History Music / AmyWinehouse

5th Mar '18 2:26:21 AM extrapettyhoe
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* TheAlcoholic: The unfortunate side effect of fame...which eventually killed her.
8th Jan '18 5:40:14 PM stuffedninja
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She also had myriad personal problems, however, including drug and alcohol abuse and depression, which made her a tabloid magnet and ruined her marriage. She was working on a third album when she was [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14262237 found dead in her London flat]] on 23 July 2011, becoming the latest in a long line of musicians to die at the age of 27.

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She also had myriad personal problems, however, including drug and alcohol abuse and depression, which made her a tabloid magnet and ruined her marriage. She was working on a third album when she was [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14262237 found dead in her London flat]] on 23 July 2011, becoming the latest in joining a long line of musicians to die that died at the age of 27.
8th Jan '18 12:32:36 PM foxtrot57
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->''"I've come to the realization that life is short, you've got to seize the day."''

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->''"I've come to the realization that life is short, you know, gotta live in the moment, you've got to seize the day."''
6th Jan '18 2:07:36 PM foxtrot57
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->''"For you I was a flame / love is a losing game."''

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->''"For you I was a flame / love ->''"I've come to the realization that life is a losing game.short, you've got to seize the day."''
14th Aug '17 2:44:00 PM Gosicrystal
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* HammerspaceHair: In 2008, Amy was filmed taking cocaine on stage, after apparently taking the vial out of her hair. ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' once suggested in a comic-strip parody of ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' called "Amy!" that she hid drugs in her beehive hairdo. [[AccidentallyAccurate They thought they were joking...]]

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* HammerspaceHair: In 2008, Amy was filmed taking cocaine on stage, after apparently taking the vial out of her hair. ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' once suggested in a comic-strip parody of ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' called "Amy!" that she hid drugs in her beehive hairdo. [[AccidentallyAccurate [[JokeAndReceive They thought they were joking...]]
20th Jun '17 2:29:07 AM MrInitialMan
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* HammerspaceHair: In 2008, Amy was filmed taking cocaine on stage, after apparently taking the vial out of her hair. ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' once suggested in a comic-strip parody of ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' called "Amy!" that she hid drugs in her beehive hairdo. They thought they were joking...

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* HammerspaceHair: In 2008, Amy was filmed taking cocaine on stage, after apparently taking the vial out of her hair. ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' once suggested in a comic-strip parody of ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' called "Amy!" that she hid drugs in her beehive hairdo. [[AccidentallyAccurate They thought they were joking...]]
17th Jun '17 8:04:58 AM Gosicrystal
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* HammerspaceHair: In 2008, Amy was filmed taking cocaine on stage, after apparently taking the vial out of her hair.
** ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' once suggested in a comic-strip parody of ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' called "Amy!" that she hid drugs in her beehive hairdo. [[AccidentallyAccurate They thought they were joking...]]

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* HammerspaceHair: In 2008, Amy was filmed taking cocaine on stage, after apparently taking the vial out of her hair.
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hair. ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' once suggested in a comic-strip parody of ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' called "Amy!" that she hid drugs in her beehive hairdo. [[AccidentallyAccurate They thought they were joking...]]
4th Jan '17 11:32:51 AM LarryMullen
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* HarsherInHindsight: Perhaps she should have said "yes" to rehab.
3rd Jan '17 7:54:34 AM jamespolk
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Her story is told in the 2015 {{Rockumentary}} ''[[Film/{{Amy 2015}} Amy]]''.



* GoingColdTurkey: Killed her. It's a ''terrible'' idea to just stop taking opiates, especially as her health was poor to begin with.



* {{Rockumentary}}: ''Amy'', which covers her whole life and career.
6th Dec '16 1:52:06 AM Xtifr
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'''Amy Jade Winehouse''' (14 September 1983 23 July 2011) was a {{Soul}}[=/=]R&B[=/=]{{Jazz}} singer and songwriter, active from 2000 to 2011. Her two albums, ''Music/{{Frank|Album}}'' and ''Music/BackToBlack'', both received critical acclaim, and ''Back to Black'' won five Grammys, making Winehouse the first ever British artist to win that many. She also won a number of other prestigious awards throughout her career, including 3 Ivor Novello awards, a Mobo award, a world music award, a Q music award, an MTV Europe Music Award and a Brit award. Both of her albums spun off several hit singles; she had 15 charted singles in total throughout her career spanning only nine years, including many covers and collaborations with artists such as Tony Bennett and Quincy Jones. ''Back to Black'' would eventually become the best selling album of the 00's and the entire 21st century in the United Kingdom, but also enjoyed considerable mainstream success abroad, including all over Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Japan, and America.

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'''Amy Amy Jade Winehouse''' Winehouse (14 September 1983 23 July 2011) was a {{Soul}}[=/=]R&B[=/=]{{Jazz}} singer and songwriter, active from 2000 to 2011. Her two albums, ''Music/{{Frank|Album}}'' and ''Music/BackToBlack'', both received critical acclaim, and ''Back to Black'' won five Grammys, making Winehouse the first ever British artist to win that many. She also won a number of other prestigious awards throughout her career, including 3 Ivor Novello awards, a Mobo award, a world music award, a Q music award, an MTV Europe Music Award and a Brit award. Both of her albums spun off several hit singles; she had 15 charted singles in total throughout her career spanning only nine years, including many covers and collaborations with artists such as Tony Bennett and Quincy Jones. ''Back to Black'' would eventually become the best selling album of the 00's and the entire 21st century in the United Kingdom, but also enjoyed considerable mainstream success abroad, including all over Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Japan, and America.
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