Amy Winehouse

Sep 02, 01:00 AM
Amy Winehouse was discovered at 16 and went on to become one of the greatest jazz singers of all time. Her status as an icon only grows stronger as the years pass since her death in 2011 at just 27 years old. So how did a young girl from London with only two completed albums to her name, come to be so revered? Join Stephanie Okupniak and discover what so bewitched the world about a girl called Amy. 

In this episode you'll hear from photographer Charles Moriarty as he reveals the secret behind shooting Amy's iconic artwork on her debut album Frank; Sam Shaker, often referred to as Amy's second Dad talks about the moment Amy wrote the classic single 'Back to Black' in his Soho jazz club, and Asif Kapadia the director behind the heartbreaking Amy documentary movie opens up about Amy's struggles with addiction.

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