09.09.11 Sting.com 25 Years Countdown: 24 Days
Today, answer the following trivia question for the chance to win an autographed copy of Sting's debut solo album, The Dream Of The Blue Turtles.
On which Caribbean island was The Dream Of The Blue Turtles mixed?
Please submit your answer using the form below by 11AM EST tomorrow. Each correct response will be entered into a drawing and a winner will be selected, at random, and announced during the next day's post. Please note, each member may only enter once
This particular contest has now closed. The winner of the copy of the Dream of The Blue Turtles signed by Sting on our Day 24 contest was Amanda Burke who correctly answered Barbados. Thanks to everyone who entered!
Join Sting.com as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Sting's enduring solo career with the "25 Days" countdown! In the weeks leading up to the release of Sting: 25 Years, the definitive box set collection, and Sting's 60th birthday, please visit Sting.com at 11AM/EST each day for detailed instructions on how to enter trivia contests, access exclusive audio and video content and much more. Throughout the countdown, fans can enter to win extraordinary prizes, including autographed items by Sting. The grand prize - an autographed, one-of-a-kind Fender Sting Precision Bass Guitar - will be awarded to one lucky winner!
Cherrytree/A&M Records/Universal Music Group is pleased to announce 'Sting: 25 Years', the definitive box set collection slated for release on September 27, 2011. Featuring three CDs comprised of 45 remastered tracks personally curated by Sting, a previously unreleased live concert DVD and a comprehensive hardcover book, this retrospective captures for the first time both the highlights and rarities of Sting’s enduring solo career. Sting: 25 Years was produced by Rob Mathes and Executive Produced by Sting’s longtime manager, Kathryn Schenker. The box set also contains nine songs remixed by Robert Orton and Steve Fitzmaurice exclusively for this collection...
The second match of Sting with the Dominicans at Altos de Chavon was exceptional and achieved a sellout of the landmark amphitheater. From 8 to 9:40 pm on Sunday Sting played his major hits, which included some that popularized the band The Police and others of his solo career. 'Englishman In New York', 'When We Dance', 'Every Breath You Take' and 'Roxanne' were some of the songs he played the British singer. The Grammy award-winning evening concluded with 'Fragile' with his guitar, he thanked in Spanish and blew kisses to all fans...
Sting performed at the North Sea Jazz Festival in the Netherlands Antilles city of Curacao on September 2. Accompanied by Dominic Miller, Vinnie Coliauta, David Sancious and Jo Lawry Sting was also joined by Branford Marsalis on 'Englishman in New York, 'If You Love Somebody Set Them Free' and Bring On The Night/When The World Is Running Down'.
Today, President Bill Clinton announced the program and featured attendees for the seventh Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) to be held September 20-22 in New York City. This year’s gathering will bring together an estimated 1,200 diverse stakeholders, including current and former heads of state, Fortune 500 CEOs, national and local government officials, and leaders from the nonprofit sector to devise and implement workable solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges. In a special ceremony, President Clinton will also present the fifth annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards, which recognize remarkable individuals for their leadership in addressing global challenges in philanthropy, government, civil society, and the corporate sector including Trudie Styler & Sting, founders, the Rainforest Fund who will be honored for their commitment to protecting rainforests around the world and for defending the rights of the indigenous peoples who live there...