Kipper's new album 'This Is Different'...
July 11, 2007 
Kipper has finished recording a new album in conjunction with Bang & Olufsen entitled 'This Is Different'.

Initially the album is being released as an exclusive to 'participating Bang & Olufsen stores, so to hear the tracks pop into your nearesr B&O store, tell them Kipper sent you, and ask to listen to any tracks you want to hear! After an initial period the album will be available to purchase via iTunes as an exclusive download with a PDF booklet.

The track listing for the album is:

'Ding Ding' - Kipper featuring Jason Rebello
'My Generation' - Kipper featuring Jenny-Lynn Smith
'To Be Free' - Kipper featuring Neil Stacey
'We Come In Peace' - Kipper featuring Tommy Blaize
'Carte D'Amour' - Kipper featuring Dominic Miller
'Everything I Don't Need' - Kipper featuring Judie Tzuke
'A Thousand Years' - Kipper featuring Sting
'A303' - Kipper featuring Richard Barrett
'But For The Grace Of You' - Kipper featuring Curtis Stigers
'When You Come Around' - Kipper featuring Richard Marx
'Grace' - Kipper featuring Joy Rose
'As Doors Close' - Kipper featuring Mike Lindup
'Ophelia' - Kipper

"My previous three B&O albums were collections of tracks that already existed but the fourth is different - these songs were written exclusively for this album. These days, I don't really see myself as an artist but I like the idea of being a collaborative writer and producer, so this was just a fantastic opportunity to do my own record: I was 50 per cent of everything that happened. Travelling the world and recording music in various studios and homes, with a variety of artists and with me as its unifying force. Working on different kinds of music with a broad palette of styles is what excites me. Hopefully that diversity of approach is reflected in this record." - Kipper

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Jul 10, 2007


Police think big for summer tour - The Police tour, the trio's first such endeavor in 23 years, has not only thrust songs like 'So Lonely' and 'King of Pain' into our collective memory banks, but also the concept of stadium shows back into a national discourse. South Florida hasn't seen a stadium tour of this magnitude since megagroups U2 and the Rolling Stones played within weeks of each other in 1997 in Miami-Dade. And despite woes in the music industry, the Police tour is a money-maker, ranking as Ticketmaster's No. 1 "most requested event" of the year thus far, dethroning the mighty Broadway musical Wicked. The Police also top the list of all concert tours, grossing an average $3.4 million per date, comfortably ahead of No. 2, Kenny Chesney's $1.3 million, according to Pollstar, a concert industry trade magazine and website...
Jul 10, 2007

The Police play arresting show at Dolphin Stadium...

Show Date: July 10, 2007
Location: Miami, FL
Venue: Dolphin Stadium