Bid on a Sting Signed Elder Statesman Cashmere Beanie to Benefit St. Mungo's Broadway...

January 30, 2015

Sting has donated a limited-edition cashmere cap, designed and produced by Greg Chait of The Elder Statesman for Sting & Paul Simon’s "On Stage Together" tour, to benefit St. Mungo's Broadway's Wooly Hat Day auction. This American-made hat is crafted from plush cashmere in a dark melange grey with a hand embossed leather patch featuring Sting & Paul Simon's signatures. Sting has hand-signed the hat’s tag as well as the embossed leather patch.

Bidding is now open at St Mungo’s Broadway believes that no one should be homeless and that people can – and do - recover from the issues that create homelessness. Each night we provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people who are homeless. We support men and women in more than 250 projects, including emergency, hostel and supportive housing projects, advice services and specialist physical health, mental health, skills and work services.


Jan 28, 2015

On the end of one line is Paul Simon, somewhere in New England. On the other is Sting, somewhere in New York. They would be rehearsing together for their joint tour which hits Auckland tomorrow night and New Plymouth on Saturday, but for the fact that the former bassist frontman of The Police has to see off the final shows of his Broadway show The Last Ship - based on the shipbuilding industry of his hometown, Newcastle - before it closes, having been less than a runaway success. Ah well, it happens to the best of them - Simon's 1997 Broadway show The Capeman lost millions. But before Sting headed into theatre land, the pair had been on tour together in the United States, with reviews suggesting the seemingly incongruous partnership worked a treat, with individual sets and shared numbers, which have seen Sting in the Art Garfunkel role on some of Simon's biggest songs...

Jan 28, 2015

On July 26, 2015, Sting will perform at the Festival de Carcassonne in Carcassonne, France. This concert marks Sting's return to the Festival after performing at the first edition in 2006. Tickets will be available to the general public beginning tomorrow, January 29 at 10AM (local time). For more information, please visit