Lennox Shows Africa Footage On Tour

ANNIE LENNOX is sharing some of her most harrowing moments with fans on her current tour - by showing films of her humanitarian trips to Africa. The singer/songwriter is using the footage as a backdrop every time she performs new AIDS anthem Sing live. She penned the song, which features collaborations with Madonna, Pink and Celine Dion, to raise awareness about women and children living with HIV/AIDS in Africa.


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