Knowledge Identifier: +Annie_Lennox
Between 1977 and 1980, she was the lead singer of The Tourists , a moderately successful British pop band and her first collaboration with Dave Stewart
Eurythmics released a long line of singles in the 1980s, including "Sweet Dreams ", "Love Is A Stranger", "Here Comes the Rain Again", "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves", "Who's That Girl-", "Would I Lie to You-", "There Must Be an Angel ", "Missionary Man", "You Have Placed a Chill in My Heart", "Thorn in My Side", "The Miracle of Love" and "Don't Ask Me Why"
Aretha Franklin - In 1984, Franklin added modern day pop rock and dance elements to her sound, which was integral to the success of her 1985 album, "Who's Zoomin' Who-", which spawned the hits "Freeway of Love", "Who's Zoomin' Who" and the Eurythmics members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart featured "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves"
The 1987 Eurythmics album "Savage" and her 1992 solo album "Diva" were both accompanied by video albums, both directed by Sophie Muller
Lennox and Stewart reconvened Eurythmics in the late 1990s with the album "Peace", their first album of new material in ten years
Simon Fuller - He has managed the career of Annie Lennox since the release of her multi platinum, award winning album "Diva" in 1991
A limited 3-disc edition of the album included a DVD compilation featuring most of Lennox's solo videos since 1992, and featured a second CD of rarer songs including a version of R.E.M.'s "Everybody Hurts" with Alicia Keys and Lennox's Oscar winning "Into the West" from the third "Lord of the Rings" film
Joni Mitchell - In addition, Annie Lennox has covered "Ladies Of The Canyon" for the B-side of her 1995 hit "No More I Love You's"
In 1998, following the death of a mutual friend , she re-united with Dave Stewart
Four of the awards were given during her time with Eurythmics, and another was given to the duo for Outstanding Contribution to Music in 1999
Sting (musician) - He embarked on a "Sacred Love" tour in 2004 with performances by Annie Lennox
Yvette Fielding - In 2005, Fielding appeared as Annie Lennox in a celebrity special of ITV's "Stars in Their Eyes", and appeared as a guest panellist on Channel 5 show "The Wright Stuff"
DJ Sammy - In 2005, his next album was "The Rise", with charting singles such as "Rise Again" which was featured on the 2004 movie soundtrack, "It's All Gone Pete Tong", and a cover of Annie Lennox's "Why"
In 2006, in response to her humanitarian work, Lennox became patron of the Master's Course in "Humanitarian and Development Practice" for Oxford Brookes University
James Brown - Before his death, Brown was scheduled to perform a duet with singer Annie Lennox on the song "Vengeance" for her new album "Venus", which was released in 2007
Lennox met Besser, who has two teenage sons, in 2009 after becoming involved in his charity mothers2mothers which helps children and single mothers with AIDS
She received the award from Queen Elizabeth II on 28 June 2011
In 2012, Lennox was listed at number 22 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women in Music
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - Nina Simone, Alan Price, The Animals, the Them with Van Morrison, Arthur Brown, Bryan Ferry, Buddy Guy with Carlos Santana, Leon Russell, Joe Cocker, Nick Cave in a concert only version, Marilyn Manson, Mica Paris with David Gilmore, Jeff Beck and Joss Stone, and Annie Lennox in 2014 for her Grammy nominated album "Nostalgia"
Nostalgia (Annie Lennox album) - "'Nostalgia"' is the sixth studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Annie Lennox, released on 30 September 2014 by Island Records
On 28 January 2015, Lennox performed a live concert at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles entitled "An Evening of Nostalgia with Annie Lennox"
In 2017, Lennox was appointed Glasgow Caledonian University's first female Chancellor, taking over the role from Nobel Peace Prize laureate Muhammad Yunus