April 14, 2015

Sting to perform at the Paleo Festival in July...

Sting, Kings Of Leon, Robbie Williams, Robert Plant, Joan Baez, Patti Smith, David Guetta, Johnny Hallyday, Faithless, Calogero, Véronique Sanson, Charlie Winston, Ben Harper, Etienne Daho, Christine & The Queens… will all be on the line-up at the 40th Paléo Festival Nyon. Sting will perform on 22 July...

April 14, 2015

Paul Simon and Sting review - moments of humbling magic from The Odd Couple...

Simon and Sting’s contrasting voices and banter perfectly complement each other as they dip into each other’s songbooks in a curious but inspired union.

April 13, 2015

Sting and Paul Simon at the Genting Arena - legendary duo delighted a devoted audience...

Hearing Paul Simon and Sting perform a host of classic Simon and Garfunkel hits is probably as close as most people are ever going to get to a reunion gig by the legendary duo. They might seem unlikely bedfellows but both were the driving creative forces in the acts which saw them first hit the big time

April 10, 2015

Paul Simon & Sting at SSE Hydro, Glasgow...

They are an odd couple, Paul Simon and Sting, and yet they are not. Certainly when they first walked out onstage at the beginning of this marathon three-hour gig, the physical differences made them reminiscent of a buddy comedy film. Sting, taller, more overtly confident and possessing a beard that suggested he's become a survivalist, Simon, hat on and more awkward

April 09, 2015

Sting and Paul Simon in concert is a truly special night in the company of legends...

Both are still of fine voice, Sting effortlessly still hits the high register. Last night the Odyssey hosted a rather unusual coupling of music royalty, one, part of a superstar duo of the New York folk scene, the other a founder of one of the biggest bands of all time, both with solo careers that equal their founding music lives. After all, with their respective back catalogues, there is probably a Sting or Simon composition playing on a radio station somewhere in the world

April 07, 2015

Paul Simon & Sting, Dublin 3 Arena, review: back-slapping bonhomie in alarming evidence...

'This oddest of odd couples were unable to keep their eyes off one another musically speaking', says Ed Power. Sting and Paul Simon have spent the past 30 years traveling in opposing directions. The tall-haired Englishman started as vaguely credible punk rocker only to become a byword for trantric sex-championing silliness. Simon, meanwhile, has devoted the later stages of his career to escaping his initial pigeonholing as featherweight folkie via a series of smart, progressive albums of which 1986's Graceland remains the most lauded.
March 21, 2015

Sting helps out Wallsend Boys Club...

It was announced today Wallsend Boys Club have benefited to the tune of $10,000 donated by Sting through the annual Broadway Cares fundraiser in New York
March 17, 2015

Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police – Tickets Now Available

Opening this Friday, March 20 in NYC is Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police. Based on the acclaimed memoir 'One Train Later' by rock guitarist Andy Summers, the film follows Summers' journey from his early days in the psychedelic ‘60s music scene, when he played with The Animals, to chance encounters with drummer Stewart Copeland and bassist Sting, which led to the formation of The Police

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