Sting

Sting Joins Jimmy Fallon to Play 'Don't Stand So Close To Me' With At-Home Instruments

Using objects found around the house, Sting and Jimmy Fallon delivered an updated version of the suddenly, extremely relevant “Don’t Stand So Close To Me.”
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Watch Sting Beautifully Cover Otis Redding's "(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay”

Sting partnered with the Alzheimer's Association as part of their "Music Moments" project and covered the Otis Redding classing "(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay.”
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Sting Says He Became a Dad 'By Accident… Six Times'

Sting had two children with his first wife, Frances Tomelty, and four with his current wife, Trudie Styler. He says being a married father early on, before he found fame, has made him realize that he’s glad he wasn’t a star at age 16.
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How Sting Keeps Decades Worth of Hits Still Sounding Fresh

Sting is preparing for his first-ever Vegas residency, and while fans can expect to hear the songs that helped him win 17 GRAMMYs and induct him into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, he’s not just going to be going through the motions either. My Songs is based on the album of the same name that he...
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The 7 Most Undeniable Songs by The Police

Before he was a major international solo artist and activist, Sting was a member of The Police . While The Police were only together from 1977 to 1984, they accomplished a lot. The band had five UK chart-topping albums and snagged six GRAMMY Awards during their tenure. The band made strides from...
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Setlist: Sting Rocks Ravinia & Treats Crowd To Two Encores

It was the perfect soundtrack for a picturesque summer evening North of Chicago as Sting treated concertgoers at Ravinia to a career spanning setlist. Mixing songs from his solo catalog, The Police, and even one from his recent collaboration with Shaggy, Sting played 19 tracks and gave the crowd...
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Backstage At The Aragon With Sting

With Sting and The Police this week's Friday Feature, we revisit this preshow interview from 2017
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The Police, A Leopard and the Case of the Missing Microphones

The Hullabaloo in Rennselaer, N.Y. was a music club owned and built by a carpenter so its interior was largely unfinished wood. It smelled like a saw mill and in the days of cigarette smoking, you couldn’t help but feel that you were watching music in a tinderbox. The Hullabaloo had a working...
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How Sting Writes A Setlist

"It would be hard for me to come away from a show and not sing 'Roxanne.'"
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Sting and Shaggy Talk Chemistry Behind New Joint Album

The duo will release '44/876,' on April 20.
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