Amy Winehouse Singer Family To Identify Body

Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse has destroyed the parents formally identified his body on Monday and visited the mourning outside his home in north London to thank them for their support, such as inspectors carried out an autopsy to determine the death of the singer is restless due to ' age of 27 years.

A coroner opened and adjourned an inquest into the death without explanation, leaving the family Winehouse free to plan his funeral. A private family could take place on Tuesday.

The father of the singer, Mitch Winehouse, thanked the people who come to throw bouquets, candles and handwritten notes that was in the mounds of growth across the road from the Victorian house where the soul diva died.

"I can not tell you what this means for us - it really makes this much easier for us," he said.

"We are devastated and I am speechless, but thank you for coming."

The mother of the singer, Janis, was in tears when she interviewed flowers, candles, bottles of vodka, flags, drawings and manuscript maps left by neighbors, supporters and sympathizers. Many offers have expressed similar sentiments: "What a waste."

"I go to the memory of a soul is troubled," said fan Ethna Rouse, who took his 4-year-old son to leave a bouquet of flowers "Like many artists in the world -. What are the tormented souls, and that's where the talent comes from. "

The singer died on Saturday after struggling publicly abuse of drugs and alcohol for years. His body was found in his home security team member, who asked for an ambulance. It 'came too late to save it.
Amy Winehouse

Police said his death is treated as "unexplained", but not suspicious, and said that speculation that she may have suffered a drug overdose was inappropriate.

Police said an autopsy was held on the afternoon of Monday, and the results will be announced later in the day or Tuesday.

An investigation into the death was opened and adjourned the court of London St Pancras coroner. During the two minutes to hear, read an official name, date of birth and address of Winehouse, described as "a divorced woman living in Camden Square NW1."

"She was a singer and composer at the time of his death and was identified by his family here at St Pancras this morning," said the official coroner Sharon Duff.

Duff said the forensic post-mortem was held on bland, and toxicologytests and histology, to determine the cause of death. He said: "The police investigated the scene and set a non-suspicious".

Great Britain, surveys are done every time someone dies violently or in unexplained circumstances.

Deputy Coroner Suzanne Greenaway said the investigation would resume Winehouse October 26.

The singer had battled drug and alcohol addiction for years, too often makes headlines in erratic behavior, destructive relationships, and performance without success.

Actor Russell Brand, a former drug addict, wrote a tribute in which he has long urged the media and change the perception of dependency - ". It is not a crime, or a romantic whim, but a disease that kills"

"Amy and I share an affliction, the disease of addiction," he writes. "Substance abuse is a serious disease that will end up with prison, mental institutions or death."

Last month, Amy Winehouse has canceled its European tour back after she stumbled and drag their way through songs barely recognizable in his first exhibition in the Serbian capital, Belgrade. Booed and hissed off the stage, she flew home and its management, said it would take time to recover.

Amy Winehouse
His last public appearance took place three days before his death when she runs her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield singer on stage at The Roundhouse in Camden, near his home.

Amy Winehouse released just two albums during his lifetime - the 2003 "Frank" and topped the charts "Back to Black" in 2006. Both shot in the charts of music fans have purchased his memory.

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Gennaro Castaldo music chain HMV, said: "Back to Black" was the bestselling album in the store.

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