Timeline of highlights from Amy Winehouse's career, along with low points such as drunken fights and stints in rehab:
— Oct. 20, 2003: Winehouse releases her debut album, "Frank."
— March 13, 2007: Winehouse releases her second album "Back to Black" in the United States.
— May 18, 2007: Winehouse marries Blake Fielder-Civil in Miami.
— Aug. 28, 2007: Winehouse's father-in-law tells a radio station that fans should stop buying her records to force her to seek help for a drug addiction.
— Oct. 18, 2007: Winehouse and Fielder-Civil are arrested in Norway for charges of drug possession.
— Dec. 18, 2007: Winehouse is arrested in London on suspicion of attempting to interfere with a court case involving her husband.
— Jan. 23, 2008: Scotland Yard investigates a video released by British tabloid, The Sun, that allegedly shows Winehouse smoking crack.
— Jan. 24, 2008: Winehouse's U.S. record label, Universal Music Group, announces the singer has entered rehab for drug addiction.
— Feb. 10, 2008: Winehouse wins five Grammy Awards for "Back to Black," including Best New Artist and Record of the Year. Due to visa application troubles, she performs by satellite from London during the awards show.
— June 16, 2008: Winehouse is hospitalized after fainting in her home.
— July 21, 2008: Fielder-Civil is sentenced to 27 months in jail for assault of a pub manager and obstructing justice.
— 2009: Winehouse creates her own record label, Lioness Records.
— July 24, 2009: Winehouse is acquitted of an assault charge that was based on allegations that she assaulted a fan by hitting her in the eye in September 2008 after the woman asked to take her picture.
— Dec. 23, 2009: London authorities announce Winehouse has been charged in connection with an assault at a British theater.
— Jan. 20, 2010: Winehouse pleads guilty to drunkenly assaulting a theater manager at a family Christmas show and receives a conditional discharge on condition she stay out of trouble for two years.
— April 27, 2010: Winehouse is treated for bruised ribs at a London clinic after falling in her north London home.
— Sept. 9, 2010: Quincy Jones says Winehouse is recording a song for his album.
— May 27, 2011: Winehouse checks into treatment program in London's Priory Clinic, which treats psychiatric problems as well as drug and alcohol addiction.
— June 2, 2011: Winehouse checks out of treatment program in London. Her spokesman says she will continue outpatient treatment at the Priory Clinic.
— June 18, 2011: Winehouse is jeered and booed while on stage in Serbia after stumbling and seeming to forget lyrics to her songs.
— June 21, 2011: Winehouse cancels the rest of her European summer concert tour and all public performances after the Serbia concert.
—July 20, 2011: Winehouse joins her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield, onstage at the iTunes Festival in London. Winehouse doesn't sing.