10.04.11 An amazing, once in a lifetime, EXCLUSIVE PACKAGE FOR ONE extremely lucky Sting fan to spend quality time with the world-renowned artist...


An amazing, once in a lifetime, EXCLUSIVE PACKAGE FOR ONE extremely lucky Sting fan to spend quality time with the world-renowned artist.

You'll JOIN STING ON A VISIT TO A ROBIN HOOD-FUNDED CHARTER SCHOOL as he teaches a master class in music and gives a private performance exclusively for the students.

It will be the Ultimate School of Rock and you'll get to hang out with faculty. This ine class a true Sting fan wouldn't want to miss.

Available to either an individual or a corporate sponsor.

For more information, or to place a bid, please contact Rose McClendon: mcclendon@robinhood.org

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New Yorkers joined together over the weekend to help millions of their less fortunate neighbors. Robin Hood - New York's largest private poverty-fighter - announced today that combined VIP tickets sales and donations made via texts from Friday night's Black Eyed Peas concert in Central Park, donations on robinhood.org as well as ticket proceeds from Sting's 25th anniversary/60th birthday concert at the Beacon Theatre on Saturday night, raised more than $7 million to fight poverty in New York City. These funds will be earmarked to support food pantries, homeless shelters, health clinics and will provide jobs training for New Yorkers in need throughout the five boroughs...

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Toward the end of Sting's 60th birthday bash at New York's Beacon Theater last night, Bruce Springsteen took a moment from his set to joke about his friend. "I've known Sting for about 25 years," Springsteen said. "But our friendship is a little unusual, because every time I read about Sting in a magazine, I don't recognize him. I've read, 'Sting can make love for 29 hours.' I wonder why he never mentioned that to me. After four hours now, you're supposed to seek medical attention … Anyway, stay hard brother, stay hard..."

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Sting’s 60th birthday party at the Beacon Theater was a four hour celebration of the rock star’s career and songs with his own band and almost a dozen famous musicians performing his music. They included Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Herbie Hancock, Lady Gaga. Branford Marsalis, will.i.am, Mary J. Blige, Chris Botti, Jimmy Nail, and Met Opera star Bryn Terfel. The latter opened the second act of the show with a rendition of “Roxanne” certain to become part of pop history-it was hilarious and serious at the same time, and showed how Sting’s punkiest new wave music has resonance in many forms...
Happy Birthday Sting! Today is the final day of the countdown...thank you to everyone who participated! In keeping with longstanding tradition of always being on stage to celebrate his birthday, Sting put on a stellar show at the Beacon Theatre in NYC last night. Joined by special guest performers Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel, Will.i.am, Chris Botti, Herbie Hancock, Robert Downey Jr., Rufus Wainwright, Joe Sumner, and Branford Marsalis, the charitable concert raised millions for the Robin Hood Foundation.
We've watched Sting discuss his solo career, from The Dream Of The Blue Turtles to Songs From The Labyrinth. Today, we're excited to bring you this final webisode, in which he reflects on his most recent projects, If On A Winter's Night... and last year's critically-acclaimed Symphonicities and Live in Berlin.

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