Sting was one of the guests on the Italian TV show 'Che Tempo Che Fa' in Milan on October 31. Sting was interviewed and some clips from the forthcoming DVD Live in Berlin were also shown. The whole show can be viewed on line at
What a month October has been for me. In Newcastle Sting joked with me "haven't you got a home to go to?" I have, and I've even spent the bulk of the time at work, but I have been out of the office with whirlwind trips around the UK and now to see Sting in Florence. This was going to be my grand tour (or was that 2007-8?) where I turn into Renaissance man, and learn all those "things they would not teach me of in college?" Time to soak up culture on a scale of unbelievable beauty, awe inspiring artwork and a glass or two of Chianti. Even the odd shower of rain, couldn't dampen my spirits. Did I mention Pizza? I am reliably informed that some fans were lucky enough to see Sting having a quick Pizza opposite the Teatro, before the sound check, whilst I was still admiring Renaissance artwork.
Check out the latest exclusive video clips from the 'Symphonicity' tour in the Virtual Ticket section of the website. The latest clip follows the hatching of a cunning plan to surprise Sting on his birthday. Other clips from the tour include:
Exclusive outdoor event at the Sydney Opera House Forecourt confirmed for Thursday, February 3, 2011. Two previously announced Sydney Opera House Concert Hall shows sell out in minutes.
If you are attending the Sting dates in Madrid or Barcelona later this month then you are you might be interested to know that Dominic Miller is taking the opportunity play a couple of dates at Luz de Gas in Barcelona (28 Oct) and Sala Clamores in Madrid (31 Oct).
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