Amy Winehouse Death Tribute 23-07-2011 – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow


 

Amy Winehouse death tribute 23-07-2011 – will you still love me tomorrow – Sad about Amy Winehouse’s death I covered a song she redid a few years back, rest in peace, will you still love me tomorrow RIP 23-07-2011 LONDON: Troubled British singer Amy Winehouse was found dead at her flat in north London, police said. She was 27 years old. The Grammy award-winning soul singer struggled with well-documented drink and drug addictions. Her death is being treated as unexplained. “Police were called by London Ambulance Service to an address in Camden Square shortly before 4:05 pm (local time) today, Saturday 23 July, following reports of a woman found deceased,” a police statement said. “On arrival officers found the body of a 27-year-old female who was pronounced dead at the scene. “Enquiries continue into the circumstances of the death. At this early stage it is being treated as unexplained.” London Ambulance Service had been called to the flat at 3:54 pm (1454 GMT) and sent two ambulances. Winehouse rocketed to fame after winning five Grammy awards off the back of her 2006 second album “Back to Black” and the hit single “Rehab”. In the run-up to her live return, Winehouse spent a week at an addiction treatment clinic in London, reportedly at the suggestion of her father, Mitch, over concerns that she was drinking too much before her shows. But Winehouse pulled out of her European comeback tour following a disastrous opening performance in Serbia on June 18. She was booed at the performance in Belgrade, as she appeared to be too drunk to sing. Some

 

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12 Responses to Amy Winehouse Death Tribute 23-07-2011 – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

  • johnnywad325 says:

    Fucking nasty junkie? bitch. Who Fucking cares.

  • hollywoodchic108 says:

    she was a piece of? shit,another ugly no talent bitch

  • 3replybiz says:

    She was never my type, but she was quite attractive when she started, then she turned into a rancid looking skank and then died of abusing her body. I call that pissing your big break up the wall totally.? The media tends to sideline people who died this way over time, no retrospectives no anniversary programmes, they are quietly forgotten. She CHOSE to take drugs and abuse alcohol.

  • herefaustarp says:

    check out Faust Arp.?

  • godoylego says:

    Beautiful interpretation. Are you singing to a recording? Or just a little delay in the sound due to recording? I loved your kind, respectful and insightful words. You obviously have felt her passing in much the same way I have. Beautifully expressed. You have amazing talent and charisma.? That’s what makes a singer a star. Can’t wait to see what you do next. Salut!

  • MrEstrit1 says:

    still going at it grea job
    ?

  • wellurs says:

    That was beautiful! You did? her justice. RIP Amy Winehouse

  • Agnes Ingarra says:

    hey thanks for thinking of me, def means? allot! hope all is well!

  • cthalas says:

    so i watched one of your videos a couple of months ago and just started listening to amy today and immediatley thought of your voice. I went to post on your? channel to ask you to cover one of her songs but you beat me to it :D! well done, excellent job. I love your voice.

    and RIP amy

  • dburntv says:

    Beautifully done Agnes!? Love this. R.I.P Amy Winehouse!

    God bless & 1Luv

    D

  • SaxManDanDotCom says:

    Thanks for the response. She died while I was DJing a show in Andover NJ, I read it on my cell phone yahoo internet. I cut the song short, immediately announced she? passed away and played “Rehab”. It was a sad let down, but that was my response.

  • Agnes Ingarra says:

    thanks for watching!?

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