|Genres:||Dance Holiday & Seasonal Jazz Pop / Rock R&B / Soul Vocals|
|Tags:||female vocalists pop 80s singer-songwriter rock british|
|Decades:||1980s 1990s 2000s|
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Ann Lennox, 25 December 1954, Aberdeen, Scotland. Following the amicable dissolution of the Eurythmics in 1991, the component parts of that band have gone on to widely varying degrees of success. Both of Lennoxs first two solo albums would reach number 1 in the UK charts, the second of which doing so while fellow David A. Stewart was underachieving with Greetings From The Gutter, which failed to break the UK Top 75. In fairness to Stewart, this may have more to do with the publics perceptions of the artists than any measure of their individual talents; Lennox was always the visual focus of their records, while her vocal presence defined their musical charm. She had already enjoyed a US Top 10/UK Top 30 solo hit in 1988, duetting with soul legend Al Green on Put A Little Love In Your Heart, taken from the soundtrack of Scrooged.
In 1990, after winning her fourth Best British Female Artist award at the BRITS ceremony,...