In February Annie won her third BRIT Award for Best Female Artist
By September, the album 'We Too Are One' became the duo's second number one. It was a huge success staying in the album charts well into 1990
In June, Annie and Dave performed at Nelson Mandela's 70th Birthday Tribute. Their performance at Wembley was one of the highlights, the acoustic version of 'You Placed A Chill In My Heart' was sensational.
In December, Annie Lennox records 'Put A Little Love In Your Heart' with Al Green, a soulful version of a Jackie DeShannon song. It goes top 30 in the
In February Annie Lennox won her second BRIT Award for Best British Female
As Eurythmics Annie scooped a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo for ?Missionary Man? and an Ivor Novello Award, BEST CONTEMPORARY SONG 'It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)' which was written by ANNIE LENNOX / DAVID A STEWART
The Album 'Revenge' went to number three in the
In May, the album 'Be Yourself Tonight' went top ten in the
By July, Annie experienced throat problems after doing a massive tour, which meant she couldn't perform at the Live Aid charity concert. The same month 'There Must Be An Angel (Playing WIth My Heart)' topped the
Annie's duet with Aretha Franklin 'Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves' went top ten in the
Annie also made her acting debut in 'Revolution' with Al Pacino and Donald Sutherland.
In January a 175 date tour began, followed by Album 'Touch', in February. This topped the
Come September, the duo won an MTV Award in the
'Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty Four)' reached number four in the charts in November. It was music from the movie 1984 starring John Hurt.
'Sweet Dreams' reached number two in the
'Love Is A Stranger' went to number six in the
Annie and Dave win an Ivor Novello Award for Songwriters of the Year
Eurythmics were signed to RCA. They had their first chart debut and their first tour.
In October The Tourists disband. By December Eurythmics were formed.