Los Angeles, Jul 23 (IANS): The track sales of late singer Amy Winehouse, who died on this date a year ago, have gone up to 1.7 million in her native Britain.
"Many of us will remember where we were when we heard the terrible news about Amy a year ago. And the fact that music fans have, since then, bought her music in such large numbers demonstrates just how highly she was regarded by the great British public," contactmusic.com quoted Martin Talbot, managing director, Official Charts Company, as saying.
The singer was found dead at her home in London after suffering alcohol poisoning. She was 27.
The singer's chart number "Back to black" had hit the top spot a week after she died.