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Sting - "We'll be watching you"

The band includes Sting, vocals,


Sting's most popular DVDs and CDs:
Fields of Gold, Sting & The Police, Brand New Day, Sacred Love

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Set list:

Message in a Bottle 4:42
Driven to Tears 4:18
E very Breath You Take 5:23

Discography:

Fields of Gold

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Sting at Live 8

Sting, former member of the 70's band The Police was born Gordon Matthew Sumner in October 2, 1951. He grew up in Newcastle, England the son of a milkman. Early on he knew that he wanted to be a performer and it is no surprise that he has been able to make his make in music.

From 1971 to 1974, he attended Northern Counties Teacher Training College. As well as working as a teacher, Sting also dug ditches before finding his way into music.

Prior to joining the band The Police, Sumner played in jazz-rock bands, including the Phoenix Jazzmen and Last Exit. It was in the band the Phoenix Jazzman that he allegedly got his nickname "Sting". He showed up one day wearing a yellow and black striped sweater fellow band member Gordon Solomon remarked that he looked like a bumblebee; thus "Sting".

From 1977 until 1985, Sting sang and played bass guitar for the band The Police. Their musical style has been described as pop, rock regaee and punk. The Police put out 5 albums and 3 compilation albums. During that time, Sting appeared in Quadrophenia, (a British film based on the Who album of the same name), and headlined the U.S. Festival.

Following their short-lived success of 1980 and 1981 the band took a break in 1982 to pursued side projects.

Sting released The Dream of the Blue Turtles in 1985 and performed at the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium with Branford Marsalis.

Sting has also released such classics as Bring on the Night, Nothing Like the Sun, The Soul Cages, Ten Summoner's Tales, Mercury Falling and Brand New Day.

Sting was back at Bob Geldof's side in support of the cause this July 2005. He decided on offereing to the audience his classics, Message in a Bottle, Driven to Tears and Every Breath You Take.

Each track seeming ever so poignant due to the nature of the event.

Sting replied when asked for comment "You can't just throw money at a problem and make it disappear," he said backstage in Hyde Park before his set. "I think it's really about infrastructure and creating long term, stable societies that can have children growing up safe and in good health. It's not going to happen overnight, but I think this is a good beginning."

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Bands that played Live 8 London

Mariah Carey
Coldplay
Dido
Ms. Dynamite
Bob Geldof
Peter Kay
Keane
The Killers
Elton John
Annie Lennox
Madonna
Paul McCartney
Pink Floyd
Razorlight
REM
Scissor Sisters
Snoop Dogg
Snow Patrol
Stereophonics
Joss Stone
Sting
Travis
U2
UB40
Velvet Revolver
Robbie Williams

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