Sting’s latest album, The Bridge showcases the 17-time Grammy Award winner’s prolific and diverse songwriting prowess, with an array of songs representing styles and genres explored throughout his unrivalled career. Written and recorded in the early stages of the pandemic, the eclectic collection, produced by Martin Kierszenbaum, features Sting’s quintessential sound as he takes listeners on a musical journey.
To celebrate the release, Sting performed a private concert at the Panthéon in Paris as part of FIP’s 50th anniversary, under Foucault’s pendulum (pendulum installed in evidence of the earth’s rotation). The Super Deluxe version of The Bridge includes six tracks recorded at the Pantheon, as well as “Por Su Amor”, the Spanish version of his song “For Her Love”, in duet with Latin American singer/songwriter KURT. The new collection was mixed by Grammy Award winner Robert “Hitmixer” Orton.
This new edition is available in 2CD or 2LP physical formats as well as digitally in advance of Sting’s “My Songs Tour” European summer leg, including various music festivals, followed by the newly announced Fall dates. Complete tour itinerary can be found at: www.sting.com/tour.
The 30 minute acoustic concert, “Sting Live At The Panthéon” program, was available on Arte Concert’s website https://www.arte.tv/fr/videos/105870-000-A/sting-au-pantheon/ and garnered more than 5 million views since its release. with TV broadcast from May 30th in France and Germany, from May 30th.
Sting is managed by The Cherrytree Music Company.
About The Pantheon:
The Paris Pantheon is a monument managed by the Center des Monuments Nationaux. The Pantheon, located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, symbolizes the continuity of the History of France. Built by the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot from 1764, this monument was initially to become a church. In 1791, during the French Revolution, the National Assembly decided to make the building a necropolis of the Great Men of France, honoring the characters embodying the great values of the Republic: Alexandre Dumas, Victor Hugo, Emile Zola , Jean Jaurès, Pierre and Marie Curie, Simone Veil and Joséphine Baker, among others.
About the Cherrytree Music Company:
Founded in 2005 by Grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Martin Kierszenbaum, the Cherrytree Music Company provides management, record label and publishing services to a boutique roster of artists, producers and mixers who push the creative envelope in popular music. Cherrytree has had an indelible impact on the music landscape from managing celebrated musician and cultural icon Sting to launching Lady Gaga‘s first two albums. The Cherrytree Music Company has released the artistically and commercially ground-breaking records of Feist, Ellie Goulding, Robyn, La Roux, LMFAO, Far East Movement and Disclosure and sold over 35 million units. In the process, the Cherrytree Music Company has become a vital source for popular music and catalyst for artist collaboration and innovation. For more information on the Cherrytree Music Company, click here: