"Last Exit had to have at least one new song every Wednesday for our residency at the Gosforth Hotel so I worked on 'I Burn For You' in class. I presented it to the Police for 'Zenyatta Mondatta' but they thought it was too sentimental."
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On 24 April...

2005: Sting performed at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, USA.

2002: Sting and Trudie attended a private viewing at the Hayward Gallery in London to celebrate British artist Sam Taylor-Wood's first major retrospective.

2001: Sting's version of 'Every Breath You Take' recorded with Robert Downey Jr for the Ally McBeal show was released on an album of songs from the series.

1996: Sting performed at the Palau dels Esports in Barcelona, Spain.

1991: Sting performed at Hammersmith Odeon in London, England. He was joined at stage by old friend Branford Marsalis.


Amnesty International has partnered with globally renowned artistic duo "coarse" to create beautiful symbols of hope. The candles illustrate three examples of injustice that lie at the heart of Amnesty International's fight for human rights. The injustice burns away to reveal a positive human story created in solid bronze. Find out more at http://amnestyfreedomcandles.com...

Power-couple Trudie Styler and Sting led a star-packed line-up at the three-hour event held Thursday at New York's Carnegie Hall. It's serious business trying to save the world's rainforests. But the annual Rainforest Fund benefit concert series meant to raise funds for the cause long ago learned the value of keeping things light. For the 25th year, power-couple Trudie Styler and Sting led a star-packed line-up at Carnegie Hall - the latest of which included Paul Simon, James Taylor, Dionne Warwick, Stephen Stills, Renee Fleming and more. At the three hour event, held Thursday, nary a twig of the rainforest was mentioned, outside a tidy speech at the mid-way point by Styler, outfitted in a chic white, floor-length gown...
When Bill Clinton walked on stage last night I don't know who looked more surprised, Sting or wife Trudie Styler. There was such uncertainty that Clinton would come, let alone give a talk to the star studded Carnegie Hall audience for the Rainforest Foundation's 25th anniversary, that he was never announced. And no mention of him was made all afternoon during rehearsals. But Clinton did show up, just at the end of Act 1, in the break between Stephen Stills' two songs, and rocked the house. The place went wild as Clinton not only spoke about Sting and Trudie's dedication, but let Kevin Spacey do imitations of the former president at the mike with him. "Sometimes you can't tell who's talking," Clinton said. Then referring to Spacey's role as a vicious president elect on "House of Cards," Clinton marveled of Spacey's Frank Underwood, "He's president and a murderer."
Sting and Trudie will be on the Today Show this morning in the 9am hour to talk about the RF benefit concert and The Last Ship. Be sure to tune in!
The winners of the tickets to see Sting & Trudie Styler on "The Colbert Report" in New York on April 10 were Edward Liashek, Pamela Straub, Ronald Goldberg, Rosann Costa, Tana Martin and Wanda Stone. Thanks to everyone who entered! For details of past contest winners read on...
Dominic Miller will be touring Europe in May/June with Nicolas Fiszman (bass), Rhani Krija (percussion) and Tony Remy (guitar). Starting on May 1 in France, the band will be visiting Italy, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Poland, Switzerland and the Netherlands before finishing in London on June 11. Dominic's new album "adhoc" was released in February. For a full list of tour dates visit
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The actress Trudie Styler and her husband, the pop singer Sting, will be joined by more pop stars - Paul Simon, James Taylor, Dionne Warwick, Ivy Levan - as well as a trumpeter, Chris Botti, and an opera singer, Renée Fleming, in the biennial Revlon Rainforest Fund Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall on April 17. "This year is the Rainforest Fund’s 25th anniversary," Ms. Styler and Sting said in a statement, "and its work to protect rainforests around the globe for the people who live there and for all of us is more important than ever."
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Sting & Paul Simon's On Stage Together tour may have finished last weekend, but Sting.com continues to bring you exclusive content from the road. In this clip, Sting says that working with Paul has been “wonderful” and calls his body of work “incredibly inspiring.” Check out this preview and then login as a member for the full video featuring exclusive performances from Sting and Paul Simon together onstage plus a revealing interview with Sting.