"I have a very good life. I play music, I make money and I have an active life as some kind of philanthropist, and its all fine. You know, I get enough love and adulation. If everyone loved you, well, that would be boring, wouldn't it?"
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On 26 January...

2013: Sting and Rob Mathes were at Abbey Road studios adding orchestration to songs destined for 'The Last Ship' album release.

2011: Sting performed at the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre in Adelaide, Australia.

2008: The Police performed at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia.

2005: Sting performed at the Convention Centre in Hong Kong.

2004: Sting performed at the Performing Arts Centre in Tampa, USA.

2001: Sting performed at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center in Gainesville, USA.

2000: Sting performed at the Eilenriedehalle in Hannover, Germany.

1997: Sting performed at the International Congress Centre in Berlin, Germany.

1996: The new Harrison Ford film 'Sabrina' was released in the UK and featured Sting performing a track entitled 'Moonlight'.

1994: Sting performed at the Castle Hall in Osaka, Japan.

1986: Sting performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

1982: The Police performed at the Coliseum in Greensboro, USA.

1981: The Police performed at the Festival Hall in Osaka, Japan.

1980: The Police performed at the Warehouse in New Orleans, USA.

On July 16, Sting will perform at the Super Bock Super Rock Festival in Lisbon, Portugal! Tickets are on sale NOW at http://blueticket.pt.
We are pleased to announce that on Saturday, August 1, 2015, Sting will perform at St. Olav's Festival in Trondheim, Norway! Tickets go on sale tomorrow, January 13 at 9AM (local time). Please visit www.billettservice.no/event/447905 for details.
An hour into Sting's show at American Airlines Center on Sunday, he was enjoying complete command over a healthy crowd during a jammy rendition of "Roxanne." "I must have sang that song about a million times in my life," the 63-year-old legend told the audience, mid-tune. "But every time, I find something different… something that keeps it interesting." The same can be said of Sting's concerts in general. He's such a seasoned and skilled live performer that every experience feels special - even when it's part of a corporate-sponsored event tied to a college football game. The headliner kept the crowd standing and participating during the second night of AT&T's Playoff Playlist Live! series. He delved relatively deeply into the soul-soothing global styles of his days fronting the Police...

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THE LAST SHIP will play its final performance on Broadway on Saturday, January 24 at 8 p.m., it has been announced by the musical's producers. Named "Best Musical of 2014" by USA Today, THE LAST SHIP began previews on Broadway on September 29 prior to its official opening on October 26, 2014. When the show concludes its 4-month engagement, it will have played 29 preview performances on Broadway and 105 regular performances at the Neil Simon Theatre (250 W. 52 St.) THE LAST SHIP's music will live on with the Original Broadway Cast Recording, which was recently released on Universal Music Classics and debuted at #1 on Billboard's Cast Albums Chart last week...
The winners of the pairs of tickets to see the Last Ship at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York on 15 January plus a meet and greet with Sting were Debbie Loft, Jock Lowndes, Laura Hessel and Sharon Kimberley Cravens. Thanks to everyone who entered!
Sting and The Last Ship co-star Rachel Tucker recently stopped by the Wall Street Journal for an exclusive interview and performance. You can watch the full interview at http://www.wsj.com/video/ and performances of The Last Ship and August Winds...

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Singer Sting is "a huge presence" in the Broadway musical he wrote and now appears in, according to one review. The ex-Police frontman is "electrifying in his two big solos" and has had a "galvanising impact" on the cast of The Last Ship, Variety's critic wrote. "Sting seems very much in his element," said USA Today's reviewer, praising the "blazing charisma" he gives his role. The 63-year-old is playing shipyard foreman Jackie White in his self-penned musical until 24 January. Previously lacklustre ticket sales have seen a boost since the singer confirmed he was joining the show for a limited period. According to the New York Times, "weekly takings have gone up by a couple hundred thousand dollars" since his first performance on 9 December. Despite this, its reviewer continued, "Sting's presence doesn't alter the chemistry of the show in any significant way"...
Two festival performances have been confirmed for Sting's summer 2015 tour! On July 21, he will play the Festival Collisioni in Barolo, followed by the Pistoia Blues Festival in Pistoia on July 24. Tickets will go on sale exclusively to Sting.com fan club members beginning tomorrow, December 20 at 10AM (local time). Tickets will be available to the public on Monday, December 22 at 11AM (local time). Stay tuned in the New Year as additional tour dates will be announced. See you on the road!
A once-in-a-lifetime Broadway event will take place this Sunday, December 21 at 6 p.m. following the matinee performance of The Last Ship when patrons are invited to meet Sting and members of the cast on stage at the Neil Simon Theatre (250 W. 52 St.) as they sign copies of the recently released Original Broadway Cast Recording. 16-time Grammy Award winning musician Sting, who now stars in The Last Ship (for which he also composed the score), will be joined by cast mates Michael Esper, Rachel Tucker, Jimmy Nail, Fred Applegate, Aaron Lazar, Sally Ann Triplett and Collin Kelly-Sordelet...
Sting's musical The Last Ship hit Broadway this fall, so it's no surprise the rocker-turned-composer sat down for an interview with one of the hottest theater critics around – a kindergartner from Arlington, Virginia named Iain Armitage. Armitage began reviewing plays at the age of six, after his mother took him to see Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellan perform in Waiting for Godot. Some 6-year-olds might consider sitting through a two-hour play a punishment, but Iain was mesmerized. He loved the show so much his mother encouraged him to post his thoughts to YouTube – and his videos have been going viral ever since...