Canadian singer Fiona puts an R&B twist on Winehouse's solemn Back To Black track. Girl can sang.
Bruno Mars, "Valerie"
One month after her passing, the 2011 MTV VMAs staged a tribute to the late singer. Bruno Mars belted out this cover of the Zutons' "Valerie," which, while not an Amy original, became one of her signature songs.
Alex Serra, "Me & Mr. Jones"
YouTube ukelele artist Alex Serra somehow makes the word "f**kery" sweet and playful in his beach-side interpretation of Winehouse's Back To Black hit.
Coldplay, "Rehab/Fix You"
British superstars Coldplay blended their X&Y track "Fix You" with Winehouse's hit single "Rehab" at 2011's Lollapalooza, just weeks after Winehouse's death. The lyric "lights will guide you home" take on new meaning here.
Andy Allo & Prince, "Love Is A Losing Game"
Jazz musician Andy Allo teamed up with Prince (yes, that Prince) to pay their respects to Winehouse on a minimalist cover of Back To Black single "Love Is A Losing Game." It's even more unadorned than the original, and quite a lovely hat tip.
Rachel Rodriguez, "Stronger Than Me"
Rodriguez's bold cover of Winehouse popular Frank track "Stronger Than Me" has earned her more than 30,000 views. Clock in a few more below.
Drew Tabor, "Back To Black"
Tabor covers the title track of Winehouse's second studio album using just an acoustic guitar and her stellar pipes. The singer-songwriter vibe works better than you'd think.
JoJo, "You Know I'm No Good"
There aren't many people who could own Winehouse's playful mischief on this Back To Black track, but R&B singer JoJo holds her own on this acoustic cover.
Gabe Bondoc, "Tears Dry On Their Own"
YouTube star Bondoc's acoustic swag gives one of Winehouse's most upbeat tracks a bit of a sensitive side without losing the fun. Props to the Motown breakdown at the end.
Pia Toscano, "Rehab"
Ex-"American Idol" contestant Toscano does Winehouse's most popular single "Rehab" justice. Plus, we're suckers for a killer bedroom karaoke session.