Eurythmics perform together for first time in 5 years

Eurythmics perform together for first time in 5 years

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Eurythmics perform together for first time in 5 years

Classic synth pop group Eurythmics performed together for the first time in 5 years on December 9th, as part of Sting's benefit concert at New York's Beacon Theatre. Prior to this, the band had performed Beatles tribute in 2014, but did not perform any original material.
 They performed  ‘Would I Lie to You’, ‘Here Comes the Rain Again’, and ‘Sweet Dreams’. They later returned to the stage to join in in a rendition of Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin''.
 Check out video footage of the performances below:



Classic synth pop group Eurythmics performed together for the first time in 5 years on December 9th, as part of Sting's benefit concert at New York's Beacon Theatre. Prior to this, the band had performed Beatles tribute in 2014, but did not perform any original material.
 They performed  ‘Would I Lie to You’, ‘Here Comes the Rain Again’, and ‘Sweet Dreams’. They later returned to the stage to join in in a rendition of Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin''.
 Check out video footage of the performances below:



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