Sting/Paul Simon Tour Sale...
March 22, 2014 
Paul Simon and Sting's On Stage Together Tour wrapped up last weekend in Orlando, FL, creating many truly great moments along the way, with both artists exploring one another's vast catalog of music. Thank you to all who came out to experience the shows and helped to make the tour such a rousing success. To celebrate these special concerts and the power of two - two artists, two repertoires, two bands and two amazing voices - we are offering 22% off Sting and Paul Simon: On Stage Together official apparel and memorabilia for the next two weeks. So visit the store today and shop a variety of items including t-shirts, a commemorative program, and more. (Sale excludes The Elder Statesman 100% cashmere hat)...

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Mar 21, 2014

Sting has been announced as one of the friends taking part in Zucchero's concert in New York on April 23 at the Madision Square Garden Theatre...

On the night, 10 years after the famous concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Zu&Co. will reach the United States, since many Zucchero’s friends will take part to this special event: Sting, Sam Moore, Chris Botti, Fher Olver from Manà, Dolores O’Riodan from Cranberries, plus some other Italian special guests: Jovanotti, Elisa, Fiorella Mannoia and many others still to be announced. Zucchero will be on stage with: Polo Jones (bass), Kat Dyson (guitars and chorus), Adriano Molinari (drums), Nicola Peruch (keyboards), Horacio Hernandez El Negro (drums), Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo (percussions), Elmer Ferrer (guitars), Monica Messinger (violin), the Harlem Gospel Choir & the Sam Moore’s horn section. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.com.
Mar 19, 2014

Sting tells TED audience of the only way he could overcome writer's block...

Sting is a prolific songwriter, author of a decades-long career first with the Police and then on his own, filled with pop-chart toppers, platinum records and music industry trophies to show for it. Then came the drought. Sting explained at the TED Conference in Vancouver how he fought his way back to his art after a prolonged period of creative darkness, when the songs stopped coming. Hint: it took him back to his hometown, and ends where the neon lights are bright. Gordon Sumner grew up in the shadow of a shipyard in Newcastle, England. Every morning he watched thousands of men dragging themselves down the hill to work, and back up again at the end of the day...