Editors' Notes Annie Lennox is the rare artist whose solo career nearly outshines that of the band in which she first rose to prominence. Dissolving the Eurythmics in 1990, Lennox released her solo debut in 1992 to both critical and commercial acclaim. In addition to countless No. 1 hits, she's won eight Brit Awards and four GRAMMY®s. Lennox is famous for her powerhouse pipes, which lend her synth-heavy compositions distinctive gravitas. From upbeat pop to introspective ballads, her oeuvre varies, but her singular voice is as unmistakable today as it was 30 years ago.