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September 13, 2019

On September 20, @GretaThunberg and young people across the world are striking to demand urgent action on the #ClimateEmergency - but they can't do it alone. We’re all needed to join the global #ClimateStrike and make our governments act. Visit for info. This September, millions of us will walk out of our workplaces and homes to join young climate strikers on the streets and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. Our house is on fire - let’s act like it. We demand climate justice for everyone.

September 12, 2019

Sting storms to the summit of Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated Sept. 14) with "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free 2019" (2-1). One of six songs produced by Dave Aude for Sting's My Songs release, "Free" was remixed by Tom Stephan, among others. Sting's original version of the song hit No. 10 on the tally in 1985. He earns his fourth No. 1, following "Send Your Love" (October 2003), "Stolen Car (Take Me Dancing)" (featuring Twista; August 2004) and an update of "Car," with Mylene Farmer (February 2016).

September 9, 2019

Sting was in Detroit Monday evening selling a story of community, hard work, love and passion set in a city that is suffering the effects of losing the main industry that keeps its people alive. The Grammy Award-winning musician performed for a small audience of Broadway in Detroit for season subscribers, sponsors and local media Tuesday night to promote his upcoming musical, "The Last Ship." He'll be back in April to star in the Tony Award-nominated musical - or a play with music, as he describes it - when "The Last Ship"... 

September 9, 2019

He'll return in April to star in "The Last Ship" about his hometown in England. There was Sting, rock’s Renaissance man, seated on a chair, acoustic guitar in hand, lyrics on a tablet on a music stand, at the sparsely filled Ordway Concert Hall on Sunday evening. Playing to his smallest Twin Cities audience since his local debut with the Police 40 years ago at the long-gone Longhorn rock club, Sting came to share the story and songs of “The Last Ship,” his 2014 Broadway bust that’s coming to the Ordway in April - with Sting in a starring role.

September 6, 2019

Sting will perform in Japan in October 2019 with his latest album "My Songs", and to commemorate these shows a special version of “My Songs” will be released on 4 October, which includes live recordings from the current tour. Released in May 2019, "My Songs" contains a modern update of the classic songs of The Police and Sting. The Japanese release of “My Songs” will be a deluxe 2 CD set with 11 new live recordings from the “2019 My Songs Tour” currently being performed overseas. Tickets for performances in Japan are now on sale.

September 5, 2019

Composer, singer-songwriter, actor, author and activist Sting will headline celebrations for Peace One Day’s 20th anniversary at Shakespeare’s Globe on London’s Bankside this September. This year Sting was recognised by the BMI Pop Awards for his enduring hit single “Every Breath You Take” as the Most Performed Song on radio, and he will close the concert with a special performance for Peace Day.



15 September

2013: Sting guested on the Scandinavian TV show Skavlan which was recorded in London.

2011: Sting performed with the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio at the 92nd Street Y at a memorial event for Herman Sandler who lost his life on 9/11.

2010: Accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Sting performed at Crokus City Hall in Moscow, Russia.

1998: Krishna Das's album 'Pilgrim Heart' was released and features Sting on two tracks, 'Mountain Hare Krishna' and 'Ring Song'.

1997: Sting was one of the guests at a star-studded benefit concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England entitled 'Music for Montserrat'.

1991: Sting performed at Cumberland County Civic Centre in Portland, USA.

1989: Sting appeared as Macheath in the '3 Penny Opera' at the National Theatre in Washington DC.

1988: Sting performed at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Canada as part of the Amnesty International tour.

1985: Sting performed at the Civic Centre in Ottawa, Canada.

1979: The Police performed at the New Theatre in Oxford, England.


"I took up music, realising that was a way to escape. Now I have this huge passion and urge, to go back and try and figure out what it was that I was born into because it was quite a surreal landscape and a very powerful and symbolic one, so as an artist it is your duty to return, at least in a creative way, and give that place honour."


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