The Eurythmics are set to reunite for the first time since 2005 for a special performance commemorating The Beatles.
The Eurythmics will reunite to honour the Beatles for a special TV performance.
It will commemorate the Fab Four's legendary US debut on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' 50 years ago, the Recording Academy announced today (07.01.14).
The Eurythmics released their debut album in 1981 and scored a hit with 'Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)', before the pair launched successful solo careers.
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