The late jazz and blues singer Amy Winehouse is being memorialized through a life-size brass sculpture that is being erected in her honor in Camden market, near the house where she died. This is an unprecedented move as Camden council does not typically allow a statue to be put up until 20 years after someone has died. They decided to make an exception in Winehouse’s case since she was considered such an integral part of Camden.
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