Annie Lennox talks to PBS on her success in music and dedication to activism

Annie Lennox talks to PBS on her success in music and dedication to activism

Her nearly five-decade career has taken Annie Lennox far from her working-class roots in Aberdeen, Scotland. Yet through intense years of recording and touring success, and more recently, dedicating herself to humanitarian causes, she insists she has always remained the same Annie.

Amna Nawaz sat down with Lennox for PBS arts and culture series, CANVAS.

In the interview Annie talks about the early days of her career, and being introduced to the music of Joni Mitchel, as well as the induction into Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and her activism.

Annie Lennox Talks to PBS Newshour

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