Amy Winehouse was an English pop-soul singer whose hit song "Rehab" seemed to sum up her life: tremendous musical talent mixed with fearsome personal demons. She is credited with inspiring the British retro-R&B trend of the mid-2000s that le...
September 14, 1983,
July 23, 2011
Amy Winehouse was born in Chase Farm Hospital in north London, to Jewish
parents. Her father, Mitchell "Mitch" Winehouse, was a window panel installer
Learn more about the life, career, private struggles and death of singer Amy
Winehouse at Biography.com. She won Grammy Awards for her eclectic album
She was born Amy Jade Winehouse, on September 14, 1983, in Enfield, London,
England to a Jewish family with Russian ancestry on her mother's side.
parents separated when she was nine years old, but she grew up with her father imprinting his love for jazz songs onto her, particularly artists like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett, who Mitch Winehouse
was a big fan of. From the age of 9 on, Amy
attended private ... More »
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Growing up in the Southgate area of Enfield, Winehouse went to Southgate
School and then Ashmole School. She was introduced to music at an early age
Amy Winehouse was a highly talented yet troubled singer-songwriter. This
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Amy Winehouse Biography: Career of 'Rehab' Singer Born September 14th,
1983 in Southgate, London, England, Amy Winehouse followed in the footsteps