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  • Mariya Wolff

    Annie Lennox from the band Eurythmics is known for her humanistic activism as well as her beautiful voice and commercial success. She is considered a gay icon and widely known for popularizing an androgynous style.

  • Bernadette Jacobs

    Annie Lennox - (93/100) Born December 25th, 1954 Key Tracks "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)," "Here Comes the Rain Again" (Eurythmics), "Why" (solo) Influenced Beth Gibbons, Sinéad O'Connor, Duffy Read more: Follow us: @Rolling Stone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook

  • Vivienne Luke

    Annie Lennox. The Voice!

  • Jessica Merrill

    Annie Lennox, Eurhythmics days. One of my favorite female singers of all time.

  • Melissa Parker

    Unlikely Style Icon: Annie Lennox’s “Sweet Dreams” Look - The Frisky#more-2474262#more-2474262#more-2474262

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