EURYTHMICS / ANNIE LENNOX LIVE PERFORMANCES & INTERVIEWS VOLUME II
1. The Greenwich Millennium Party from The National Maritime Museum 06/08/02: Here Comes The Rain Again, Life On Mars (cover of the David Bowie Song from 1971) & Sweet Dreams
2. Primtime Thursday 06/19/03: In-depth Interview with Annie Lennox
3. Good Morning America 10/20/03: Opening, visual of Annie in studio. Interview with Annie and the following songs live: Wonderful (second single from Bare LP) and Annie solo playing Piano to Here Comes The Rain Again.
4. Live With Regis & Kelly 10/21/03: Opening, teaser and Annie sings A Thousand Beautiful Things and interview with Annie and Annie solo playing Piano to Here Comes The Rain Again.
5. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 10/27/03: Annie sings “Wonderful” (LIVE)
6. MTV 46664.com The Concert In association with MTV 11/29/03: Annie and Dave perform Sweet Dreams and then Youssou N’Dour enters the stage to sing his hit 7 Seconds as duet with Annie and the Eurythmics (classic) and profile of the aids cause including interview with Dave Stewart.
7. The 76th Annual Academy Awards 02/28/04: Annie performs Into The West and receives award for “Best Original Song from a Film” and Annie makes the acceptance speech. Closing segment of all winnners including Annie.
8. E After Show Grammy Wrap up Show 02/04: Exclusive Live interview with Annie as she reacts to winning the Oscar for the first time.
9. The Ellen Degenerous Show 02/04: Annie performs the song Into The West from Lord Of The Rings
10. Tsunami Aid Special 01/2005: Annie performs
11. LIVE 8 07/02/05: Brad Pitt introduces Annie Lennox performing Why? Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (VH1 Classic’s coverage) Live, Finale Hey Jude (including Georege Michael, Annie Lennox,).
12. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11/21/05: I’ve Got A Life LIVE
13. The American Music Awards 11/22/05: Hits Medley I’ve Got A Life /Missionary Man/Sweet Dreams LIVE
14. The UK Music Hall Of Fame 11/26/05: Bob Geldof introduces historical profile of Eurythmics and then inducts The Eurythmics into the UK Rock ‘N Roll Hall Of Fame. Acceptance speech from both Dave and Annie and then Eurythmics perform a hits medley of I’ve Got A Life, Missionary Man and Sweet Dreams
TOTAL RUNNING TIME 2 HOURS
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