“Stewart was quite the gentleman, completely different style but wow what a hell of a drummer he is. I would sit and watch him every night when we were playing
The Police were just halfway into their career by the time the tour documentary Around The World first came out. They were still a few years away from writing and
Akron/Family have lined up a month-long North American tour in support of Sub Verses
New Orleans was lit up recently by a full moon hovering over the city, creating an enchanting ambience to an evening filled with music from one of today’s biggest stars. Backed by the divine Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, former Police front man Sting cradled and released compositions from his vast oeuvre of songwriting accomplishments.
Summers and Copeland claim publicly that they've struck that delicate balance between the acceptance of Sting as the undisputed creative force and providing him the freedom to utilize it, warts and all. That fragile equilibrium was in full display on the very same stage where they officially said goodbye. The results were electrifying enough to remind everyone in attendance why they were so big in the first place.