Sting, the former frontman of The Police, will for the first time since more than ten years in Belgium gig at the Gent Jazz Festival. To notify the organizers. “He allows himself to be surrounded by an electric rock ensemble to delight the fans on all the hits.”
Sting formed together with drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summer, the British band The Police. The group is known for hits such as ‘Message In A Bottle’, ‘Roxanne’, ‘Every Breath You Take’, ‘So Lonely’ and ‘Can’t Stand Losing You’, released five studio albums, won six Grammy Awards and was in 2003 included in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
“In 2007 and 2008, The Police after a moratorium for solo projects active again for a sake on October 8, 2007 on Belgium’s turn with a sell-out show at the Sportpaleis in antwerp. The second concert, scheduled for October 9, 2007, was cancelled due to voice problems at Sting,” said the Gent Jazz. On 7 June 2008, played The Police his last Belgian show at the TW Classic and closed the sake after 154 performances in New York. With the European tour of ‘My Songs’, says the frontman, now back on his career.
Tickets for the day of the festival are from Friday 15 February to purchase via www.gentjazz.com. Earlier were the names of Gregory Porter, Diana Krall & John Zorn ‘Bagatelles’ already published.