KAZAN, November 8. / Corr. TASS Rustam Kilsinbayev. British singer and songwriter Sting (Sting) continued the Russian tour to promote the new album "44/876" with a concert in Kazan. Co-author of the record, American reggae artist of Jamaican origin Shaggy (Shaggy), spoke to him on Wednesday at the scene of the Tatneft Arena, according to TASS.
The musicians were singing familiar and beloved songs – in the 1980s, the Englishman in New York, created by the Police in the Message In A Bottle, composed a soundtrack for "Leon" Shape Of My Heart and others, as well as tracks from the new joint album Sting Shaggy, which was released in April this year.
After completing the main concert program, Sting and Shaggy set off on the occasion to perform Desert Rose, it was not me, every breath he took and fragile songs. Prior to the final composition, Shaggy thanked the audience. "Kazans are no better fans than fans," he said.
In the name of a new record that musicians in November represent Russian fans, the UK and Jamaica code codes are encrypted – 44 and 876. In addition to Shaggy's friendship, Sting, Jamaica is associated with writing his hit Every Breath You Take on this Caribbean island. The first concert of the Russian part of the tour took place on 5 November in Ekaterinburg, on Friday 9 November Sting performs in St. Petersburg, Moscow Olympiysky will play on November 11.
The singer first appeared in Russia in October 2017 as part of the 57th and 9th World Tour.
Sting is a songwriter, singer, actor, and the public. His career began in 1977 in the band The Police, which he created together with Stuart Copeland and Andy Summers. The team has five albums, six Grammys and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 1985, Sting began his solo career, which earned him 10 Grammy Awards, two Brit Awards, the Golden Globe, the Emmy, and three Oscar nominations.
Taking into account the work in the group, the musician sold more than 100 million copies of the album.