04.18.13 Back To Bass Summer 2013 Tour – Montreux Jazz Festival Now Confirmed...


On Tuesday, July 16, Sting will perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland!

There are a variety of options available, ranging from single-day tickets to passes for the entire Festival. For details, please visit http://www.montreuxjazzfestival.com/2013/en/tickets/buy.

This now completes the itinerary for the Back To Bass Summer 2013 tour…we hope to see you on the road!
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sandrine_ - 05.15.13
price
Very expansive
drumbodin - 05.12.13
2013
Setlist please? Is Vinnie and Dominique still in..? // Bjorn`Gyro´Bodin
For the past few weeks, Sting.com members have been voting on designs for the exclusive 2013 Sting.com fan club t-shirt that members will receive as part of the updated 2013 membership package. The results are in and we are pleased to announce that the winner is...

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Quite a night for Nancy Hunt and Nile Rodgers’ We Are Family Foundation: they finally got to honor Sting and Trudie Styler for their work with the Rainforest Foundation, postponed from last October 31st - remember that date? It was Hurricane Sandy. The reboot turned into a wild night of fantastic music as Sting, "Soul Man" Sam Moore fresh his White House PBS gig, and Nile Rodgers with Chic rocked the Manhattan Ballroom for an invited audience. Styler first spoke so eloquently about the work of both foundations. It was lovely...

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''...Sting's 75-minute set was an enticing combination of solo and Police hits - he opened with 'If I Ever Lose My Faith in You' and 'Demolition Man', stalking the stage with pursed lips as he thumped out his bass lines - and more obscure gems such as 'Hounds of Winter'. Even in such a mainstream setting, Sting educated the audience with challenging music provided by his own abilities and those of his band, including longtime guitarist Dominic Miller and newer addition Peter Tickell, a wonder on violin. At 61, Sting is still able to command the big notes on 'Message in a Bottle', though 'De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da' was slightly modified for key and, perhaps, to keep things interesting for the band...''
On Thursday, April 11, the We Are Family Foundation will honor Sting and Trudie Styler with the Humanitarian Award at the Manhattan Center's Grand Ballroom in New York City. The event will feature performances by Sting, Nile Rodgers & CHIC and special guests. The We Are Family Foundation, a not-for-profit organization founded by songwriter/producer Nile Rodgers, creates and supports programs to inspire and educate the global community about respect, understanding, and cultural diversity. The Humanitarian Award honors those who have made tremendous efforts and inroads to help improve the human condition throughout the world. Previous recipients include Jackson Browne, Peter Gabriel, Sir Elton John, and television and radio host Larry King...

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