Royal Academy of Music
Performed in London for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert and the Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony
Recorded her first solo holiday album A Christmas Cornucopia
Released a compilation album of solo work, The Annie Lennox Collection
Collaborated with Stewart on two new songs for Eurythmics' compilation album Ultimate Collection
Recorded "Into the West" for Peter Jackson's epic "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," which won the Oscar for Best Original Song
Reunited with Stewart to record Eurythmics' first album in ten years, Peace
Spent 60 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart with album of covers titled Medusa
Released the critically acclaimed solo debut Diva, which featured "Why," "Walking on Broken Glass," and "Little Bird"
Eurythmics' Greatest Hits collection released during group's hiatus
Recorded the duet "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" with Aretha Franklin, included in album Be Yourself Tonight
Made her film debut with a small role in "1984," a feature adaptation of George Orwell's novel
Released the breakthrough album Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), featuring the hit title track
Reached the Top 10 in U.S. charts with the third Eurythmics album Touch and hit single "Here Comes the Rain Again"
Eurythmics released their debut album In the Garden
Left the Tourists and formed a synthpop duo with Stewart called Eurythmics
Joined Stewart's band Catch, which soon became the Tourists
Met Dave Stewart while working as a waitress in London
Formed the musical duo Stocking Tops with future opera singer Joy Dey in the early 1970s
Popular songs include "Why" and "No More I Love You's".
Known for such albums as "Diva" and "Medusa"
In 2010, Lennox was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her work fighting AIDS and poverty in Africa.