04.09.12 Sting, Chris Botti and famed photographer Fabrizio Ferri Join with The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary for Hearing Loss Awareness Campaign...


"I hope that with The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary as a partner, Chris Botti and I are able to remind people of the critical need to protect their hearing," says Sting, who narrated a Public Service Announcement (PSA) released by The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. The PSA is the centerpiece of a multi-platform hearing loss awareness campaign aimed to raise awareness about the importance of hearing testing.

Please check out www.iLikeMyHearing.org to learn more about hearing loss, which currently effects approximately 36 million people in the United States alone. You can also visit fb.com/iLikeMyHearing to view a "Favorite Sounds" video featuring Chris, Fabrizio and others discussing their favorite sounds, and to enter the "Favorite Sounds Sweepstakes" for a chance to win an opportunity for 10 friends to share dinner with Chris Botti at The New York Eye and Ear's November 15 gala in NYC.
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iburn4u - 04.09.12
Wonderful to see and hear
May is Speech & Hearing Month. Do yourself a favour and get your hearing assessed. Wear musician's hearing protection at concerts so you can still enjoy the sound quality and your inner ear hair cells can live to hear Sting play another day. ;0)
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Last night, Sting and Trudie Styler hosted The Revlon Concert for The Rainforest Fund at Carnegie Hall in New York City. They were joined by Sir Elton John, James Taylor, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Hudson, Bruno Mars, Vince Gill, and many more. Check out Sting and Trudie's interview with Katie Couric for Good Morning America here: video platform video management video solutions video player

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When she and Sting first visited South America's Amazon rainforest in 1988, Trudie Styler remembers flying into thick smoke from a fire raging below. "It was like seeing paradise and hell at the same time," she told a packed Carnegie Hall at last night's Revlon Concert for the Rainforest Fund. The evening's two-hour "Songs from the Silver Screen" event featured performances from Sir Elton John, James Taylor, Jennifer Hudson, Bruno Mars and more. Styler, who co-founded the Rainforest Fund to protect land and human rights for the indigenous there, singled out Chevron as the worst violator in Ecuador, where a court fined the oil giant $18 billion in February...
Elton John, Bruno Mars, Meryl Streep and others have a ball singing songs you wouldn't expect as Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum torridly tango. Imagine The Wizard of Oz starring Meryl Streep as Dorothy, James Taylor as the Scarecrow, Sting as the Tin Man and Elton John as the Cowardly Lion. Well, thanks to the Rainforest Fund benefit concert, you don't have to anymore. The show's surreal opening number featured that (noncostumed) all-star cast warbling 'If I Only Had a Brain', and it was only the beginning. These annual Carnegie Hall shows organized by Sting and his wife Trudie Styler always are a highlight of the musical year. They usually follow the concept of stars singing songs they've never done before and likely will never do again, thereby providing strong incentive for attendees to part with serious cash for the ultra-pricey tickets...

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What a night for the 20 plus year Rainforest Foundation: Trudie Styler produced her biennial all-star fundraiser at Carnegie Hall, probably the best ever with Sting, Elton John, James Taylor, Jennifer Hudson, Roseanne Cash, Esperanza Spaulding, Vince Gill, Bruno Mars, opera great Bryn Terfel, Rita Wilson, Meryl Streep, and Channing Tatum with his gorgeous dancer wife Jenna, and special guest Bill Clinton. They raised millions more for the preservation of the Rainforest and its indigenous people. So many highlights but probably no one will ever forget Elton John singing 'Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend' while Channing Tatum, wearing a vest and no shirt underneath, plus a black bowler, danced around him as if he were in the show, 'Chicago'. It was hilarious. Jennifer Hudson, of course, blew the doors off the building singing 'And I’m Telling You' from 'Dreamgirls'...