ON THIS DAY...
2014: Sting and Joe Mantello attend the TimesTalks at TheTimesCenter in New York.
2011: Sting and Trudie were honoured with UNICEF's Children’s Champion Award at the Park Plaza Castle in Boston, USA.
2010: Accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Sting performed at the Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany.
2008: Sting and Trudie attended the 2008 Whitney Museum of American Art Gala in New York.
2007: The Police performed at Wembley Arena in London, England - the final date of the European leg of their reunion tour.
2004: Sting played a special concert at New York's Supper Club. The event took place after the launch of a new Swatch watch - the Paparazzi - that uses Microsoft SPOT (Smart Personal Object Technology).
2001: Sting appeared on the cover of the Times Magazine in the UK.
2000: Sting performed at the Sun Plaza in Hiroshima, Japan.
1999: Sting performed at Berkeley Community Theatre in San Francisco, USA.
1995: The Italian film, 'Il Postino' was released in the UK. The film features Sting reciting 'Morning (Love Sonnet XXVII)', a piece of poetry by Pablo Neruda. The Jimi Hendrix tribute album 'In From The Storm' was also released and features Sting (with John McLaughlin) performing 'The Wind Cries Mary'.
1993: Sting began rehearsals in Belgium for a series of 'Night Of The Proms' shows at which he will be backed by a 120 piece orchestra.
1989: Sting appeared as Macheath in the '3 Penny Opera' at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre in New York.
1988: Sting performed at Rainbow Hall in Nagoya, Japan.
1985: Sting performed at the Civic Centre in Tallahassee, USA.
1978: The Police performed their first concert in the USA with a gig at CBGB's in New York.
1977: The Police performed at the Nashville in Paris, France. Sting wrote 'Roxanne'.
"I remember clubs better than I remember stadiums. Clubs, I remember every detail."