Their instrumental and production wizardry and soaring vocals radically changed the world’s perception of what a pop group looked and sounded like. Eurythmics collaborators Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart profoundly impacted 1980s pop-rock – and subsequent iterations of music into the present day. Through their lyrics and imagery, they presaged a rising gender-bending consciousness in the mainstream, with songs, videos, and live performances featuring the androgynous Lennox singing from a perspective of unabashed strength. Musically, the magnificent-voiced Lennox and experimentalist producer/multi-instrumentalist Stewart employed unheralded influences like never before, including the mechanistic funk of Krautrock, the grit of gospel, and the trippiness of psychedelia. More on rockhall.com...
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