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February 24, 2017

Before the excellent second opening act (The Last Bandoleros), before even the first very good opening act (his son, Joe Sumner), Sting was the very first person to take the stage of the Smart Financial Center Thursday night. Part warmup, part introduction to the night, he grabbed his acoustic guitar, talked a little about his previous trips to Houston and played a lovely version of “Heading South on the Great...

February 24, 2017

I performed in the incredible Durham Cathedral in 2009.  Now it has been nominated by Bill Bryson as BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Heritage Site of the Year Award.  Durham Cathedral is a major landmark in my native North East England.  Please vote here:

February 22, 2017

In releasing "57th and 9th," all those public relations people and music reporters kept talking to Sting about how this was his first rock album in years. But to Sting, the former frontman of influential British export The Police, it didn't exactly feel that way. "I play rock and roll every night, and it's been part of my DNA since I was 7 years old," he laughed in an interview...

February 21, 2017

Member Exclusive: Last Bandoleros are bringing their exceptional musicianship and unbridled energy to the #57thAnd9thTour. I say they're like Los Lobos meet The Monkees but get to the show early and judge for yourself.

February 21, 2017

Now that he's turned 65, Sting was sounding a bit nostalgic Monday night after he played "Message in a Bottle," perhaps his greatest song with The Police. "Forty years ago when I wrote this, only a dog was listening - and he was barely wagging his tail," he told about 5,000 fans at Verizon Theatre. "Forty years later, everyone in Dallas is singing all the words."

February 20, 2017

Every touring artist panders to the city he’s performing in, but Sting seemed genuine when he called Austin “the hippest town in America” at the top of his set at ACL Live on Sunday. “I owe a lot to Austin,” he said, explaining that an Austin station “LBJ” (presumably KLBJ) was the first radio outlet in America to play the Police’s single “Roxanne” in 1979. Shortly after, he said, he...



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2015: Sting was in Newcastle where he delivered the annual South Shields Lecture at Harton Technology College.

2014: Sting and Paul Simon performed at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada.

2012: Sting performed at the Kesselhaus in Munich, Germany.

2007: Sting & Edin Karamazov performed at the Musikhalle in Hamburg, Germany.

2001: Sting and Trudie were in Milan for the start of the fashion week there.

1997: Sting performed at The Theatre at Madison Square Gardens in New York.

1988: Sting performed at the University of Illinois Pavilion in Chicago, USA.

1984: The Police were awarded Grammy awards for Best single ('Every Breath You Take'), Best Rock Instrumental ('Brimstone & Treacle'), Best Performance by a Rock Band (The Police) and Best Song Writer (Sting). The Police performed at Western Spring Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand.


"When you’re a teenager, you sing about your car, your girlfriend or your shoes. And now you’re speaking about mortality. I think the best art does that. All the best operas are about death. But not to be morbid - I’m not a morbid person. I think, if anything, acceptance of it enriches your life. You realize that there are a limited number of days, so make use of them."


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