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Very well written. RIP Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse and rehabbing the stigma of substance abuse I’d wager that Amy Winehouse fans – casual or otherwise – had a similar reaction to the 27-year-old singer and fashion muse’s death: tragic but not entirely unexpected. You’d only need to listen to a few tracks off her brilliant 2006 album Back to Black to know that Winehouse’s demons were the crux of her too-short existence. Winehouse’s struggles with drugs, alcohol a … Read More

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Comments on: "Amy Winehouse and rehabbing the stigma of substance abuse (via FemThreads)" (2)

  1. I was not more than superficially familiar with Amy Winehouse’s music, but I completely agree with your view . . . I used to work in the music business, and it was clear to me that all too often, once an artist proved successful, he or she could very easily become a “commodity” rather than a person (depending in whose hands he/she was entrusted), and once that happens, the love of money can take over, and personal lives reel out of control . . . all too often.

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