April 02, 2017

Sting, an Englishman In Luxembourg...

Returning to Luxembourg, Sting brought his enviable vocal tones to Rockhal on Saturday night. After disbanding The Police at the height of their success in the 80s, Sting went onto just as much success with his solo work, accumulating over 16 Grammy Awards over the years. Last year saw him release his first rock record in over a decade and his 12th studio album overall, with “57th & 9th”. Taking to the stage at five minutes to nine, with his son Joe Sumner and the support band The Last Bandoleros on backing vocals, Sting managed to catch many of the crowd by surprise...

March 31, 2017

Sting chats to Total Guitar about Gear, history and a little musical philosophy...

The sometime Policeman talks vintage guitars, his light-fingered offspring and the power of jazz - “If I had to choose one guitar to take to a desert island, I’d take my custom Martin acoustic, which I adore - it’s a beautiful instrument. Before I got that one, I played a Martin from 1916 called a Ditson..."

March 30, 2017

Sting to perform at the Festival Jardins Pedralbes in Barcelona this July...

From 5 June to 15 July 2017, Barcelona will host the fifth edition of the Festival Jardins Pedralbes. Sting will be performing at the event on 6 July. This year, the festival will feature performances by Rufus Wainwright, locomotive Black Kool & The Gang, Noa & Pasión Vega, Michael Bolton, India Martinez, Ludovico Einaudi, Manuel, Belle and Sebastian, The Beach Boys, Tony Bennett, 2Cellos, Kris Kristofferson, Birdy, Gipsy Kings, Rosana, Sting, Broadway & West End Divas, Jarabe de Palo, Air, Yann Tiersen, Roger Hodgson, Juan Luis Guerra, Art Garfunkel and Gérard Depardieu...

March 27, 2017

Three additional North American dates added to 57th & 9th tour...

Sting’s 57th & 9th World Tour has just confirmed 3 additional North American dates this September. These newly announced shows will take place September 1st at the Bethel Woods Pavilion in Bethel, NY; September 2nd at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston, MA and on September 3rd at the Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ. Tickets for all 3 performances go on sale this Friday, March 31st. Members of the official Sting.com fan club will have the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance beginning Tuesday, March 28th for the Bethel Woods Pavilaion performance and Wednesday, March 29th for the concerts at Blue Hills Pavilion and the Borgata. Details at www.sting.com/tour

March 26, 2017

Sting adds performance at Jazz á Juan Festival in Juan-les-Pins on 20 July...

A new show has been added to the 57th & 9th Tour tour in July 2017. Sting will perform at the Jazz á Juan Festival in Juan-les-Pins, France on 20 July. Tickets are on sale now. For more information about the event or to book tickets please visit www.jazzajuan.com. There is no fan club sale for this event... 

March 22, 2017

So Lonely, from the 57th & 9th Tour

Well someone told me yesterday
That when you throw your love away...

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March 21, 2017

European Tour Starts Tonight in Barcelona!

The 57th & 9th Tour arrives in Europe tonight with the opening show taking place at Barcelona's Sant Jordi Club. The tour then winds its way across the continent with dates in Italy, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland, France and the UK. After these dates the tour heads to Central and South America and the Far East before a string of open air summer and festival appearances back in Europe. The reviews from North America and Canada have been great, so be sure to catch Sting, Dominic and Rufus Miller and Josh Freese if you can! Check out our tour section for reviews and setlists. Just click on a date for details...

March 16, 2017

Sting writes preface for How Soon Is Now by Daniel Pinchbeck...

Sting has written the preface for a new book by his friend Daniel Pinchbeck entitle "How Soon Is Now". We thought you might like to read the preface, so here it is...

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