Amy Winehouse's family and friends gathered outside her London home last night (July 23) on the one-year anniversary of her death.
It's hard to believe that it's already been a whole year since the soul singer passed away, but everyone remained in good spirits as they paid tribute to the star who had such an impact on so many people's lives.
Her father Mitch was joined by her mum Janis, goddaughter Dionne Bromfield and close friend Tyler James.
The family were visible moved when fans crowded outside the Camden home sang Back To Black in tribute to the singer, who died last year at just 27.
After visiting the Camden where Amy was found dead a year ago, her family then headed to her 'favourite jazz bar' Jazz After Dark in Soho.
He said: ''There are going to be lots of tears and lots of laughter, and that is exactly how Amy would have wanted it.''
Yesterday (July 23) we went down to Amy's house in Camden, the area her quirky style was often associated with, and we managed to speak to a variety of fans who were quick to describe the 'Back To Black' singer as an 'inspiration' and an 'idol', and said that the legacy will continue forever.
One fan told us: “Her music will remain with us, always”. Another added: “For someone who has only released two albums, she'll always be around. Back To Black will be around for years.”
And it was clear just how much of an effect the late singer had on many individuals, as some wore t-shirts with Amy pictured on them, as well as copying the star's individual style.
When asked for some favourite songs, 'Back To Black' and 'Rehab' were obviously favourites and these, along with the rest of her tracks, will no doubt live on for years to come.
Amy Winehouse Tribute