Sting recently stopped by the Wall Street Journal for an exclusive interview and performance...
December 24, 2014 

Sting and The Last Ship co-star Rachel Tucker recently stopped by the Wall Street Journal for an exclusive interview and performance. You can watch the full interview at and performances of The Last Ship and August Winds...

cathshooter January 05,2015
Are they really WSJ standard?
Agree @Drew1...the male interviewer was particularly woeful!
Drew1 December 27,2014
A pleasure to always listen to Sting how
I just finished watching Sting's interview with WSJ. I have the up most respect for Sting as a writer, performer and many other things. The two individuals interviewing Sting are without a doubt the most uptight people i've ever seen. No warmth, no soul. I get it is their job to interview by asking tough and on occasion thought provoking questions. This hoever was way over the top. I give Sting and Rachel Tucker credit for truly being good souls during this interview.


Dec 22, 2014

BBC: "Sting 'electrifying' in own Broadway musical..."

Singer Sting is "a huge presence" in the Broadway musical he wrote and now appears in, according to one review. The ex-Police frontman is "electrifying in his two big solos" and has had a "galvanising impact" on the cast of The Last Ship, Variety's critic wrote. "Sting seems very much in his element," said USA Today's reviewer, praising the "blazing charisma" he gives his role. The 63-year-old is playing shipyard foreman Jackie White in his self-penned musical until 24 January. Previously lacklustre ticket sales have seen a boost since the singer confirmed he was joining the show for a limited period. According to the New York Times, "weekly takings have gone up by a couple hundred thousand dollars" since his first performance on 9 December. Despite this, its reviewer continued, "Sting's presence doesn't alter the chemistry of the show in any significant way"...

Dec 22, 2014

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year 2014 / 2015