Florence Lacey, most recently on Broadway in the revival of Follies, was the final actress to play the title role in the original Broadway production and also has the distinction of portraying Eva more than any other actress in productions worldwide.
"Grease" star Olivia Newton-John has performed the song in concert throughout her career; here she is singing the tune on "Midnight Special" in 1980.
Another vintage and stellar LuPone rendition from Starfest 1983.
Here is concert star (and former Mrs. Andrew Lloyd Webber) Sarah Brightman offering her version of the melodic ballad.
Paige delivers another powerful performance at Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration.
Julie Covington was the first to record "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" on the musical's concept album in 1976. Here is her audio recording.
The late disco queen Donna Summer even covered the show tune (her rendition begins at the 1:10 mark).
And, who could forget Festival's disco version of "Argentina"?
Tony winner Lea Salonga lends her beautiful tones to the Lloyd Webber-Rice song in a live concert.
Grammy winner Madonna got to offer her rendition in the film version of Evita.
The late, great pop singer Karen Carpenter also recorded the musical's anthem.
Even folksinger Joan Baez covered the song in a 1983 concert in Paris.
An even unlikelier cover: Sinead O'Connor.
And, here is Broadway's newest Evita, Argentine actress Elena Roger.