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October 18, 2020

Sting is participating (virtually) in the charity event SeriousFun for All to raise awareness and support for SeriousFun Children’s Network, the organization of 30 camps and programs serving kids with serious illnesses founded by actor and philanthropist Paul Newman. SeriousFun for All premieres at 6 PM on Sunday, October 18th, all around the world. Learn more and register to participate in the virtual celebration of camp at seriousfun.org/seriousfunforall..

October 15, 2020

Exciting news - live music is back! The Sage Gateshead will reopening for socially distanced shows from 24 October and Kathryn Tickell and Peter Tickell are playing in a special one off event Follow the link below for tickets and additional information.  https://sagegateshead.com/whats-on/kathryn-tickells-saturday-social/. A live stream is also available...

October 15, 2020

Soundwaves Art is raising money for frontline healthcare workers and the arts in the wake of Covid-19. This print is #1 in a print run of 50 made from the sound waves of “Fields Of Gold”, and is signed by Sting. It is now up for auction through 21 October. www.charitybuzz.com. Additional prints from this print run are available for purchase at soundwavesartfoundation.com/band/sting/.

October 10, 2020

Sting and Melody Gardot will be (virtually) performing their song 'A Little Something' on Good Morning America  on Wednesday, October 14 so be sure to tune in or set your smart recorder! The shows airs on ABC from 7-9am ET...

October 9, 2020

Sting’s "My Songs" residency performances, originally scheduled from January 29 – February 13, 2021, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas have been rescheduled to October 29 - November 13, 2021. Fans who have purchased tickets to an affected performance will have their tickets automatically transferred to a new date with the exact same seats, including VIP packages where applicable...

October 5, 2020

'Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic' picked up an award at the 2020 BMI Awards this week with recognition for 9 million plays on US Radio. This remarkable achievement sits nicely alongside last years award for 'Every Breath You Take' which was similarly recognised for hitting 15 million performances...

ON THIS DAY...

 

22 October

2019: Sting performed at the Arkea Arena in Bordeaux, France.

2013: Sting and Bryan Adams performed at the annual TJ Martell Foundation Honors Gala held at Cipriani in New York City.

2012: Sting attended Billy Joel's "masterclass" for Universal Music Publishing executives at the Cutting Room in New York.

2011: Sting performed at the Wang Theatre at the Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston, USA. Read Review

2006: Sting & Edin Karamazov performed a track at the Echo Classical Gala in Munich. The Gala saw the presentation of Germany's top awards for the classical recording industry.

2004: Sting performed at Ford Amphitheatre in Tampa, USA. Read Review

1999: Sting performed at the Flint Centre in Cupertino, USA.

1994: Sting played at the biggest South African music and cultural event, in the country's largest venue - Johannesburg's Ellis Park - in front of 70,000 people.

1993: Sting performed at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Belgium during the 'Night of The Proms' concerts.

1991: Sting performed at the Walden Woods concert at Madison Square Garden in New York.

1989: Sting appeared as Macheath in the '3 Penny Opera' at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre in New York.

1988: Sting performed at Makomanai Sports Field in Sapporo, Japan.

1985: Sting performed at the Civic Centre in Birmingham, USA.

1981: 'Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic' was released as a single in the UK. Read More

1980: The Police performed at Saskatchewan Centre of Tech Arts in Regina, Canada.

1978: The Police performed at Grendel's Lair in Philadelphia, USA.

1977: Andy Summers took Sting and Stewart to Munich where he had a few commitments from his pre-Police days, to record and play some shows with composer Eberhard Schoener.

 

SUMMONER'S TALES...

“Amnesty International is the most civilized organization in history. I like its focus. It is non-violent, and it is effective. Its currency is the written word, and its weapon is the letter. Its focus on individuals and the concentration and tenacity with which they defend those imprisoned for their ideas has earned it the cautious respect of repressive governments throughout the world."

 

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