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January 21, 2020

Don’t expect Sting to be next in line for a big-screen biopic. “Absolutely not,” the 68-year-old rock legend says of getting the Rocketman treatment. “I’m telling my story in an artistic way.” That way is with the musical The Last Ship, which runs at the Ahmanson Theatre until Feb. 16. Sting wrote the music and lyrics and plays the foreman of a Newcastle shipyard in the show, which draws from his early years growing up in a grim, ship-building town in Northern England. The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Sting...

January 20, 2020

The Cherrytree Music Company and Live Nation have confirmed that Sting: My Songs will return to Europe this summer with appearances scheduled in concert venues and at festivals including a very special performance on 23 July, 2020 at Parco della Cittadella during the “Parma Città della Musica” Festival that celebrates the city as Italy’s Capital of Culture. Members of Sting’s Fan Club will have the opportunity to access exclusive pre-sale tickets prior to the general public starting 10am CET on Tuesday, 21 January. 

January 20, 2020

Sting has added 4 additional tour dates to his  "My Songs" tour this October and will be coming to Germany and Switzerland with dates in Oberhausen, Hamburg, Leipzig and Zurich. Don't miss your chance to experience Sting live in concert, performing his most beloved songs spanning his prolific career with The Police and as a solo artist. Sting.com members can secure preferred tickets before the general public through our exclusive member presales that begin TOMORROW, January 21 at 10am CET. If you are not yet a member, sign up now!

January 16, 2020

Due to high demand, we are excited to announce that Sting has added a second “My Songs” show in Philadelphia on Saturday, 2 May at The Met. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, 23 January at 10am ET but all paid Sting.com members will have an opportunity to gain presale access starting Monday, 20 January at 10am ET.

January 15, 2020

The Recording Academy has inducted 26 more iconic recordings into its Grammy Hall of Fame including The Police, Elton John, Patsy Cline and Public Enemy. This year’s additions span a diverse range of both single and album recordings that are at least 25 years old that “exhibit qualitative or historical significance”. The list includes both recordings that were initially recognised at the Grammy Awards as well as recordings that either pre-date the inaugural 1958 Grammy Awards or were initially passed over upon release.

January 15, 2020

As previously announced, Sting: My Songs will return to Poland this summer for a very special concert at PGE Narodowy in Warsaw on July 25th. Today, the Cherrytree Music Company and Live Nation have confirmed that Anna Maria Jopek will be the special guest, performing before Sting at the show. In 2016, Anna Maria Jopek had the opportunity to open Sting's New Year's concert at the CKK Jordanki Concert Hall in ToruĊ„, where they performed the song "Fragile" together... 

ON THIS DAY...

 

21 January

2016: Sting attended the premiere of 'Sky Ladder: The Art Of Cai Guo-Qiang' at the Sundance Festival in Park City, UT.

2015: Sting appeared as Jackie White in 'The Last Ship' at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York.

2006: Sting joined Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland at a dinner to celebrate the screening of Stewart's movie 'Everyone Stares - The Police Inside Out' at the Sundance Film Festival in the USA.

2005: Sting performed at the Budokan in Tokyo, Japan.

2002: Sting conducted an on-line webchat with AOL.co.uk subscribers.

2000: Sting performed at Le Dome in Marseilles, France.

1997: Sting performed at the CCH1 Hall in Hamburg, Germany.

1992: Sting performed at the Budokan in Tokyo, Japan.

1988: Sting performed at the James L Knight Centre in Miami, USA.

1986: Sting performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.

1980: The Police performed at The Agora in Cleveland, USA.

1979: The Police performed with Eberhard Schoener at the Stadthalle in Heidelberg, Germany.

 

SUMMONER'S TALES...
"Last Exit were Newcastle's version of pub-rock. Pub-rock was happening in London with Graham Parker, and all those bands and they were getting deals in London. If we'd been in London we'd have got a deal but we'd have quickly been overtaken by the tidal wave that was the Pistols and the Clash and the Damned, so in way it would have been a short lived thing."

 

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