10.27.11 Sting.com 25 Days Countdown - Final Contest Winners Announced...
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Sting.com 25 Days Countdown!
The grand prize winner, George Rapitis, will receive a unique, one of a kind Sting Signature Series Precision Fender Bass customized with artwork inspired by the Sting: 25 Years box set, plus an autographed copy of the box set, a Sting.com fan club one-year membership and a Back to Bass tour merchandise pack.
The three runners up, Jen Ashlin, Sheila Barnes and Denise Holder will each receive a signed copy of the Sting: 25 Years box set, a Sting.com fan club one-year membership and a Back to Bass tour merchandise pack.
Congratulations to all of our winners and thank you again to everyone who participated in the 25 Days Countdown!
On Thursday, October 20 the U.S. Fund for UNICEF presented Sting and UNICEF UK Ambassador Trudie Styler with its annual Children's Champion Award. This year’s award recipients were honored for their commitment to improving children’s lives and the environment. Sting and Styler, a UK UNICEF Ambassador since 2004, strive to make a difference for children around the world and protect the environment through numerous public efforts. The evening’s celebration was a fundraising event co-chaired by Alli and Bill Achtmeyer, Barrie and Kevin Landry, and Elaine and Bobby Sager that brought in a record $1.15 million for UNICEF’s global child survival programs...
Enter to win tickets for Sting's Back to Bass tour! On October 27, Sting will perform at the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia and we're giving away a pair of tickets to two randomly selected fans. Enter to win by October 26 at 11AM EDT using the form below…it's that easy!
''As easy as it is to think of Sting as the frontman for the Police, those days were a relatively brief prelude to a solo career that has run more than a quarter century since. His current tour celebrates the catalog he has built on his own with some Police tunes thrown in, and in its stop at the Toyota Presents Oakdale in Wallingford Monday, the Englishman three weeks past his 60th birthday plowed through songs with remarkable vigor, showing no more effects of age than his smartly constructed pop rock..." Click here
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Telling the stories that inspired the songs while retracing the steps of his solo career, rock icon Sting performed a two hour set at the Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theater on Monday night. Widely recognized as the front man for The Police, Sting has launched his 'Back to Bass' tour to highlight the 25 years of material that followed his work with that seminal band. Despite turning 60 earlier in the month, Sting remains sinewy and svelte, sporting a second-skin style shirt and jeans while hiding behind his bass guitar. He was joined on stage by a five-piece band that included the father-son guitar duo of Dominic and Rufus Miller along with veteran drummer Vinnie Colaiuta...
If the former Police frontman, who joined the sexagenarian club this month, has lost a step, it wasn’t evident Friday night at the Citi Wang Theatre. Sixty looks good on Sting. More importantly it sounds terrific. If the singer-songwriter and former Police frontman, who joined the sexagenarian club this month, has lost a step, it wasn’t evident Friday night at the Citi Wang Theatre as he kicked off his 'Back to Bass' tour with an exquisite two-hour performance in support of his recently released box set, 'Sting: 25 Years...'