The memory of Amy Winehouse
A year after his death, the artist is still present in the neighborhood of London. Several local remember her with her image. Over the next will have a statue.
A year after his early death, Amy Winehouse remains in the memory of their fans. In the London borough of Camden Town, where the singer lived, their songs still sound in each of the bars.
“This is for London and Camden is on fire,” said the author of “Rehab” by winning one of five Grammys in February 2008, while the famous market in his neighborhood suffered a major fire.
The pub “The Hawley Arms,” one of the most frequented by the artist and was completely destroyed, became the mausoleum of the soul diva.
Coinciding with the first anniversary of his death, the underground station in Camden Town has a poster with the portrait of the artist designed by Johan Andersson, two weeks after his death.
In addition, Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse, published a book about her daughter and Camden will have a bronze statue in honor of the girl, who will rise in the Roundhouse music venue.
His style is still present in the music fans. Searched rebellious spirit living on the edge and mark a new direction.