Sting Tickets for Sale
Sting began the year by announcing a few choice live North American concerts featuring himself and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra as his backing band. The list has grown, giving many more the opportunity to find Sting tickets for a concert date near them. The short tour begins June 2, 2010 at the Centre for Performing Arts in Vancouver, British Columbia and tentatively ends on July 30 at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York. In between he has tour dates in Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas, and in the suburbs of Chicago.
Sting was born October 2, 1951 in England. He is considered by many to be one of the best love songwriters of our time. He initially was lead singer and writer for the immensely popular and explosive band, The Police. In 1984, the band broke up with Sting owning all the song rights and continuing the pursuit of a solo career.His first solo album, Dream of the Blue Turtles was released in 1985 to very high critical acclaim. This is considered by many when Sting ventured off into a Jazz music obsession. This album sold over 2 million in sales and produced 3 top ten hits, "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free," "Fortress Around Your Heart" and "Love Is the Seventh Wave." Soon after, Sting hit the road promoting his album and was even personally shocked at the success. He was so shocked that he even released a tour documentary entitled Bring on the Night.
Not only was Sting a successful music superstar, he was also a humanitarian by being part of such efforts as Amnesty International, Live Aid, Band Aid, and Rainforest Foundation.
|Apr 25 Wed 7:30 PM||Sting||Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art
New York, NY
|Apr 26 Thu 7:30 PM||Sting||Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art
New York, NY
In 1993, Sting released a less dark album entitled, Ten Summoner Tales, which still managed to have a few top 20 hits including "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You," and "Fields of Gold." Sting then dabbled in a music soundtrack with Bryan Adams and Rod Stewart in the song "All For Love" for the film, The Three Musketeers. This single hit the top of the charts.
However, in 1999, Sting came back stronger than ever and released "A Brand New Day" which became a smash hit. He earned 2 Grammy Awards and in the process he somehow defeated the immensely popular Ricky Martin. Sting's latest album, Sacred Love, was released in September 2003. Just before the release, Sting was made a CBE by Queen Elizabeth II for services to the music industry. In November he published his memoirs entitled Broken Music.
OnlineSeats will have the Sting tickets for his newly announced tour dates and any other concert stop he chooses to add after those in the summer of 2010.