Sting On World Cafe...

April 03, 2017

During his recent stop in Philadelphia during the North American leg of the 57th & 9th tour, Sting took time out for an interview with Talia Schlanger the host of NPR's World Cafe radio show. Listen to the full audio interview at


Apr 2, 2017

Returning to Luxembourg, Sting brought his enviable vocal tones to Rockhal on Saturday night. After disbanding The Police at the height of their success in the 80s, Sting went onto just as much success with his solo work, accumulating over 16 Grammy Awards over the years. Last year saw him release his first rock record in over a decade and his 12th studio album overall, with “57th & 9th”. Taking to the stage at five minutes to nine, with his son Joe Sumner and the support band The Last Bandoleros on backing vocals, Sting managed to catch many of the crowd by surprise...

Mar 31, 2017

The sometime Policeman talks vintage guitars, his light-fingered offspring and the power of jazz - “If I had to choose one guitar to take to a desert island, I’d take my custom Martin acoustic, which I adore - it’s a beautiful instrument. Before I got that one, I played a Martin from 1916 called a Ditson..."