Back To Bass Tour Sting
Most of you know the great singer just as Sting but his actual name is Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner. He was born on October 2, 1951
, in Wallsend, England
. Since childhood, he loved playing his old Spanish guitar left by his uncle. Throughout his teenage, he used to sneak into nightclubs and watch the live music acts that further intensified his passion for music. He achieved his degree in teaching and started working as a teacher during day and playing with local jazz bands at night. Interestingly, one day he was performing with a yellow and black sweater with stripes so it looked that he was wearing a bee costume, which in turn earned him the nickname Sting. Music was always in his soul and you can witness his passion live at the Back to Bass Tour Sting
Sting entered the media limelight when he moved to London
and formed a band with Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers. The band, the Police, was an ultra hit as it churned out hit songs and albums one after another. The band’s fantastic music earned it six Grammy Awards. The last album containing the iconic song “Every Breath You Take
” was released in 1983. The band members, then, mutually decided to pursue their solo projects. If you attend the Back to Bass Tour Sting
concert, you will not only hear great songs from “the Police
,” but will also witness the true passion of Sting by listening to his meaningful, intelligent songs as a solo singer.
Sting launched his career as a solo singer in 1981 with a concert for Amnesty International and was very well-received. It also sparked his interest in philanthropic causes and working for political and social issues. The first and Triple Platinum solo album, “The Dream of the Blue Turtles,”
came out in 1985 and earned raving reviews due to the marvelous songs like “Russians,” “Fortress Around Your Heart,” “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free,”
and “Love Is The Seventh Wave.”
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event and see this true star who really cares about the social issues in this world.
Sting continued with his philanthropic interests performing for fund-raising events while also featuring on songs for other singers like Phil Collins. The second solo album came out in 1987 and reached Double Platinum with its hit songs like “Fragile,”
and “We’ll Be Together.”
The album was dedicated to his mother who had died recently. The 1991 album, “The Soul Cages,”
was dedicated to his father and spawned more hit songs; it also reached the Platinum level. “Ten Summoner’s Tale”
was released in 1993 and was a super hit reaching Triple Platinum level. His next album was initially received strongly but didn’t reach the level of his previous album. However, he continued releasing hit singles and performing live at various concerts. He came back with another hit album in 1999 called the “Brand New Day”
with the hit single “Desert Rose.”
Sting still has that magic in his voice and fingers to create awesome songs. Although his later albums didn’t reach the level of his previous albums, but he has loads of hit songs up his sleeves. So, prepare for a thrilling night at the Back to Bass Tour Sting
It is a perfect treat to watch Sting in action so get your Back to Bass Tour Sting tickets
and get ready to party with your loved ones. You will definitely love every moment spent in the presence of the legendary star. Listen to his hit songs and reminisce about the good old 80s. Buy the cheap Back to Bass Tour Sting tickets
and have an amazing time witnessing the powerful act of Sting.