It's been almost two years since Amy Winehouse passed away -- the anniversary of her death is July 23. But her family works tirelessly to keep her memory alive. (There is a summer exhibit at London's Jewish Museum, called 'Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait.')
Now, her older brother Alex has gone on record to say that it was bulimia really that killed his sister, not her notorious drug and alcohol a
Reg Traviss, the movie director who was singer Amy Winehouse‘s boyfriend at the time of her tragic death, has been deluged with offers to make a biopic about the singer. However, the pain is too acute for him and he has refused the requests.
We often refer to senior citizens as being in their ‘golden years,’ but Tony Bennett is taking it to a whole new level. In fact, before long, he could be in his platinum years.
At the age of 87, the veteran singer is still reaching new levels of success, breaking a pair of Billboard records with the first single from his ‘Duets II’ album.
The last known studio recording Amy Winehouse did before her untimely death in July was a duet with Tony Bennett called ‘Body and Soul,’ which will be on his upcoming album ‘Duets II,’ dropping September 20.
The song was recorded in March at the famed Abbey Road Studios in London, and Bennett has pledged that proceeds from the single’s sales will benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
The toxicology report from Amy Winehouse’s autopsy is in.
Chris Goodman, the Winehouse family spokesman, released a statement saying, “Toxicology results returned to the Winehouse family by authorities have confirmed that there were no illegal substances in Amy’s system at the time of her death. Results indicate that alcohol was present, but it cannot be determined as yet if it played a role in he