Annie Lennox touring ... would I lie to you?
Annie Lennox is heading out on tour in support of her new CD, "Songs of Mass Destruction."
The new CD is set for release Oct. 1. It's her first CD since "Bare" in 2003. The tour, only her third since going solo in 1992, will play to smaller venues. She last hit the the road in 2004 for the "Sacred Love Tour" with Sting.
Of course 80s fans know Lennox best for her years with Dave Stewart and The Eurythmics. Though the band never formally broke up, they haven't recorded a new studio album since 1999. Stewart and Lennox still occasionally appear together and perform as The Eurythmics, most recently in 2005 to promote a greatest hits collection, "Ultimate Collection," which had two new songs.
Top 5 Eurythmics tunes from the 80s:
5. Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty-Four): "How I wish I'd been unborn."
4. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This): "Everybody's looking for something."
3. Missionary Man: "I was borne from original sin."
2. Would I Lie to You?: "You're the biggest fake. That much is true."
1. Here Comes the Rain Again: "I want to talk like lovers do"
[Photo from Eurythmics.com]