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Music Icon Annie Lennox Belts Songs Of Christmas Love

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Music Icon Annie Lennox Belts Songs Of Christmas Love

Music Icon Annie Lennox Belts Songs Of Christmas Love

Music Icon Annie Lennox Belts Songs Of Christmas Love

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Annie Lennox.

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She has won every music accolade there is, even an Academy Award. A native from Scotland, Annie Lennox first gained international recognition as part of the hit duo the Eurythmics with the hit song "Sweet Dreams Are Made of This." But almost twenty years later, she remains one of the most successful female performers of all time. And now the legendary Annie Lennox is out with her first ever holiday album that has the critics raving—Christmas Cornucopia. Host Michel Martin speaks with Lennox about her music, her humanitarian work and her drive in life.

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