Annie lennox - interview 90

The truth is, though, she's not an ordinary person. She's a world-famous multimillionaire and people, especially her fans, take notice of her. What's more, she doesn't just ask questions, she also makes plenty of assertions. I push her a little further. "At the end of the day, everything is extremely complex. I guess I'm an idealist… I don't have clear-cut positions. I get baffled by things. I have viewpoints. Sometimes they change."

Lennox and Stewart's second collaboration, the 1980s synthpop duo Eurythmics , resulted in her most notable fame, as the duo's alto , soul-tinged lead singer. Early in Eurythmics' career, Lennox was known for her androgyny , [12] [13] wearing suits and once impersonating Elvis Presley . Eurythmics released a long line of singles in the 1980s, including " Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) " (a US number one and UK number two), " There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart) " (UK number one), " Love Is A Stranger ", " Here Comes the Rain Again ", " Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves ", " Who's That Girl? ", " Would I Lie to You? ", " Missionary Man ", " You Have Placed a Chill in My Heart ", " Thorn in My Side ", " The Miracle of Love " and " Don't Ask Me Why ". Although the Eurythmics never officially disbanded, Lennox made a fairly clear break from Stewart in 1990. Thereafter, she began her solo career. [14]

Diamond by Julien Macdonald is set to be a younger sister line to the exisiting Star by Julien Macdonald collection.

But you mentioned also, Annie, that you obviously were not born in this country. You weren’t raised here. Scotland is your home and you’ve interpreted so many songs in the American Songbook that were put out at a – how might I put this as charitably as I can – put out at a time when America was experiencing its dark side, its night side in so many ways, certainly for people of color.

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