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Annie Lennox has never been afraid to express herself in any way she sees fit. She has played around with a number of styles, musically and image-wise, with confidence and class. She was born in Scotland, and attended the Royal Academy of Music in London to study the flute. While living in London, Annie met guitarist Dave Stewart and joined a band named The Tourists who gained marginal success in the U.K. in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Annie and Stewart soon left the band to form the Eurythmics. During the early '80s, the smooth synth pop sound of Eurythmics became one of the most popular sounds of new wave, racking up a number of hits in both the U.S. and U.K., including 'Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),' 'Love Is a Stranger,' 'Who's That Girl,' and 'Here Comes the Rain Again.'
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In 1991 the group split and Annie decided to take a shot at a solo career. Before she went solo however, she was awarded with 4 Brit Awards for Best British Female Artist in 1984, 1986, 1989, and 1990. In May of 1992 her first solo LP was debuted, Diva, and included the hit singles "Walking On Broken Glass" and "Why". The release of this LP established Annie as a successful solo artist. The video for "Why" won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video. In February of 1993, Annie won a Grammy Award for Best Music Video, Long Form (Diva) and was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (Diva). She also won 2 Brit Awards for Best British Album and Best British Female Artist. In the same year, the video for "Walking on Broken Glass" was nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video. Annie Lennox delivered her second solo album, a covers collection entitled Medusa, in 1995. Peaking at number 11, Medusa spawned the hit single "No More I Love You's," and went platinum by the end of 1995.