Go Johnny, go go go.
Concert proceeds went to charity
One year on from the tragic terror attacks.
The band aren’t fussed.
Lock him in
Let’s just say he called the performer “the bee man”.
Two of popular music’s most influential artists, Paul Simon and Sting, will bring their On Stage Together tour to Australia and New Zealand in 2015. Both musicians have extensive back catalogues. Sting has released 11 solo albums since his time in The Police, and Paul Simon, who has 12 solo records under his belt, is
Between royalties from The Police, his solo career, and however much he makes arsing about with orchestras and weird ukeleles, it’s safe to say Sting‘s pockets aren’t exactly empty. In fact, Celebrity Net Worth estimates his fortune to be $300 million, and not a dime is going to his kids. The 62-year-old musician told the
Winning the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role wasn’t enough for consummate performer Neil Patrick Harris. Going the extra mile to steal the show, NPH put on a blistering musical performance, even getting up close and personal with some show biz greats. “A year ago I was hosting the
Pop performers Rihanna and Bruno Mars are set to perform onstage at the upcoming 55th Grammy Awards, and will be joined by none other than rock legend Sting. As reported by the L.A. Times, there’s currently no news on what the assorted trio will perform. Taking place on 10th February, The Grammys will also see
Sting has moved his upcoming concert in the Philippines following news that stadium bosses were planning to uproot and relocate 182 trees as part of a venue expansion. The Guardian reports that the former Police frontman called off his scheduled gig at Pasay’s SM Mall of Asia Arena after he became aware of protests by