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January 27, 2020

Sting will bring his My Songs Tour to the legendary London Palladium, performing on 17, 18 and 19 September! Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 31 January, but Sting.com members have early access to preferred tickets beginning tomorrow, Tuesday 28 January at 10:00 GMT. If you are not yet a member, sign up now! Experience Sting live in concert in an intimate setting, as he performs his most beloved songs spanning his prolific career with The Police and as a solo artist. Special Guests will be Cruel Hearts Club...

January 27, 2020

“Look at us: Are we not beautiful?” sing the cast of proud British shipyard workers and their community of Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne in the Northeast of England. Yes, union brothers and sisters, you are beautiful indeed. Your passion, your working-class solidarity, your expertise at what you do, your bold resistance, your integrity, your love of life, your soaring voices and harmonies, your lyrical poetry. Not to mention the gorgeous stage set and projections, and that fresh-sounding, uplifting music...

January 24, 2020

iHeartRadio is pleased to present Sting for a special performance on January 28 in Los Angeles. Sting will be joined by cast members from his stage production, The Last Ship, currently staged at the Ahmanson Theatre in LA. We are excited to offer Sting.com fan club members access to this exclusive performance. If you live in or will be in the Los Angeles metro area on January 28, submit your RSVP now.

January 23, 2020

There was always a problem with Sting’s Broadway musical, “The Last Ship.” Even though the music was par excellence, the songs beyond deliciously hummable, the story was always muddled. I’m thrilled to report that has changed, very much for the better. “The Last Ship” has been rebuilt and is eminently seaworthy. Last night’s premiere in Los Angeles at the Ahmanson Theater was a triumph on so many levels but the biggest was that we finally feel like the people of Wallsend, Newcastle, UK who build ships are getting their due.

January 23, 2020

Sting would be glad to live in a world ruled by women. He says there are few trials women aren’t strong enough to endure, and few troubles they can’t summon the will to fix. That’s why when faced with retooling his first Broadway musical, “The Last Ship,” Sting chose to make women the backbone of the new book. “My avatar is now a girl who wants to be a musician and escape,” the singer says while sitting in his dressing room backstage at the Ahmanson Theatre...

January 22, 2020

The Cherrytree Music Company and Live Nation have confirmed that Sting: My Songs will return to Europe this summer with appearances scheduled in concert venues and at festivals including a very special performance on 1 August, 2020 at Auditorio de Castrelos in Vigo, Spain. Tickets are not expected to go on sale for this show for several months yet and a further announcement will be made nearer the on-sale date once details have been finalised.

ON THIS DAY...

 

29 January

2019: Sting & Trudie attended a Quadrophenia 40th anniversary party in London. Attending were Pete Townsend, Franc Roddam and various cast members from the movie.

2008: The Police performed at the Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, Australia.

2005: Sting performed at the Olympic Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea.

2000: Sting performed at the Arena in Cologne, Germany.

1997: Sting performed at the Zenith in Munich, Germany.

1994: Sting performed at the International Convention Centre in Taipei, Taiwan.

1988: Sting performed at the William & Mary Hall in Williamsburg, USA.

1982: The Police performed at Richfield Coliseum in Cleveland, USA.

1981: The Police performed at the Kyoto Kaikan in Kyoto, Japan.

1979: The Police performed with Eberhard Schoener at the Stadthalle in Kassel, Germany.

 

SUMMONER'S TALES...
"Everything we set out to do as a band we achieved 100 fold. After you've done that it becomes diminishing returns in terms of satisfaction. I think a band is like a gang. It's like a street gang, teenage gang. You can't really evolve as a human being in a band. I think you're constantly being pulled back into being in the game. So there's no freedom there."

 

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