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Sting and Shaggy perform during their 44/876 Tour

Desert Rose: Sting Announces Vegas Residency

"A compendium of Sting’s songs with dynamic, visual references"
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Sting performs during the Sting & Shaggy: The 44/876 Tour at Fillmore Miami Beach on September 15, 2018

Sting Covers Sting: Listen to 3 Classics Reworked

Songs from solo career and work with The Police to be included on new album
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Sting performs during the Sting & Shaggy: The 44/876 Tour at Fillmore Miami Beach on September 15, 2018

Sting Working on New Album of Reimagined Hits

The singer gave us a taste on New Year's Eve
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Shaggy (left) and Sting perform at the Royal Albert Hall in London

Sting and Shaggy Channel Miami Vice In New Video

“Gotta Get My Baby Back” follows the buddy cop theme
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The Police perform during 2008 reunion tour

The Police Set To Release Career-Spanning Vinyl Box Set

Includes all 5 studio recordings and B-sides
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WATCH: Sting & Shaggy Share Details About Their Awkward First Encounter

So Sting just walked on to the stage as Shaggy performed "Roxanne," and the rest was history.
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FERG BLURBS -- Sting and Shaggy's New Video

(Photo courtesy USA Today Images) Sting and Shaggy, fresh off their appearance together at the Grammy's, have released a brand new music video for their upcoming album "44/876", which hits shelves April 20th. The music video is for their song "Don't Make Me Wait" and features Sting trying his best...
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WATCH: Sting & Shaggy Discuss "Don't Make Me Wait" Ahead of Their Super Bowl Tailgate Performance

We caught up with Sting and Shaggy for an EXCLUSIVE interview to learn about their creative process as they prepare to release an entire album together, 44/876.
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U2 and Kendrick Lamar at the GRAMMYs

Most Memorable Classic Rock Moments from the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards

At the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards, the night was filled with incredible moments by some of your favorite classic rockers, both past and present. RELATED: Watch U2 Perform "Get Out Of Your Own Way" on the Hudson River for the GRAMMYs U2 led the charge, as Bono and The Edge stood alongside rapper...
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