Sting/Paul Simon

Music, Rock and indie

Time Out says

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Two singer-songwriter titans join forces for a joint tour, covering each other's hits and singing as a duo

It's a performance partnership we never would have expected: a tantric new wave bass deity, together on stage with the non-Garfunkel half of one of history's most famous pop duos. But yes, this is happening: Sting and Paul Simon are arriving in London as a pair, and they're bringing bags of hits, a polished band and some wry banter: '[After this tour] I personally feel I will be more Adonis-like in appearance and be able to have sex for days on end. Sting should be anticipating some changes as well.' The tour, which includes each singer-songwriter covering hits by the other as well as duets and solo performances, has been very successful on Simon's home turf in America, and should sell out quickly here too chez Sting. Book quickly if you want to witness this odd couple.



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