Among other things, Springsteen and U2 are releasing new albums, and we’re hoping Bob Seger might as well.
Art Garfunkel turns 72, and how does his ol’ partner reward him? By forgoing him for Sting!
Eighteen dates are set to be announced tomorrow for the tour, which is simply called “Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together,” with more to be announced soon.
Beginning in 1986, the Human Rights Concerts toured the globe to raise funds and awareness of Amnesty International. Acts like Bruce Springsteen, Sting, U2, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page and more took the stage to perform for a cause.
The last few months of the year – known in the music industry as “fourth quarter,” or “Q4″ if you’ve into brevity- is when a number of superstar acts release their new albums, in anticipation of the all-important Christmas buying season. Here’s a few releases by legendary artists, as well as a couple who are on their way towards that status.
This fall, Sting is celebrating the release of his first album in a decade by playing ten intimate shows in the Big Apple.
Well, I can honestly say I didn’t see THIS one comin’…
Sting has announced that he’ll release a new record called The Last Ship this fall. It will be the singer’s first album of original material in a decade.
If you were listening to the radio in the summer of 1983, there were two albums you couldn’t avoid: one was Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and the other was the Police’s swan song, Synchronicity.
The guys’s a total throwback and THAT’S what I love about him!