'Often, if you feel trapped in a situation, through the structure of a song a development appears. A simple key change can provide that different way of looking at a problem. That's my therapy. In reality, nothing ever stays the same and I think we should remember that in our deepest depressions.'
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On 22 August...

2000: Sting performed at Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion in Phoenix, USA.

1996: Sting performed at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and also appeared on the 'Tonight' show with Jay Leno, performing 'I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying'.

1993: Sting performed at the Messegelande in Koblenz, Germany.

1992: Sting and Trudie had their marriage blessed at a local church close to Lake House.

1988: Sting performed at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, USA.

1983: The Police performed at the Capital Centre in Washington DC.

1981: The Police performed at Liberty Bell Race Track in Philadelphia, USA.

1980: The Police performed at the Arena in Beziers, France.



The box office for new musical The Last Ship will open on Monday, August 25 at 10AM/EST at the Neil Simon Theatre (250 West 52 Street), in conjunction with a special one-time-only 24-hour flash sale from midnight August 25 to midnight August 26. For one day only, seats will be on sale for $39, $59 and $85 in the rear mezzanine, mid-mezzanine or orchestra/front mezzanine, respectively. Flash sale tickets will be available at the box office from 10AM - 6PM/EST or online throughout the 24-hour period at ticketmaster.com or thelastship.com using the promotional code OPEN...
Jamie Foxx danced onstage and sang with an all-star cast that included Paul McCartney, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday night at a fundraiser for the Apollo Theater. The event included performances by Gladys Knight, Jon Bon Jovi, Sting, The Roots and Pharrell Williams. Knight performed a Motown medley, and Bon Jovi did soul music covers including Knock on Wood. In one of the evening's highlights, Jack Nicholson, unlit cigarette in hand, gave Sting a standing ovation after Message in a Bottle...

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On Monday, September 15, Executive Producers Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Pippin) and Bruce Cohen (American Beauty, Milk, Silver Linings Playbook) will present Uprising of Love: A Benefit Concert for Global Equality at Broadway’s Gershwin Theatre. Featuring performances by 16-time Grammy Award-winner Sting and two-time Tony Award and two-time Grammy Award-winner Patti LuPone, this event strives to remind global leaders that "the world is watching" and to raise significant funding for grassroots organizations and activists around the world. The net proceeds of this event will go directly to Fueling the Frontlines, a three-year, $20 million campaign for global LGBTI rights led by the Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice. Astraea is the only philanthropic organization in the United States solely dedicated to advancing LGBTI rights globally...
To our fans and friends in the US, we’re excited to announce that we’ve released a new Tuscan red wine, "Message in a Bottle." When Sting wrote this iconic song, he sang of the universal human need to connect. And what better way to enjoy a delicious bottle of wine with friends! You can find it and other Il Palagio wines at http://www.amazon.com/...
We are excited to share the news that Sting and Trudie Styler's Il Palagio Olive Oil is now available at Eataly, a gourmet Italian food market in NYC! Not in NYC? You can shop Palagio products online at www.palagioproducts.com/product/the-oil/.
Continuing on the quest begun in his previous projects, Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. takes viewers along for the journey with a celebrity pair bound together by an intimate, sometimes hidden link, while he treks through layers of ancestral history, uncovers secrets and surprises of their family trees and shares life-altering discoveries. Each hour-long episode includes profiles of famous people like John Legend, Sanjay Gupta and Condoleeza Rice, and you are taken to location with leading US genealogists, DNA diagnosticians, and ancestry experts from around the world as Gates and his production team reveal unknown histories and relatives the guests never knew existed. Finding Your Roots aims to address the basic drive to discover who we are and where we come from. Sting is one of those that will be featured in Series 2 which is coming to PBS September 23, 2014...
Sting & Paul Simon will bring their critically-acclaimed On Stage Together tour to Perth’s Sir James Mitchell Park for a second and final show on Sunday, February 22, following a swift sell-out of the first show scheduled for Saturday, February 21. Tickets for the second and final Perth concert go on sale to the public on Thursday, July 17 at 10AM AWST. Sting.com fan club members will have an opportunity to purchase tickets in advance beginning Monday, July 14 at 10AM AWST. American Express Card Members may also purchase tickets beginning Monday, July 14 at 10AM AWST...
To celebrate Sting & Paul Simon's critically-acclaimed On Stage Together tour extending to Australia and New Zealand in early 2015, we're offering a 30% savings on everything* in stock at the Official "Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together" Online Store through July 20. Check out the store at http://store.simonandstingtour.com and pick up tee shirts, sweat shirts, a commemorative program or a tote bag now and receive 30% off your purchase! *excludes Elder Statesman Hat...


Tickets on sale now for the pair's upcoming On Stage Together tour dates in Australia and New Zealand. Details at http://sting.com/tour/index/
A musical inspired by Sting's early years on Tyneside has been given a Broadway opening date. The Royal Navy's new toy, HMS Queen Elizabeth, will not join the fleet until 2020 but a significant theatrical vessel has just left port and has a berth on Broadway in the autumn. Sting's musical, The Last Ship, is nearing the end of an encouraging run at the Bank of America Theatre in Chicago. This is the try-out, the equivalent of the sea trials. Far better to get a show watertight than launch it on Broadway's rough seas where a shark-like critic can send it to the bottom, Titanic-style. That has been the costly fate of many a new musical, in Britain and the States. And while Chicago is hardly 'the sticks', it is some way from the New York street where theatrical success shines most brightly. The Last Ship, which has been a labour of love for Sting, closes next weekend at the Bank of America Theatre...

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