Amy Jade Winehouse (14 September 1983 – 23 July 2011) was a English jazz, soul and R&B singer and songwriter. She debuted with the well-received album Frank in 2003. She married Blake Fielder-Civil in 2007. They had legal troubles that resulted in criminal convictions for both of them. He was sent to prison. They divorced in 2009. She died of accidental alcohol poisoning in 2011 after years of drug and alcohol addiction. This made her a member of the 27 Club, a group of popular musicians who have died at that age, often due to drug or alcohol abuse. Winehouse won five Grammy Awards for her 2006 album Back to Black. This made her the first British female to win five Grammys. In 2011 Lioness: Hidden Treasures, a collection of Winehouse's unreleased songs was released. It reached No.1 in the UK Albums Chart. Winehouse had many uncles who were jazz musicians, and she was interested in jazz from a young age. She named her first album after Frank Sinatra. Winehouse was born to Jewish parents in London. She went to Sylvia Young Theatre School and the BRIT School. After Winehouse's death her dad published a book about her life called Amy: My Daughter. All of the money made from the book was given to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.