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Annie Lennox Has 'Potential' as Artist, per LA Radio Station

What sweet dreams are really made of: receiving a letter from a radio station informing you that you might just have what it takes to become a big star. Of course, when the recipient of such a letter is ex-Eurythmics singer and four-time Grammy winner Annie Lennox, that kind of...
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Annie Lennox may get a huge break... a shot at actually getting one of her songs played on the radio! This is hilarious. A chick named Kylie, who works for a radio station, sent Annie a letter which begins... "I came across your mus...


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