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Before the age of 27, Amy Winehouse was already iconic. Rising from the vibrant music scene of North London, Winehouse’s blend of jazz, soul, and R&B stood out from anything else that was out at the time, creating the iconic, timeless sound we know and love today, and making her one of the most talented singer-songwriters of all time. Her deeply personal, poignant lyrics connected with audiences around the world, with her Back to Black album taking home several Grammys. 

Ahead of the release of the upcoming Focus Features film, Back to Black, dig into Winehouse’s legacy with SPIN’s limited-time section devoted to Amy Winehouse. This will include all of our past coverage, including our iconic 2007 cover around the time of the Back to Black album which was an honest portrayal of a unique artist at her rawest.

Join us in honoring Winehouse’s enduring relevance and influence over music all these years later, and experience the life behind the lyrics on the big screen starting May 17. Get Tickets now at