Eighteen dates are set to be announced tomorrow for the tour, which is simply called “Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together,” with more to be announced soon.
Beginning in 1986, the Human Rights Concerts toured the globe to raise funds and awareness of Amnesty International. Acts like Bruce Springsteen, Sting, U2, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page and more took the stage to perform for a cause.
The last few months of the year – known in the music industry as “fourth quarter,” or “Q4″ if you’ve into brevity- is when a number of superstar acts release their new albums, in anticipation of the all-important Christmas buying season. Here’s a few releases by legendary artists, as well as a couple who are on their way towards that status.
From September 25 to October 9, Sting will take over the Public Theater in New York City to play not only his hits, but also songs from his new album, ‘The Last Ship,’ out September 24.
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, […]
Sting has just been added to the long list of performers at the GRAMMYS. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who hasn’t released a new album since 2009′s If On A Winter’s Night…, will […]
Billed as a special performance, the Recording Academy announced today, Monday, February 4, that previously announced performer Rihanna will join Bruno Mars and Sting for a special performance on the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards. No […]
For the third consecutive year, Sting will embark on his Back to Bass Tour. The tour, which kicks off May 30th in British Columbia, includes 11 U.S. shows throughout June. Full tour dates below, with […]
Elton John, Eddie Vedder, Jackson Browne, Patti Smith, Neil Young, Tom Morello, Mavis Staples, Sting, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Natalie Maines, Juanes, John Legend, Alabama Shakes, Emmylou Harris, Jim James and Mumford & Sons will all perform Springsteen songs. The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart, an avowed Springsteen fan, will host the show.
Former Police guitarist Andy Summers will premiere a documentary at the New York Documentary Festival on November 9th. Titled “Can’t Stand Losing You,” the film is based on Summers’ 2006 autobiography “One Train Later: A Memoir” and will take an in-depth look into the Police from the ’70s, ’80s and their reunion tour from 2007-2008.