Left the Tourists; formed synthpop duo with Stewart called Eurythmics
Eurythmics released debut album <i>In the Garden</i>
Duo released breakthrough album <i>Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)</i>; featured hit title track
Reached Top 10 in U.S. charts with third Eurythmics album <i>Touch</i> and hit single "Here Comes the Rain Again"
Made film debut with small role in "1984," a feature adaptation of George Orwell's novel
Recorded duet "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" with Aretha Franklin; included in album <i>Be Yourself Tonight</i>
Eurythmics' <i>Greatest Hits</i> collection released during group's hiatus
Released critically acclaimed solo debut <i>Diva</i>; featured "Why," "Walking on Broken Glass," and "Little Bird"
Spent 60 weeks on the <i>Billboard</i> 200 chart with album of covers titled <i>Medusa</i>
Reunited with Stewart to record Eurythmics' first album in ten years, <i>Peace</i>
Recorded "Into the West" for Peter Jackson's epic "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King"; won Oscar for Best Original Song
Collaborated with Stewart on two new songs for Eurythmics' compilation album <i>Ultimate Collection</i>
Released compilation album of solo work, <i>The Annie Lennox Collection</i>
Recorded first solo holiday album <i>A Christmas Cornucopia</i>
Performed in London for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert and the Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony