But for Janis Winehouse, the songs are like a greeting from the daughter she lost in 2011.
"Hearing her songs played, I always say 'Hello, Amy,' says Janis, 60, "That's what's lovely. She's here all the time."
And in September 2014, the singer's older brother Alex celebrated the birth of a baby boy with his wife Riva.
Janis and her ex-husband – Amy's dad Mitch have now dedicated themselves to helping prevent drug abuse through the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
"The condition of addiction is not an easy thing," says Janis.
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Last year saw the release of Amy, a documentary about the star's life. However, Janis says she will never be able to watch the film.
"It's like watching her over and over again, that's the worst," she says, before adding: "The main thing is it's a tribute to her."
Janis' memoir Loving Amy: A Mother's Story is out in hardback on Jan. 12.