Eurythmics facts for kids
Annie Lennox, a member of Eurythmics
|Genres||New Wave, Synthpop, Rock, Pop|
|Years active||1980 - 1990
1999 - 2005
|Associated acts||The Tourists|
David A. Stewart
Eurythmics were a pop music band from England. Its 2 members were Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart. Their most famous song is "Sweet Dreams". Some of their other songs are "Here Comes The Rain Again", "Love Is a Stranger" and "Missionary Man".
The Eurythmics formed in London in 1980 and broke up in 1990. They recorded eight albums during that time. Eurythmics got back together in 1999 and made a ninth album. Then they released a greatest hits album and split again in 2005.
These are the albums made by Eurythmics.
- In the Garden (1981)
- Sweet Dreams Are Made of This (1983)
- Touch (1983)
- For the Love of Big Brother (1984)
- Be Yourself Tonight (1985)
- Revenge (1986)
- Savage (1987)
- We Too Are One (1989)
- Peace (1999)
Images for kids
Dave Stewart at Rock am Ring in Germany, 1987.
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