a classmate passed on her demo tape. She signed her first record deal as a jazz vocalist, and her music later blossomed into an eclectic mix of jazz, pop, soul and R&B. Winehouse won five Grammy Awards connected to her 2006 album Back to Black, and earned acclaim for songs like the title track, “Rehab” and “Love Is a Losing Game.” Winehouse died tragically on July 23, 2011, at the age of 27 from accidental alcohol poisoning.