Cherrytree Records to Release Sting and Mylène Farmer’s “Stolen Car” on September 4...

August 28, 2015

Cherrytree Records is thrilled to be releasing “Stolen Car”, the stunning first collaboration between 16-time Grammy Award winning musician Sting and iconic French artist Mylène Farmer. “Stolen Car”, a much-loved Sting track has been completely reimagined by the duo and producer, The Avener. “Stolen Car”, a much-loved Sting track has been completely reimagined by the duo and their producer, The Avener. The single debuted in France last Friday at #1 on iTunes, where it stayed for four days straight. French radio came on board immediately, and the track is now #1 on adult radio and #16 on Top 40. “Stolen Car” will be available stateside this Friday, September 4th.

French superstar, Mylène Farmer - in the span of her 30-year career - has sold over 11 million albums worldwide, released 10 studio album and 6 live albums, all of which reached diamond status in France. Mylène is the first female artist in history to sell out the 80,000 capacity "Stade de France" two nights in a row. On her last arena tour, Mylène's tickets were sold out a full year in advance. She has cultivated her fervently loyal fan base through consummate songwriting, classic melodies and ground-breaking videos.


Aug 17, 2015

This Thursday, August 20 at 8AM/EST, a limited number of concert-only tickets for Carnegie Hall’s “An Evening with Sting: Symphonicities” on December 14 will go on sale exclusively to fan club members. The fan club pre-sale will end at 10AM/EST on Friday, August 21.

Jul 27, 2015

Lorde, Elbow, Sting, Of Monsters and Men, Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and other artists have all expressed their support for the Dalai Lama by contributing songs to a compilation album entitled Art of Peace: Songs for Tibet II that has been released on iTunes today.The songs represent a celebration of the Dalai Lama’s philosophy of compassion and non-violence and peace. It is designed to focus people’s attention on the global significance of his teachings and the gift of Tibetan culture. Proceeds from the album will be used to help improve economic conditions for Tibetan refugees and facilitate cultural preservation projects.