‘Herb Alpert Is…’ features Questlove, Sting, Quincy Jones and a host of other influential artists and producers discussing the legacy and continued philanthropic work of the cultural icon.
Hailed as ‘a musical diary of the heart’, ‘The Soul Cages’ found Sting reckoning with the death of his father, channelling his grief into a creative peak.
A phenomenon upon release, ‘Desert Rose’ was an inspired fusion of Algerian folk music and contemporary electronica that became a high-water mark for Sting.
The former schoolteacher featured briefly on the UK charts of the 1970s, but lingers long in the hearts of those who know him.
After an uncertain start, Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland were getting to be UK chart regulars by the time of 'Walking On The Moon.'
The duo's '44/876' album went on to win the Best Reggae Album award at the 61st Grammy Awards in February 2019.
A collection of B-sides and rarities, ‘Flexible Strategies’ proves what a versatile group The Police were, and reveals a number of long-lost gems along the way.
The star will headline Capital One JamFest at Centennial Olympic Park on 5 April, her first non-Lover Fest 2020 gig.
Widely regarded as one of new wave’s key albums, ‘Outlandos D’Amour’ introduced The Police as virtuosos with enough aggression to appease the punks.
In an artistic about-turn that no one predicted, Sting confidently explored classical music across three albums that remain some of his most experimental.
The former Police frontman's 'My Songs' World Tour resumes this month in Asia followed by additional performances in Europe and the US.
Topping the charts in the UK and reaching No.3 in the US, The Police’s ‘Ghost In The Machine‘ included several of the band’s most enduring hit singles.
‘Reggatta De Blanc’ marked the moment where The Police synthesised their influences into something unique, becoming one of the biggest bands on the planet.
The collection features the band's entire recorded output, with a bonus disc, 'Flexible Strategies', containing exclusive bonus material of non-album recordings and B-sides.
Taking a stand against millennial anxieties, Sting’s ‘Brand New Day’ is suffused with an optimism that ensures the song’s continued relevance.