12.20.12 See below to check out Sting's Christmas greeting to Sting.com members!

Check out Sting's Christmas greeting to Sting.com members!

(14) Reviews and Comments
jane47 - 01.22.13
Good to see you're coming back for some
Hope to see you....hope you had a GREAT holiday!!
cuzco33 - 01.13.13
new year
Happy New Year Sting to you, your band and your family. Hope to see you on tour in 2013. Corinne
guido - 01.10.13
better late than never
hi, i just saw your video. Thank you sting you are really a star. Sometimes i ask myself how can be my life without your music ? impossible.... ciao Guido
bkane - 01.05.13
I was wondering if Sting would consider adapting the song "Lullaby for an Anxious Child" on the "If on a winter's night" CD to help ease the pain of so many of us related to the Connecticut school shooting. I was listening to it at Christmas and thought that many things in that song could easily relate to the situation there, although the song obviously wasn't about that. Thanks for all you do. Barb
mincofab - 12.28.12
Thanks from Manila!
Merry Christmas Maestro. Your Manila concert was epic. Appreciate you being so gracious to me and my wife in the hotel lobby. It was an honour to meet you. Warmest thanks!
paulis73 - 12.27.12
Peace and Love!
Dear Sting!Thank you for your great concerts in Russia this year and for the authograph on "The Soul Cages" album you gave so kindly to us near "Ritz" hotel in Moscow!We were happy to see you in Russia again!May your life be filled with warmth and cheer this Holy season and throughout the year.Wish your Christmas to be filled with peace and love.Merry X-mas to you and your family!
lydia - 12.26.12
grazie amore!
puff...puff... i was thinking about your Christmas message...finally you are here.... So Christmas time is much better right now! And yes!!! you have broken my heart with the music of LAST SHIP, i can t wait for it.... buon natale caro sting!!! lydia and friends!
RoMi - 12.22.12
Merry Christmas
Have a Merry Christmas, a Safe and Happy New Year. Regards, Ro Mi
arpeggio - 12.22.12
Merry Christmas Sting
Been thinking of you! Hope you are together with all of your loved ones. I wish you peace, love and everything wonderful this holiday season. I hope to see you somewhere down the road in 2013... As always, stay safe and healthy. Merry Christmas. Love--Arpeggio
annette17 - 12.22.12
To my Sting family
Wishing all my Labyrinth friends and of course the Sumners too a very happy, peaceful and joyous Christmas, surrounded by love and laughter. I shall be opening my prized bottle of Sister Moon and toasting you all Annette xx
veroalmendra - 12.21.12
Hi Sting! (if anybody can send him this message please) I have a Christmas gift for you and Dominique, a chord table called Tabtöne wich my father invented in 1974 (edited by Ricordi) and left me when die so that I give to my 'musician friends' (in his words) Hope someday find a way to get it to you. Merry Christmas! and thank you, always, for your soul
ahlehner - 12.21.12
What do you give at a season such as this? The background music, your Christmas Carols in the shop I am in to buy presents! The clerk enjoys the fruits of my elation - you are right there for the joy. Love & The Violet light of Christ consciousness to you and to all...you look smarter than ever...right on
- 12.21.12
waking up with angels
Hi Sting and fans, a verry nice Christmas and NewYear aswell. This morning i woke up with your song in my head "When the Angels fall" Mabey they will or not, but it's the last day of the mayan callender, so we'll see ;-p xxx Sonja
hebah64 - 12.20.12
Chritsmas greeting
Hope, peace and love for you this Christmas Eva
Il Palagio is the 350 hectare Tuscan estate owned by musician Sting and his wife Trudie Styler. Sting has assembled a dream team to work his estate, with Alan York giving viticultural advice (the entire estate is run biodynamically), Paolo Caciorgna overseeing the winemaking and terroir expert Pedro Parra helping keep the soils in order. The estate was in disrepair when they purchased it in 1999, and the vineyards were replanted over the next couple of years. These three wines were just the second release following this replanting activity...

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In Gateshead, arts organisations such as the Baltic centre for contemporary art and the Sage are protected from deep local authority cuts – unlike in Newcastle. A host of artists connected to north-east England – including musicians Sting, Neil Tennant, Bryan Ferry, Mark Knopfler and Thomas Allen, writers such as Pat Barker and Tony Harrison, and actors including Robson Green and Kevin Whately – have written to the Guardian expressing "alarm" at what they call Newcastle city council's "shortsighted attack" on the city's cultural life. The artists are protesting against the local authority's plan to cut completely its £2.5m culture budget. The council, argue the artists, risk "throwing away a shared cultural heritage... built up by generations and generations of ordinary people in the city." Its decision, they say, is "baffling"...
You may be a lost man in a lost world. You may lose your faith in the people on TV and your belief in your politicians. But if you ever lose your faith in Sting, there may be nothing left for you to do. While that last bit might sound a tad much, it perfectly summed up the atmosphere at Mata Elang International Stadium in Ancol, North Jakarta, where English rock legend Sting rocked the stage and mesmerized thousands of fans with 22 songs on Saturday night. The night’s repertoire did not consist merely of his own hit singles but also several tracks from his years as the front man of The Police. While his hair may be graying and his face may be showing signs of aging, one thing is for sure: Sting’s voice is still as heavenly as ever...

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It maybe a rainy Thursday night, but that didn't dampen the spirits of thousands of fans at Sting's 'Back To Bass' World Tour concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The man himself appeared at 8.30 pm sharp and clad in a simple grey shirt and jeans, he opened the stage with crowd favourite 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You'. Backed by an impressive five-piece band, Sting's legendary bass skills and rich vocals quickly got his fans to jump (yes, jump!) and sway wildly in their seats. All the ladies were soon swooning over the 61-year-old Sting (Dude didn't look a day over 30) as he belted out 'Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic' next. That track was later followed up by 'Englishman In New York', and the atmosphere got really heated with everyone chorusing and clapping to the song...
Sting was full of power and energy when performing the Bangkok concert as part of his Back to Bass Tour on Wednesday night. The English singer-songwriter sang powerfully and played his bass energetically almost non-stop during the two-hour concert at the 12,000-seat Impact Arena, which was slightly more than half full. For a man 61 years of age, that was fantastic. Yet Sting - whose real name is Gordon Sumner - still has a physique and energy enviable to most men his age. He was involved in every one of the 22 songs performed that night and took only brief breaks during the three encores featuring five songs, including 'Every Breath You Take' and 'Next to You' - the classic hits from his time with the Police. Sting was the lead vocalist, principal songwriter, and bassist for the English rock band of the late '70s and early '80s...