The Back To Bass Summer 2013 tour kicked off on May 30 in Kelowna, BC!

May 31, 2013

The Back To Bass Summer 2013 tour kicked off on May 30 in Kelowna, BC! Check out this photo of Sting rehearsing for opening night and for a glance at the opening night's setlist. If you were there be sure to tell us what you thought of the show by posting your comments over at

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posted by angdil
Non vedo l'ora che arrivi luglio e precisamente il giorno 8 all'arena di verona con il mitico e grande Sting con tutta la sua bend:Dominc Miller,Jo Lawry,ecc.ecc. Ciao a tutti:Angelo
posted by gmsdma
Sacred Love
Looks like the set list has changed a bit--but OH NO all the Sacred Love songs are gone from the set! So sad about this. Sting please bring back Sacred Love! Amazing song and performed wonderfully the 8 times I heard it on the tour! Bring back Sacred Love!!! And Never Coming Home! Incredible!
posted by musicslave
Quick favor in Victoria....
Hoping to manage a quick autograph keepsake today in Victoria, Sting. Hope you stop by the venue stage gate around sound-check time to say hello!!! I'll be there and it would be a treasured moment for me. Thanks in advance! David.
posted by johnnyjumpstart
no surprises......
basically the same setlist........
posted by pumkin
Tears of Joy
I am so excited. Santa Barbara just 4 days away.
posted by mine
The Back To Bass Summer 2013 tour kicks
Enjoy everyone!!! When you going to this great performes. I am going july 10th Have fun
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May 30, 2013

David Sancious has played with everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Santana, Seal and Bryan Ferry. Nine weeks of world travel started Tuesday morning for keyboardist David Sancious, who won't return to his home in Woodstock, New York, until the second week of August. Not that the 59-year-old is complaining. "When we go out on tour with Sting, it's as nice as it could be," Sancious said Monday, prior to departing for Kelowna and the start of Sting's Back to Bass Tour. "We fly in a private plane, most of the time, and with [an instrument] technician at our beck and call. But as high as it has gotten for me, I don't lose touch with the basics of what it means to be a musician..."

May 29, 2013
North American syndicated Rock radio show and website InTheStudio: The Stories Behind Historys Greatest Rock Bands investigates June 1983 when The Police Synchronicity album spent a staggering 17 weeks at # 1 on the U.S. album chart (only Michael Jacksons Thriller would do more at 22 weeks). But even more impressive was that all four previous Police albums would end up re-entering the Billboard Top 200 by years end. The Police found mass appeal success with the arresting Grammy Award-winning Song of the Year "Every Breath You Take". The bands endless touring would culminate with the biggest tour of ’83-’84 and would unfortunately set the stage for their disbandment. Sting, a voracious reader, explains where the albums title came from, as well as the decision to end The Police to InTheStudio host Redbeard...