The UK Press Association reports that singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London home on Saturday. She was only 27 years old.
Winehouse had a history of drug and alcohol abuse and had recently left a rehabilitation center in preparation for a European tour. She cut a Belgrade, Serbia concert short last month after staggering on stage and fumbling through songs.
The British singer had a breakout year in 2008 when she won Grammy awards including Song of the Year for "Rehab". Her career then took a troubled turn after a rocky divorce with Blake Fielder-Civil marked with arrests.
The London Telegraph reported in 2009 that her parents said she "was on the road to recovery."
Police have yet to determine if cause of death was a suicide.
The singer with an old school Motown soulful voice will surely be missed.