When Lou Reed isn't busy with his made-in-heaven Metallica collaboration, he's off paying tribute to Amy Winehouse. The singer, who has written some of the greatest odes to heroin known to man, has been paying homage to Winehouse since her death during his current European tour. During a recent performance of the song "Ecstacy" in Rome, he said, “I’d like to dedicate this show to the great singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse. We all loved her,” before singing a bit of Winehouse's hit "Rehab" in a mantra-like style. Below, watch that clip (skip to 2:05 in the first video), plus Winehouse-dedicated takes on "Sunday Morning" and "Femme Fatale:"

Reed isn't the only musician paying tribute to Winehouse—M.I.A. released the track “27”, Big Boi remixed Winehouses song “Tears Dry On Their Own,” and Adele, Mark Ronson and Russel Brand have all written their own tributes to the late singer. In addition, Coldplay has been performing a funereal version of "Rehab" at live shows before their snoozehit "Fix You" lately. Watch that below: