Sting Readies ‘My Songs: Live’ Album

Following Sting’s release of My Songs, a collection of revisited and revised versions of his solo and Police songs, and his accompanying tour earlier this year, Sting is releasing a live version of the album entitled My Songs: Live.

Due out Nov. 8, the 11-song live album was recorded during his My Songs World Tour. The album features Dominic Miller on guitar, Josh Freese and Rufus Miller on drums, Kevon Webster on keyboards, Shane Seger on harmonica, and backing vocalists Gene Noble and Melissa Musique.

"This is my life in songs," Sting writes in the live album’s song-by-song liner notes. "Some of them reconstructed, some of them refitted, some of them reframed, and all of them with a contemporary focus."

My Songs: Live is available for pre-order now.

Check out the full tracklist for My Songs: Live below.

  1. Introduction/ Message In A Bottle (Live)
  2. Englishman In New York (Live)
  3. Brand New Day (Live)
  4. Wrapped Around Your Finger (Live)
  5. Seven Days (Live)
  6. King Of Pain (Live)
  7. So Lonely (Live)
  8. Desert Rose (Live)
  9. Every Breath You Take (Live)
  10. Russians (Live)
  11. Fragile (Live)

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Article image: Sting performing in 2018. (Raph_PH [CC BY 2.0] via Wikimedia Commons.)



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