90’s

1999

The Eurythmics received a BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music in February. They celebrated their win by duetting with Stevie Wonder. It was their first BRIT as a duo, despite 11 individual wins.

In October the Eurythmics released their new album ‘Peace’ and embarked on the ‘Peacetour’ stretching over 3 continents. All of the proceeds went to Amnesty International and Greenpeace

To celebrate the arrival of the new century, the Eurythmics performed at the Millennium Concert at the Royal Observatory, along with Bryan Ferry and Mick Hucknall.

1998

Eurythmics performed for the first time together in ten years at the Cobden Club London

1996

Annie won a BRIT Award for Best Female Solo Artist in the year that Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker jumped on stage during Michael Jackson’s performance.

She also won a Capital London Radio Award for Best Female Vocalist.

1995

Annie’s second solo album Medusa was released and reached number one.

There were also awards aplenty…

A Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for ‘No More “I Love You’s”, plus a World Music Award for Best Selling British Female Recording Artist.

1993

Another year, another BRIT Award. This time it’s two, one for Best British Female  and another for Best British Album for her solo album ‘Diva’

1992

Annie Lennox’s first solo album, ‘Diva’, was released and reached number one.

She won an Ivor Novello for ‘Why’, Best Song Musically and Lyrically

Another award, this time a Grammy for Best Music Video Long Form  for ‘Diva’. And finally, an MTV Video Music Award Best Female Video for ?Why?

1991

‘Greatest Hits’ was the duo’s third number one album

1990

Another year, another BRIT Award for Annie as Best British Female Artist