Awards Amy Winehouse an Early Winner at Grammys The British singer wins best pop vocal album and female pop vocal performance By Aaron Parsley Aaron Parsley Aaron Parsley has been a part of PEOPLE's digital team for more than 15 years. Based in Austin, he now covers crime and political news, including national and local elected officials, candidates, policymakers, activists, campaigns, elections, scandals, speeches, and other political events. He has a M.A. in Journalism from New York University and studied Spanish Literature at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Aaron is a runner and loves reading history and dystopian fiction. He is also a huge Miranda Lambert fan. People Editorial Guidelines and Brian Orloff Published on February 10, 2008 06:40 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: BAUER-GRIFFIN She’s not in L.A. to accept her awards in person, but Amy Winehouse was an early winner at Sunday night’s 50th annual Grammy Awards. The pop singer – whose visa issues kept her in London, where she’ll perform via satellite – won best pop vocal album and best female pop vocal performance in awards handed out before the show (which airs at 8 p.m. ET on CBS). Click here for a list of the latest winners. Mark Ronson, who produced Winehouse’s breakthrough album Back to Black, won producer of the year and called the 24-year-old singer “an amazing inspiration and has so much to do with the fact that I’m standing up here accepting this award.” Other early winners: The White Stripes, who scored two, Bruce Springsteen (with three), Justin Timberlake and Maroon 5. Keep checking back to PEOPLE.com for all the latest updates!