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From the early 1980's to the present day, the music of Sting has opened eyes and hearts around the world. Sting is on tour again, promoting his new recordings and resurrecting some old favorites from the days of The Police, as well as his solo album hits from the 1990's. One of the great skills of Sting is taking international sounds, adding his own spin with his signature staccato tenor, and producing great albums of superior musicality. In concert, his sound is very consistent with the studio quality of his recordings, with the fantastic bonus of his considerable physical energy and sparkling stage presence.As the lead singer of The Police in the 1980's, Sting's high voice was heard everywhere and it seemed everyone was singing along to such hits as "Spirits in the Material World', "Every Little Thing She Does', and "Roxanne'. The Police brought the influence of ska and reggae to mainstream America, mixed it with popular rock, and branded a uniquely danceable sound with clever lyrics and high-tech percussion. Topics of his songs included politics and world hunger, long before it was cool to be worried about such things.One of the great recordings in the 1990's, during Sting's solo career, is the CD soundtrack for the Imax movie called "The Living Seas'. Sting gets away from dance numbers and stretches the timbre of his voice from jagged to smooth and jazzy. The haunting melody of "How Fragile We Are" is like an early warning to nurture the planet and its oceans, before climate change became a daily household term. Sting's voice stands up well to a variety of instrumental backdrops in this CD, including orchestral and symphonic sounds that set a reflective mood in the movie.Moving into the following decade, several songs on the album "Brand New Day" are influenced by Indian, Asian and Middle Eastern instruments. In many interviews over the years, Sting admits that he mentally catalogues unusual musical sounds whenever and wherever he travels, so he can keep his audiences guessing as to what his next CD will sound like. He also loves yoga, as his trim physique gives away. Few singers can compete with his movie star good looks.It would be a shame to miss this living icon's concert performance, but you don't have to. Tickets are available here on our web site. It would be nice to say "I'll Be Watching You', as Sting's exploration on the topic of obsession often exclaimed, from almost every pop radio station in the world. When it comes to Sting, it appears that every little thing he does...well, you know the rest of the tune, and it really is magic when you see him live on stage.