03.28.12 Win a Pair of Tickets to the Revlon Concert for the Rainforest Fund!


Enter to win a pair of tickets to The Revlon Concert for the Rainforest Fund, celebrating music from the Silver Screen, at Carnegie Hall Tuesday, April 3, 2012!

The all-star lineup features performances by Sting, Elton John, James Taylor, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Hudson, Bruno Mars, Channing Tatum, Vince Gill, Rosanne Cash and Bryn Terfel. And perhaps a couple of surprise guests…

The sweepstakes ends this Friday, March 30. Check out https://www.facebook.com/RainforestFoundationUS for terms and conditions and to enter. Good luck!
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The track is available as a free download for fans that purchase the album (www.thehungergamesmovie.com/lullaby) and can also be purchased as a single. "Lullaby" is a centerpiece of The Hunger Games, and Sting delivers a powerful and poetic rendition of the song, which was produced by T-Bone Burnett. The pair last collaborated on 2003's "You Will Be My Ain' True Love" for the film, Cold Mountain. The song was subsequently nominated for an Academy Award, a Grammy Award and a Golden Globe...
Saturday marked the first South African date of the Sting: Back To Bass worldwide tour. The concert to celebrate 25 years of Gordon Sumner’s solo career was held at Joburg’s Coca-Cola Dome and, surprisingly for a big international act, two dates were booked at the same venue - the 16-time Grammy Award-winning Sting performing again yesterday. Also unusual was the lack of opening acts. The bassist/vocalist made famous by multiplatinum '80s new wave band The Police played an impressively long set (about 19 songs) without a break. With a few exceptions, the tunes were all classics, stripped down to their barest original bones...

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The chart-topping companion album to the film THE HUNGER GAMES, "THE HUNGER GAMES": SONGS FROM DISTRICT 12 AND BEYOND, will unlock a free download of 'Deep in the Meadow (Lullaby)' performed by Sting beginning March 27, 2012. The track can also be purchased as a single from major digital retailers. 'Lullaby' remains a centerpiece of THE HUNGER GAMES.
Singer/Songwriter, Sting, has enjoyed an enviable career. 35 years after The Police first toured, the genre exploring frontman goes back to bass-ics for a solo tour entitled 'Back To Bass'. TPI's Kelly Murray and Zoe Mutter invesigated the story of how one down-to-earth musician has kept his happy production team on staff for decades. Click here to read the full article. With special thanks to TPi...

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Sting is currently on the Back to Bass tour throughout Europe, the UK and South Africa in support of the recently released box set collection, 25 Years, which garnered a rave review from Keyboard Magazine in the April 2012 issue: "What I've learned over the years is that miracles don't happen and what works is the process," Sting writes in the liner notes for '25 Years', his three-CD-plus-DVD solo career retrospective. The process he speaks of shines in full, recorded glory here, with 55 tracks evincing his continued quest for aural eloquence. From his early, jazz-tinged exploits on 'The Dream of the Blue Turtles', to later explorations into dance, country, and classical fare, this collection is powerful proof of Sting's singular sonic imprint. Timeless...