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Grammy-nominated album - featuring legendary songs such as I Put a Spell on You," "Georgia on My Mind," and "Mood Indigo" - inspires television special NEW YORK, March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
PALM DESERT, Calif., July 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Suzanne Oliver Band, established in 2005, is about to release their 1st album entitled "Military Dance." The album consists of all original material and includes the single "Military Dance." Lead singer Suzanne Oliver's strong vocals are a breath of fresh air in today's Auto-tuned world.
LONDON, June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, 28 June 2011, Annie Lennox receives an OBE for her outstanding contribution towards the AIDs effort in the developing world.
LOS ANGELES, Aug 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationally renowned recording artist, songwriter and musician Annie Lennox has signed with Universal Music Group (UMG), the world's leading music company, for a long-term worldwide recording agreement.
Scottish pop star Annie Lennox says she may not be able to perform a full concert again, following surgery to release a trapped nerve in her back. The Scotsman newspaper in Edinburgh said the 54-year-old Sweet Dreams singer recently completed six months of physiotherapy and is expected to return to the stage next month for a charity performance at the Cannes Film Festival to raise money for AIDS research. When I had the surgery, I didn't even know if I would be able to walk again properly.
British pop singer Annie Lennox is scheduled to release her first retrospective album next month, J. Records announced. The Annie Lennox Collection, featuring 14 songs, is to go on sale Feb. 17. It seems like the time has come to release the 'Collection,' Lennox said in statement.
**MOVED FROM FEBRUARY 10 RELEASE DATE** TWO NEW SONGS AND LIMITED DELUXE CD/DVD EDITION AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY WITH THIS COLLECTION LOS ANGELES, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Annie Lennox Collection paints a vivid portrait in song of the most successful female British artist in pop music history.
A growing number of celebrities say Israel should stop all military action in the Gaza Strip immediately. Scottish singer Annie Lennox and English comedian Alexei Sayle are among the high-profile entertainers speaking out against Israel's bombing of the troubled Middle East region, the BBC reported Friday. With the bombings being blamed for more than 400 deaths in the Gaza Strip, Lennox has called for peace negotiations to end the bloodshed. It's a question of human rights, human values that...
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