Amy Winehouse's death came as a shock to everyone. Losing a talented a person like her was a blow to the music industry as well as her fans. Now her fans will be able to relive the memories by visiting the Camden's Jewish Museum, London that exhibits photographs and personal items of the singer. The exhibit showcases pictures, books, music, clothes and other items that were close to and owned by Amy Winehouse.
The book collection featured in the exhibit included books like Big Book of Quick Crosswords, Hunter S Thompson's Kingdom of fear and 30 years of collected letters between Vladmir Nabokov and Edmund Wilson. While some of her CD's were from Teena Marie, Velvet Underground and Drifters. Other items that included the display list were fridge magnets.
Amy Winehouse died two years ago at the age of 27 from alcohol poisoning. She was found dead in her apartment. Before her death the singer had been struggling with drug abuse and alcohol addiction and had checked into rehab various times. Meanwhile the singer's brother recently revealed that the reason behind his sister's death was not alcohol poisoning but she was infact struggling with bulimia.
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