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STING PERFORMS SONGS FROM THE LAST SHIP ON THE COLBERT REPORT TONIGHT
and APPEARS ON THE TODAY SHOW TOMORROW MORNING
The Colbert Report Airs at on Comedy Central at 11:30pm ET/PT
The TODAY Show airs on NBC (Sting appears in the 9am…
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Sting and Trudie Styler will make their first appearance on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” next Thursday, April 10 at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT. The episode will feature an interview with Sting and Trudie discussing the upcoming Rainforest Fund 25th anniversary benefit concert. Sting will also perform songs from "The Last Ship," his new album and Broadway-bound musical of the same name. One song will be exclusively available for streaming at…Continue
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GREAT PERFORMANCES: STING THE LAST SHIP SPECIAL
PREMIERES TONIGHT ON PBS
Airs at 9pm ET/PT check local listings
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Be sure to tune in to see Sting perform "Drive My Car" with Ivy Levan and Michael Einziger TONIGHT on The Late Show with David Letterman as the show celebrates the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles first Ed Sullivan Show appearance. Airs at 11:35pm ET/PT on CBS.
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Tune in! Sting guest stars and performs ‘August Winds’ tonight on the Michael J. Fox Show ‘August Winds’ is also the motif of this holiday episode, with the song woven throughout. Tune in at 9:30/8:30c on NBC.
Rock legend Sting took his act from amphitheaters and stadiums and for an intimate acoustic set at Magicopolis in Santa Monica, Calif., to promote his new album, The Last Ship, Monday night.
Sting performed with artists from his record label Cherrytree Records, Matthew Koma, Ivy Levan, the Hunts, and Michael Kiwanuka.
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So I received an email on Monday morning from a music publicist asking if I wanted to go to a concert to check out a mini showcase from some artists on the Cherrytree Record label. One of the artists being Sting. I was like, Sting as in STING?? As in 16-time Grammy winner Sting??!
Um, yeah. Who could say no to that?
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Singing in a chanteylike cadence but in a minor key, his silvery voice taking on a northern brogue, Sting fleshed out a scene much like the one he’d just described. He hailed both the royalty and the rabble, “whatever the station in life you’ve become.” All were gathered there, he sang, for the heaving spectacle, “As a mountain of steel makes its way to…Continue
Sting's newly released album, also titled The Last Ship and featuring songs from the upcoming musical, is his first collection of new tunes in a decade. It came to fruition, he told the crowd, only after he was freed from writer's block by the concept of crafting songs to be delivered by other people, representing different perspectives.
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