Amy featured previously unseen footage from the late singer-songwriter's personal life
The sound that gave Amy soul
He also spoke about the difficulty of setting up The Amy Winehouse Foundation at a gala
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Amy Winehouse’s battered black suitcase is crammed with photos of her family and friends. There is the red jumper she wore as her Sylvia Young School uniform with her name label, as well as her record collection, passes for gigs and her first guitar. These are just a few of the intimate objects on show at Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait at London’s Jewish Museum in Camden, where Winehouse lived, that have been lovingly put together by her brother Alex and his wife Riva, just two years since she died in 2011.
Amy Winehouse's status as a cultural icon looks set to be canonised as plans to install a life-sized statue of the "Back to Black" singer in her native Camden are approved by the local council in the same week the Jewish Museum announces an exhibition dedicated to her.
There’s much talk of The New Boring, the supposed prevalence of a staid, pleasant, young fogeyish tendency in new music - the success of your Michael Kiwanukas, Adeles and Ben Howards being its most obvious symptom.
Amy Winehouse will be one of the first names to be immortalised in a monument inspired by Hollywood
Amy Winehouse's father has stopped the performance in Denmark of a play about the late singer, refusing permission for the use of her music and photos.
A host of music stars paid tribute to Amy Winehouse as they gathered in her memory to raise money for disadvantaged young people.
Amy Winehouse is still proving to be one of the most popular British recording artists of modern time, with fans buying more than 1.7 million copies of her recordings in the year since her death.
Online auction firm eBay is to boost a fund set up in memory of Amy Winehouse on the first anniversary of her death.
With his sculpted hairdo, his roster of cool mates and appearances at all the best parties, new Radio 1 breakfast host Nick Grimshaw seems a world away from the rough and ready charm of Chris Moyles.
The mother of the late singer Amy Winehouse says that almost a year after her death the grief "doesn't get any easier".