Annie Lennox has released a record of holiday songs showcasing her signature sound, Lennox’s A Christmas Cornucopia.
She performed on the results show of Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday.
The Eurythmics front woman adds a dose of activism into some of her music on the holiday album.
She recorded a haunting rendition of “The Coventry Carol (Lullay, Lullay),” that she likens to the plight of Africa’s child soldiers. Christmas Cornucopia also features the African Children’s Choir, with whom she has forged a long-standing relationship.
Annie’s voice is one of the most recognizable in the history of music. Her songs offer fresh interpretations of classic carols, such as “Oh Little Town of Bethlehem,” “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” and the captivating “In the Bleak Mid Winter.”
Annie is most famous for memorable performances in “Sweet Dreams,” “I Need a Man,” and “Walking on Broken Glass.”
Watch her “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” video.