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Sting s 57th & 9th World Tour celebrates his first rock/pop album in more than a decade. This concert, filmed at the Olympia Paris in April , reflects the impulsive energy of the 57th & 9th album recording sessions. Blistering performances of new songs including the infectious, guitar driven I Can t Stop Thinking About. Nov 10, Soundbites. Sting: Live At The Olympia Paris captures the musician's critically- acclaimed guitar-driven rock tour as it hit the French capital for a very special performance at the iconic venue in April, Hailed “the show of a lifetime” ( The Vancouver Globe & Mail), Live At The Olympia Paris celebrates. Nov 10, Find a Sting - Live At The Olympia Paris first pressing or reissue. Complete your Sting collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
Oct 5, Eagle Vision will release Sting: Live At The Olympia Paris next month, a concert film that captures on Sting on his current 57th & 9th tour. This was filmed in April this year and includes tracks from the new album (including I Can't Stop Thinking About You) and of course plenty of classic hits from The Police. Oct 31, Sting fans pondering gifts for the upcoming holiday season will want to put aside some coin for a brand new concert film release. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will drop “Live at the Olympia Paris” in multiple formats on Nov. 10 via Eagle Vision/Cherrytree. “Live at the Olympia” catches the ex-Police star. Dec 7, In the summer of , ex-Police frontman Sting and his longtime friend, ex- Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel teamed up for a tour of the United States. This is not that concert. Right before that, however, Sting took his solo act to L'Olympia Bruno Coquatrix in Paris, France on April 12th to perform a rip-roaring.
Dec 19, It's a family affair on the new music concert, Sting: Live at the Olympia Paris, as seasoned musician Sting and his musicians made a sold-out stop on their 57th & 9th World Tour at the historic Olympia music hall (a.k.a. L'Olympia) in Paris, France. The Olympia, co-founded by Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler.