Amy Winehouse is to be immortalized with a bronze statue that will sit outside a famous north London venue for concerts and the arts, but the unveiling of this art piece has been delayed. According to E Online on September 9, the sculpture by Scott Eaton wasn't up to par for Amy's father, Mitch Winehouse, who had no problem expressing that he wasn’t happy with the finished product and wanted some changes.
The sculpture is due to be installed outside the Roundhouse, a performing arts and concert venue. Mitch Winehouse doesn’t like the way the statue depicts Amy so he wants some changes made before it’s debuted to the public. Just what he doesn't like or what he wants changed has not been divulged.
Amy’s former boyfriend, Reg Traviss, said that the senior Winehouse just wants it to be perfect for her fans. He also said that it is a sculpture and it’s never going to look exactly like Amy.
The new unveiling date has not been set as of yet. The late Amy Winehouse rocked the pop rock world with her “Back to Black” album in 2006. This is probably the album that she's best known for. She had many hits during her years as a singer. Amy, whose one of a kind voice was mesmerizing to listen to, left this world too early. She was just age 27, when she died on July 23, 2011.