Back To Bass Hits London
March 19, 2012 

In London for 3 nights, the band played to a packed house on Monday night at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo!

Check out the full list of spring and summer dates and ticket info on the tour page.




COMMENTS 2
lurch March 21,2012
25 Year Vintage
Class Act, Class Set, took my two teenage daughters to their first Sting concert, they were blown away!
osgabaixinha March 20,2012
Amaizing
What a performance, and what a group ... Venice and Symphonicity Tour was a ungorgettable show. Its amaizing the way that this concert "back to bass" can be so different and so good. Only the most consistent music of the last decades can performe this quality. I wait you in June in Oeiras-Portugal. Now i play at home :)

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