Performing His Most Celebrated Songs
Featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra
Conducted by Steven Mercurio
New Sting Album, SYMPHONICITIES, to be Released this Summer on Deutsche Grammophon… Continue
Added by Sting on May 19, 2010 at 6:30am —
Added by Sting on June 9, 2010 at 11:09am —
In just under two weeks, 'Symphonicities', the highly-anticipated companion album to Sting's Symphonicity World Tour, will be released by Cherrytree Records & Deutsche Grammophon. However, Sting fans in North America don't have to wait that long to hear what Sting has in store come July 13th.
Starting today, if you live in North America and you pre-order 'Symphonicities' from the Sting Online Store, you will instantly receive a free download of the completely re-imagined… Continue
Added by Sting on July 6, 2010 at 4:09pm —
Sting's new album 'Symphonicities', which includes some of his most celebrated songs re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, will be released by Cherrytree Records & Deutsche Grammophon on July 13 and is now available for pre-order from most on-line music stores.
'Symphonicities' is the companion CD to accompany Sting's
highly-anticipated world tour, which began on June 2 in Vancouver, featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Steven Mercurio (Bocelli,… Continue
Added by Sting on June 11, 2010 at 8:00am —
Sting's classical effect: The former Police front man is touring with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. Unlike his former band's reunion tour, he is enjoying himself... reports The Los Angeles Times
Sting's classical effect...
The former Police front man is touring with the Royal…
Added by Sting on June 18, 2010 at 3:25pm —
Deutsche Grammophon/Cherrytree Announces New STING CD, Continue
To Accompany His World Tour,
Featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Conducted by Steven Mercurio
New Album, to be Released July 13, Includes Sting's Most Celebrated Songs
Re-Imagined for Symphonic Arrangement
First Single, “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” Currently Available At All Digital Retailers Including…
Added by Sting on June 25, 2010 at 2:09pm —
Thanks for tuning in to "Love, Kills xx" each week! Enter my competition for a chance to win a "CALL ME KILLS" hand made tee shirt as seen in episode 7. Submit your wildest, most creative idea for an episode of "Love, Kills xx " below and the winner's idea will be used in an… Continue
Added by Natalia Kills on July 12, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Check out this article in New York Magazine on Cherrytree Artists Die Antwoord - "Sounds like: nothing you've ever heard. The two M.C.'s rhyme in a mesmerizing combo of accented English, the occasional Dutch and their native… Continue
Added by Die Antwoord on July 12, 2010 at 6:00pm —
Click here to preview the new EP "5" from Die Antwoord on the Pitchfork website. "5" will be available at all good digital retailers from tomorrow and in stores July 27.
Added by Die Antwoord on July 12, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Check out this feature on Robyn in NME where she talks about things ranging from her first concert to her favourite cartoon… Continue
Added by Robyn on July 8, 2010 at 2:29pm —
This week, Robyn's "Don't F*cking Tell Me What To Do" has made it well into the Top 10 of the Cool Cuts Charts, arriving firmly at Number 7. "Don't F*cking Tell Me What to Do" is available on her new album "Body Talk Pt. 1" out now. The Cool Cuts is the UK’s leading tastemaker dance chart compiled from reactions from tastemaker DJs and the Cool Cuts panel, now in it’s 22nd year.
Added by Robyn on July 8, 2010 at 2:32pm —
"Martin's Vinyl Vault" show on Cherrytree Radio will be retired in 5 weeks. Tune in to the last 5 episodes on Thu and Sat at 9am and 4pm PDT.
Added by Cherrytree on July 8, 2010 at 1:38pm —
Added by Cherrytree on July 7, 2010 at 12:13pm —
Our interview with Jaeki in Complex Magazine is now up… got a chance to go in-depth talkin about our history to signing with Cherrytree/ Interscope to our thoughts on party music vs lyricism vs us…
FM COMPLEX INTERVIEW PART 1…
Added by FAR EAST MOVEMENT on July 6, 2010 at 4:15pm —
Sorry for the great length of silence that has passed on this blog. You may however be pleased to know that the time has been spent most constructively as you will find out below, although I am afraid that this trend will not be stopping anytime soon. In fact this will be my last post until the end of the year or at least until recording of the album has been completed.
There have been two wonderful shows recently that rank among my favourites of all time. The… Continue
Added by Noah and the Whale on July 6, 2010 at 4:07pm —
Another day off...another day shopping!
I got a J.Lindeberg trench and Nicole Fahri for SO cheap! The Selfridges sale is dangerous when you have days off.
My girlfriend and I then went and met my Dad, my Grandpa, my auntie, and her boyfriend (David Warner from the Omen and Titanic!) I didn't even know he did those films?! Crazy.
We went on afterwards to go BOWLING! Its been so long, and you could tell. My friend Peter has been tour managing 3oh3 and has done a… Continue
Added by La Roux on July 6, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Anyone not listening to Robyn should start now. Her new album, Body Talk Pt. 1, is a well-executed confection of pop and hip-hop that cannot be missed. Continue
Seriously, give this woman a chance. And, don’t write her off because she’s blonde-headed and singing dance and pop music. Lately, it seems that everyone cruising Youtube and message boards are accusing female singers of copying the over-dominating Lady Gaga, simply because she is the latest craze. But, before you say that about…
Added by Robyn on July 6, 2010 at 3:58pm —
"We can't imagine who would be dumb enough to jilt the Swedish dance-pop queen, but we're thrilled to hear her singing away her heartbreak over a meaty electro groove."
Click the picture to see the enlarged version of the… Continue
Added by Robyn on July 6, 2010 at 12:20pm —
We arrived at John Henry's (rehearsal room) at like 1pm to set up some of our other equipment to make sure it all worked as we have a festival in Portugal one day, and one in Scotland the day after, so 1 set needs to go to one, and one to the other. This took most the day for the poor crew and a little bit for me.
I had a few hours off so I went to Wireless festival in Hyde Park. I can easily say it is the most threatened I have EVER felt at a festival! Even the… Continue
Added by La Roux on July 4, 2010 at 6:30pm —
So todays festival looked like a village fate as we rolled in on the bus. We all looked out of the window of the back lounge and "awww"ed at it. It's funny how after a year of touring we found ourselves awwing at a festival that must have held 15,000 people per stage!!
The setting was beautiful. A big old stereotypical french house held all of the dressing rooms in. Each of which would have made a dream flat. The food was stereotypical french food - cheeses, wines, (and nothing for… Continue
Added by La Roux on July 3, 2010 at 6:30pm —