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Mitch Winehouse Remembers Amy Winehouse

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Mitch Winehouse talks about the life and untimely death of his daughter, the singer Amy Winehouse. Amy, My Daughter, is an intimate account of Amy's life as she lived it—from her musical coming-of-age to her distinctive sound and look to her substance abuse problems and the swirl of tabloid-fueled rumors about her.

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Mitch Winehouse

Comments [6]

kevin from upper LS

i just heard the whole interview,now. and, i've got to say,this guy is a bit strange, if nothing else. yet, then again,he may just have his own unique way of processing grief. i truly hope so,at least.

Jun. 27 2012 11:28 PM
kevin from upper LS

it's amazing, how people presume to know, someone that they don't. it just boggles the mind. are these folks, from the same gene-pool sample,that convicts people in court decisions, with only the vaguest of evidence. i really wonder...?

Jun. 27 2012 10:33 PM
Roy from Smithtown

Amy Winehouse was an especially unique and rare pop talent. I believe her father Mitch Winehouse has helped to turn the tragedy of her death into positive and beneficial things. The foundation created in her name is commendable. From all I have read and heard, Mr. Winehouse's grief is real and his intention to dispel myths about Amys life and present the facts is understandable. I do not agree with those who may be skeptical of his motivations.

Jun. 27 2012 02:29 PM
Susan from West Village

Reportedly proceeds from the book will go to youth at risk.

Jun. 27 2012 01:12 PM
foodaggro from Brooklyn

I didn't realize that the Geico gecko lizard was Amy Winehouse's dad! I'd like to ask him, what is his motivation in writing this book? One busy lizard, this one.
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Jun. 27 2012 12:55 PM
Jon from West Village

This man is a despicable self-promoter who enabled and encouraged his daughter to abuse, blocked attempts to help her and continues to try to cash-in on her. This segment is revolting.

Jun. 27 2012 12:45 PM

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