Concert film showcase 57th & 9th tour performance at iconic French venue
By David Sands
October 5, 2017
Maybe it’s time to start calling him le Sting? The former Police bassist and frontman has a new concert movie coming out this fall that documents a recent performance from his 57th & 9th tour in the French capital of Paris.
Sting: Live At The Olympia Paris captures an April 2017 concert at the city’s iconic Olympia music hall. Released through the music distributor Eagle Vision with the cooperation of Cherrytree Management, the video will be available Nov. 10 in DVD, blu-ray and digital download formats. The concert film is now available as a pre-order.
The concert contains highlights from the celebrated artist’s career, ranging from classic hits by The Police to solo material including the songs “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You” and “50,000” from his latest recording 57th & 9th, Sting’s first rock album in many years.
The upcoming concert film features Sting with a four-piece band that includes his longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller, drummer Josh Freese, guitarist Rufus Miller and accordionist Percy Cardona, with backing vocals from Joe Sumner plus Diego Navaira & Jerry Fuentes of The Last Bandoleros. Nine performances from Sting and special guests Joe Sumner and The Last Bandoleros are also included as bonus content.
Sting’s sold out 57th and 9th World Tour, kicked off on Feb. 1 in Vancouver, Canada and is now making its way through Eastern Europe, concluding on Oct. 17 in Romania.
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