Thursday, October 25 2007
Annie Lennox speaks to PopMatters about how to navigate through life's "juggernauts" and the fine art of living.
Sunday, January 18 2015
Grammy nominations in jazz are rarely adventurous and usually confusing. Yet this year's slate is intriguing.
Thursday, November 6 2014
Listening to her latest album and hearing the delightfully brassy version of Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo”, it's hard not to wish she'd done an entire recording of gritty blues covers.
Sunday, December 12 2010
‘Tis the season: an overwrought, though sometimes beautiful, holiday offering from Lennox.
Thursday, March 19 2009
The Annie Lennox Collection is not merely a collection of singles, but an outstanding introduction to this artist's exceptional oeuvre.
Wednesday, October 3 2007
Lennox has always belonged to a rarified class of artist wherein the sheer volume of her talent is usually enough to overcome any flaw or area that might be lacking in her work.
Tuesday, August 12 2003
Sunday, November 14 2010
From Bob Dylan to Sufjan Stevens, it seems as though everyone's taking a crack at Christmas these days. Now Annie Lennox is getting in on
Monday, October 15 2007
Forget about sweet dreams. Annie Lennox is singing about dark and ominous things on her new CD, "Songs of Mass Destruction." With that magnificently powerful