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Sting Celebrates Himself

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If you don’t toot your own horn, no one’s going to do it for you. 

Sting has decided to celebrate 25 years of Sting by planning a new tour. On the tour he will be visiting theaters and offering stripped down versions of his songs dating back to his first solo recording from 1985.

The tour will be called “Back to Bass” and not only will he be offering his solo tracks, he will also incorporate some of The Police’s best known works. Sting says he will have a five piece band along with him on the tour and it will kick off October 21 in Boston.

There are no plans for a Minnesota stop as of yet, but Sting’s website does say that additional cities and venues are to be confirmed.

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