Annie Lennox: The Biography

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Omnibus Press, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 418 pages
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This is the definitive biography of the Scottish singer who graduated from The Tourists to the Eurythmics and went on to international stardom as a solo artist.From 'Love Is A Stranger' through 'Diva' to the reformed Eurythmics 1999 album 'Peace', this is the revealing story of an extraordinary female singer.This book features more than 40 interviews, some with childhood and family friends. It also details her periods of depression, motherhood and her failed marriages.Includes black/white photos.

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About the author (2002)

Bryony Sutherland and Lucy Ellis form two halves of the freelance music journalism partnership 'Atomic'. Their qualifications includes degrees in Commercial Music from the Royal Academy of Music and History from the London School of Economics. They have also co-written "Tom Jones: Close Up"' and "Complete Guide to the Music of George Michael and Wham!". They both live and work in London.

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