Sting 2014 Concert News and Sting 2014 Tour Updates
Sting, born Gordon Sumner, is one of the most iconic artists of all time. Since his days in The Police, Sting's experimenting of rock, reggae, punk and new wave changed the face of music forever. All nine of his solo albums reached gold or platinum status, and things aren’t slowing down for the rocker with infallible crossover appeal. Following up his summer tour “Back to Bass,” Gordon is offering fans yet another chance to see him live, and this time he will be co-headlining with another staple artist in music history. Join in on the ultimate rock stardom tour when Sting and Paul Simon
take the stage together in 2014!
After the two played together at a benefit concert a year ago, their chemistry and musical genius could not be ignored. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers have a combined 28 Grammy Awards and their 2014 collaboration tour Sting & Paul Simon: On Stage Together is any music lovers dream. The duo have been friends for decades, even living as neighbors in the same building in Upper West Side Manhattan, so their on-stage banter is sure to be witty and unforgettable. In fact, the living legends’ collaboration has already been likened to that of Elton John
and Billy Joel’s
numerous co-headlining tours, but Gordon and Paul opt for guitars instead of pianos.
The tour mates have 18 dates lined up across the country, with two nights in Canada (Toronto, Montreal), and more cities are presumed to be added. For now, the more popular dates are in NYC at Madison Square Garden, in Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Center and in Los Angeles at the newly renovated Forum. The two will kick off their trek on Feb 8 in Austin, TX and end Mar 15 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Don’t miss out on hearing Sting lend his vocals to Simon’s hits “The Sound of Silence,” “Mrs. Robinson” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water” as the two play songs individually and together on the same bill. On Stage Together tickets are going fast—with only 18 dates listed, it’s a priceless event you simply can’t miss!