We still can't believe Amy Winehouse is gone and won't be back in some studio recording albums like Back to Black and wowing us with her jazzy vocals. She was kept as a recording industry secret while she was being developed as an artist. By the time Back to Black was released it went to number one on the U.K. charts and number seven on Billboard in the U.S. However, her talent was overlooked by her personal issues with drugs and alcohol.
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She died from alcohol poisoning on July 27 2011. Grammy-award winning singer Adele credits Winehouse for making it easier for a British lady to break into the American music scene.