Sting Bibliography

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Bibliography Published
Sacred Love' Not Sting's Best, Randolph's Pedal Work Praiseworthy. Daytona (FL) Beach News. 2003-11-14
Back on the Beat. Robin Eggar. Radio Times. 2003
No Longer the King of Pain. Gary Graff. Inside Borders, 8. 2000-8
Reflection Rather Than Invention Describes Sting's Latest Album (Brand New Day). Winston-Salem (NC) Journal. 1999-10-22
CDS Pop (Brand New Day). St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 1999-10-31
Sting's French Sojourn Yields 'Brand New Day.' Timothy White. Billboard, 111:1. 1999-9-19
Sting. Phil Sutcliffe. Q. 1999
Rainforest Foundation Benefit Concert. Jon Pareles. New York Times, 147:B3. 1998-4-29
Sting: Moon Over Basin Street, etc. Joseph Magil. American Record Guide, 61:260. 1998-3
Sting. Jancee Dunn. Rolling Stone, 26. 1998-2-5
BMI/PRS Salutes Sting, U.K. Hitmakers. Thom Duffy. Billboard, 109:60. 1997-10-25
Faure: En Sourdine Sting: Sister Moon, etc. Ralph B. Lucano. American Record Guide, 60:108. 1997-7
Secada Switches to Virgin Records; Sting Charting Again in a B.I.G. Way. Melinda Newman. Billboard, 109:10. 1997-6-28
Sting (concert reviews). Jon Pareles. New York Times, 146:B4. 1997-3-3
A Noteworthy Life. Matthew Flamm. Entertainment Weekly, 56. 1997-1-17
King of Painlessness. Chris Willman. Entertainment Weekly, 30. 1996-8-9
An Englishman on Tour. Macleans, 109:38. 1996-8-26
Rock's Bach. David Furnish. Interview, 26:90. 1996-7
Mercury Falling. Jon Andrews. Down Beat, 63:58. 1996-6-6
Sting. Entertainment Weekly, 71. 1996-6-21
Mercury Falling. Parke Puterbaugh. Stereo Review, 61:86. 1996-6
Rainforest Foundation Benefit Concert. Jim Farber. Rolling Stone, 50. 1996-5-30
Mercury Falling. Sylvie Simmons. Mojo. 1996-5
Mercury Falling. Christopher John Farley. Time, 147:78. 1996-4-1
Reviews: You Still Touch Me (00207). Billboard, 80. 1996-4-13
Lord Sting, at Peace in His Fields of Gold. Guy Garcia. New York Times, 145:H1. 1996-3-10
Sting Gains Some New Footing with 'Mercury.' News & Observer. 1996-3-12
Mercury Falling. Tony Scherman. Entertainment Weekly, 60. 1996-3-15
Mercury Falling (31454 0483) Review. Billboard, 93. 1996-3-16
Mercury Falling. Elysa Gardner. Rolling Stone, 96. 1996-3-21
Mercury Falling. April Austin. Christian Science Monitor, 88:12. 1996-3-28
Sting Set to Get Worldwide Push. Billboard, 108:87. 1996-2-10
A&M Uplifted By Sting's 'Falling.' Melinda Newman. Billboard, 1. 1996-2-10
Barbara Bush, O. J. Simpson, Sting, Chelsea Clinton, Joycelyn Elders. Cheryl Levenbrown. Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service. 1995-10-17
Sting Is Stung by Accountant for $9 Million. Jeff Clark-Meads. Billboard, 107:10. 1995-10-28
Mariah Carey, Swoosie Kurtz, Sting, Nina Simone, Tom Snyder, Ellen DeGeneres. Cheryl Levenbrown. Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service. 1995-9-20
Sting Sees CD-ROM as 'the New Canvas.' Marilyn A. Gillen. Billboard, 107:58. 1995-6-17
Fields of Gold: the Best of Sting, 1984-1994. Steve Simels. Stereo Review, 60:144. 1995-2
Hail to the Chieftains (photo). Billboard, 14. 1994-12-24
Fields of Gold: the Best of Sting, 1984-1994. Chuck Eddy. Entertainment Weekly, 76. 1994-11-11
BMI/PRS Show Faith in Sting with Pair of Awards. Thom Duffy. Billboard, 106:45. 1994-11-12
Hits Set Mines Sting's Gold. Carrie Borzillo. Billboard, 106:1. 1994-10-8
Janet, Sting Score Personal Bests in April. Chris Morris. Billboard, 106:12. 1994-5-14
The Mystery and Religion of Music. Billboard, 106:5. 1994-5-28
Saving the Best for Sting (photo). Billboard, 62. 1994-4-2
Grammy Nominations Spur Publicity Blitz. Deborah Russell. Billboard, 1. 1994-3-5
Sting. Steve McClure. Billboard, 106:50. 1994-2-12
Sting's 'Tales' Heads Grammy Class; Foster, Menken Also Among Top Nominees. Melinda Newman. Billboard, 8.106:8. 1994-1-15
Lord of the Lake. Barney Hoskyns. The Observer. 1994-1
Demolition Man. David Browne. Entertainment Weekly, 64. 1993-10-29
Mercury Music Prize. Billboard, 46. 1993-9-4
The Grateful Dead; Sting. Steve Hochman. Rolling Stone, 29. 1993-7-8
Sting Is Judged Too Hot for Italian City. Mark Dezani. Billboard, 105:11. 1993-7-24
Call the Police! Ginia Bellafonte. Time, 142:77. 1993-7-26
The Grateful Dead. Peter Watrous. New York Times, 142:B3. 1993-6-7
Sting. Jon Pareles. New York Times, 142:B3. 1993-6-10
Ten Summoner's Tales. Ron Givens. Stereo Review, 58:86. 1993-6
Why? Why Not? Sting to Open for the Grateful Dead on Upcoming Tour. Sheila Rule. New York Times, 142:B6. 1993-5-12
Sting: the King of Pain, the Idol of Millions, or Is He Really Just a Regular Guy? Chris Mundy. Rolling Stone, 36. 1993-5-27
Ten Summoner's Tales. Michael Gallucci. Goldmine. 1993-5-28
Ten Summoner's Tales. Stephen Holden. New York Times, 142:H28. 1993-3-7
Sting's New Album Sounds Just Like His Old Ones. York (PA) Daily Record. 1993-3-18
Sting Shipment Lifted en Route from Germany. Willem Hocs. Billboard, 105:51. 1993-3-20
Ten Summoner's Tales. David Hiltbrand. People Weekly, 39:17. 1993-3-22
Ten Summoner's Tales review. Roger Catlin. Hartford Courant. 1993-3-11
Ten Summoner's Tales (31454 0070) review. Billboard. 1993-3-20
Sting: Inside the Sumner's Tales. Timothy White. Billboard, 5. 1993-2-6
Sting's Inner Peace Clearly Responsible for Elegant Record. Palm Beach (FL) Post. 1993-2-22
Sting Lightens Up, Brings a ‘Ragbag Of Styles’ to Latest Disc. Steve Morse, Boston Globe, B 28. 1993-2-28
Clapton & Sting Click on Hot Single. Timothy White. Billboard, 4. 1992-6-20
Sting: the Illustrated Lyrics. Sting and R. Gigolo. Billboard, 103:67. 1991-12-14
Down Beat's 56th Annual Readers Poll (Pop/Rock Album Of the Year). Down Beat, 58:29. 1991-12
Down Beat's 56th Annual Readers Poll (Pop/Rock Musician Of the Year). Down Beat, 58:29. 1991-12
Albums: Acoustic Live In Newcastle. Melody Maker, 67:28. 1991-11-23
They Dance Alone. Spin, 7:26-27. 1991-11
Mad About You: Sting's Birthday Bash. Billboard, 103:16. 1991-10-19
Music Video Reviews: the Soul Cages. Billboard, 103:68. 1991-10-26
What a Piece of Work Is Sting: the Rock Star Faces 40. B. Flanagan. Musician, 154:40. 1991-8
Changing Times At A&M; the Classy, Formerly Independent Label Tries For a Comeback. M. Goldberg. Rolling Stone, 604:15-17. 1991-5-16
Easy Keyboards: Wrapped Around Your Finger. L. Harms. Keyboard Magazine, 17:99-101. 1991-5
Record & CD Reviews: The Soul Cages. Down Beat, 58:32. 1991-5
Sting's Rain Forest Revisited. S. Bonner. Spin, 7:24. 1991-5
The Soul Cages. Dan Duellette. Down Beat, 58:32. 1991-5
CD News (The Soul Cages Digipak CD Packaging Not Being Well Received). P. Howard. Rolling Stone, 601:56. 1991-4-4
Sting (the Soul Cages). Tierney Smith. Goldmine, 148. 1991-4-5
Sting (Beacon Theater, New York). David Fricke. Rolling Stone, 21. 1991-4-18
The Soul Cages. Frank Lovece. Audio, 75:112. 1991-4
The Soul Cages. Ron Givens. Stereo Review, 56:87. 1991-4
Rockbeat: Rockclips. Village Voice, 36:70. 1991-3-5
Performance Of Sting and His Band Has Some Kinks To Work Out On Tour. Roger Catlin. Hartford Courant, A18. 1991-3-10
Sting Sings For Rain Forest; Benefit With Jobim Raises $250,000. M. Newman. Billboard, 103:33. 1991-3-23
Pulling the Plug. Roger Catlin. Hartford Courant, G1. 1991-3-31
Interview: Sting. W. Andersen. Stereoplay, 3:162-164. 1991-3
Setting Himself Free: Introducing a Kinder, Gentler Sting. Musician, 149:87-88. 1991-3
Rock News & Notes, Retail Reactions to Sting CD Vary. Los Angeles Daily News. 1991-2-1
Reviews Records The Soul Cages. Atlanta Journal and Constitution. 1991-2-2
Sting. A. Henderson. Cash Box, 54:2. 1991-2-2
Sting. A. DeCurtis. Rolling Stone, 597:42. 1991-2-7
The Soul Cages. David Hiltbrand. People Weekly, 35:15. 1991-2-11
Sting. Jon Pareles. New York Times, 140:12. 1991-2-18
Sting (Beacon Theater, New York). Jon Pareles. New York Times, 140:12-13. 1991-2-19
Recordings: The Soul Cages. Rolling Stone, 598:39-40. 1991-2-21
The Soul Cages. Paul Evans. Rolling Stone, 39. 1991-2-21
New Sting Album Sets Record In Italy. D. Stansfield. Billboard, 103:68. 1991-2-23
Sting (Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles). Chris Morris. Billboard, 103:38. 1991-2-23
Talent In Action. Billboard, 103:38. 1991-2-23
Sting (Beacon Theater, New York). Variety, 342:257. 1991-2-25
Where the Hell Have You Been? Phil Sutcliffe. Q. 1991-2
The Pop Life Sting's 'Sou Cages.' Stephen Holden. New York Times. 1991-1-16
Sting's Way of Mourning His Father Becomes Raw Material for a New Album. Stephen Holden. New York Times, 140:B6. 1991-1-16
The Soul Cages. Jon Pareles. New York Times, 140:sec2, pH28. 1991-1-20
CD News. P. Howard. Rolling Stone, 596:50. 1991-1-24
Albums: The Soul Cages. Melody Maker, 67:13. 1991-1-27
CD Packaging Attacked As Wasteful. Stephen Holden. New York Times. 1990-12-25
Koplik Snares Sting For Civic Center Performance In March. Roger Catlin. Hartford Courant, 3. 1990-10-4
News (Broadway Debut). Spin, 5:28. 1990-1
...Nothing Like the Sun (100 Best Albums of the Eighties). M. Azerrad et al. Rolling Stone, 140. 1989-11-16
Sting Speaks (55th Anniversary Issue). Art Lange. Down Beat, 56:93. 1989-9-1
Nelson Mandela: 70th Birthday Tribute. Jim Farber. Rolling Stone, 75. 1989-4-6
Human Rights Now! (Book Review). James Henke, Sting, P. Gabriel. Rolling Stone, 26. 1989-4-20
Stravinsky: L'Histoire du Soldat (record reviews). Terry Teachout. High Fidelity, 39:60. 1989-3
Stravinsky the Soldier's Tale (record reviews). John Sunier. American Record Guide, 52:92. 1989-1
Chimes of Freedom: Amnesty International's Superstar Human Rights Now! Tour Hits the Road. James Henke. Rolling Stone, 16. 1988-10-20
Smaller Halls Are Preferred Venues on Sting's "Nothing Like the Sun" Tour. Patricia Bates. Amusement Business, 100:5. 1988-10-30
Sting (compact disc reviews). High Fidelity, 38:86. 1988-10
Stravinsky: the Soldier's Tale (record reviews). Stereo Review, 53:122. 1988-10
Rockers to Tour for Rights. Terry Trucco. New York Times, 137:15. 1988-9-1
Rock Stars Sing in London for Human Rights. Terry Trucco. New York Times, 137:13. 1988-9-3
Human Rights' Tour Kicks Off; Goal to Raise Awareness, Not $. Don Groves. Variety, 332:78. 1988-9-7
Human Rights Now Tour. Jon Pareles. New York Times, 138:17. 1988-9-21
Chimes of Freedom (Benefit Rock Concert for Amnesty International). Nicholas Jennings. Macleans, 101:60. 1988-9-26
The Pop Life. Stephen Holden. New York Times. 1988-6-29
Primal Sting (Sting's South American Tour). Vogue, 178:244. 1988-6
Reviews: Englishman in New York. Billboard, 69. 1988-4-2
Nelson Mandela: 70th Birthday Tribute (video reviews). Jim Farber. Rolling Stone, 75. 1988-4-6
Wait a Minute, Mr. Postman: Sting Takes on His Critics. John Rockwell. New York Times, 137:H36. 1988-4-10
Sting Pilots New Pangaea Records. Terry Wood. Billboard, 100:21. 1988-4-23
Rock: Stick to Singing, Sting. Jim Fusilli. Wall Street Journal, 22. 1988-4-27
Sting (Univ. of South Florida, Tampa). Down Beat, 55:54. 1988-4
LA Radio Latina. Carlos Agudelo. Billboard, 53. 1988-3-12
On a Three-Day Tour Break, Sting Goes Native-Very Native-to Meet a Chief Amazon Indian. People Weekly, 29:115. 1988-3-28
Sting Has No Answers. Sylvie Simmons. Creem. 1988-3
Sting, Jumpin' and Jazzy. Edna Gundersen. USA Today, D1. 1988-2-1
Big Sponsors Fight Battle of the Acts On Brazilian Turf. Variety, 330:1. 1988-2-3
Sting. Jon Pareles. New York Times, 137:C17. 1988-2-5
Sting: the Rolling Stone Interviews. Lou Salvatori. Rolling Stone, 50. 1988-2-11
Sting (Sun Dome, Tampa). Variety, 330:170. 1988-2-17
Senor Sting. Steve Gett. Billboard, 18. 1988-2-18
The Two Worlds of Branford Marsalis. David Fricke. Rolling Stone, 16. 1988-2-25
...Nothing Like the Sun (record reviews). Down Beat, 55:32. 1988-2
Two’s Company (photo). Billboard, 24. 1988-2-6
Sting Debuts New Band. Anthony DeCurtis. Rolling Stone, 23. 1988-1-14
Reviews: Be Still My Beating Heart. Billboard, 63. 1988-1-16
...Nothing Like the Sun (record reviews). Audio, 72:142. 1988-1
...Nothing Like the Sun (record reviews). Stereo Review, 53:123. 1988-1
... Nothing Like the Sun (record reviews). Anthony DeCurtis. Rolling Stone, 514:79-80. 1987-12-3
Sting: Nothing Like Total Control Over Solo Career. Steve Gott. Billboard, 99:19. 1987-12-5
Video Reviews: Sting--the Videos, Part I. Billboard, 99:47. 1987-12-5
...Nothing Like the Sun (record reviews). Rolling Stone, 515-516:180. 1987-12-17
Sting Heads North After Smash So. American Tour. Linda Moleski. Billboard, 24. 1987-12-19
Interest-Sting (photo). Billboard, 68. 1987-12-19
How Can You Not Dump On a Guy Like Sting? Musician, 110:60-64. 1987-12
Records: ...Nothing Like the Sun. Musician, 110:108-109. 1987-12
Well Stung: His Money, Conscience, Women. Lisa Robinson. Vogue, 177:94. 1987-12
Music: Bring Me the Head Of Gordon Sumner. Village Voice, 32:87. 1987-11-3
Sting Starts Label; Copeland, Reed In; Distribution Is Set. Variety, 329:71. 1987-11-4
Sting. David Fricke. Rolling Stone, 512:297-298. 1987-11-5
The Beat: Sting Launches Tour, Wows 'Em in N.Y. Steve Gett. Billboard, 34. 1987-11-28
Nothing Like the Sun. Dave Rimmer. Q. 1987-11
Reviews: We'll Be Together. Billboard, 77. 1987-10-3
Pop! The Glory Years: Celluloid Zeroes. Melody Maker, 63:28. 1987-10-10
Albums: ...Nothing Like the Sun. Melody Maker, 63:68. 1987-10-17
Sting Burns With Emotion on Latest LP. San Francisco Chronicle. 1987-10-18
Sting Drives Them Wild With NED's Synclavier. Brook Comer. Back Stage, 28:1. 1987-10-23
Dance Trax: Sting Teams with Loren; Results Are Surprising. Bill Coleman. Billboard, 37. 1987-10-24
Reviews: ...Nothing Like the Sun. Billboard, 104. 1987-10-24
Reviews: We'll Be Together. Billboard, 105. 1987-10-24
Artist Developments: Second Sting. Billboard, 21. 1987-10-31
Umbria Jazz Festival (Perugia, Italy). Down Beat, 54:12. 1987-10
Sting Tops Himself On 2nd Solo Release. Steve Gett. Billboard. 1987-10-17
Sting: Russians. A. Willscher. Mus U Bild, 19:305-307. 1987-4
Pretentious? Sting? Steve Turner. Q. 1987
Bring On the Night (video recording reviews). Stereo Review, 51:123. 1986-11
Record Reviews: Bring On the Night. Down Beat, 53:30. 1986-11
Talented Sting Makes This a Popular Import (Bring on the Night). San Francisco Chronicle. 1986-10-26
Bring On the Night (record reviews). Rolling Stone, 120. 1986-9-25
Europe-Only Sting Album Recorded Live on World Tour. Steve Gett. Billboard, 98:3. 1986-7-5
Albums: Bring On the Night. Melody Maker, 61:28. 1986-7-5
Europe-Only Sting Album. Steve Gett. Billboard, 98:3. 1986-7-5
Bring on the Night. Gavin Martin. NME. 1986-6
Lost in the Stars--the Music of Kurt Weill (record reviews). Audio, 70:152. 1986-6
Russian Rockers Organize to Aid Nuke Victims. Bill Holland. Billboard, 98:1. 1986-5-31
Bring On the Night (movie reviews). Down Beat, 53:6. 1986-4
NMZ-Hitparade Ammerkungen Zu Titein Der Charts. NEUE MZ, 35:13. 1986-4
Sting Film to Karl/Lorimar; Firm Building Music Library. Jim McCullaugh. Billboard, 98:39. 1986-3-8
Huge Benefit for Amnesty International. Michael Goldberg. Rolling Stone, 469:15. 1986-3-13
Tube Music: Boys and Girls. V. Aletti. Village Voice, 31:41. 1986-3-18
Grammy Celebration (photo). Billboard, 86. 1986-3-22
Amnesty Benefits: Five Acts in Six Cities. Michael Goldberg. Rolling Stone, 470:13. 1986-3-27
Creemedia. Creem, 17:62. 1986-3
Golden Reel. Down Beat, 53:12. 1986-3
Lost in the Stars: the Music of Kurt Weill (record reviews). Down Beat, 53:30. 1986-3
Lost In the Stars: the Music of Kurt Weill (record reviews). Rolling Stone, 81. 1986-2-17
A Transatlantic Stinger (photo). Billboard, 34. 1986-2-22
The Year In Records 1985: The Dream Of the Blue Turtles. Rolling Stone, 463-464:150-151. 1986-1-2
Russians (2799). Billboard, 98:67. 1986-1-11
Live! Melody Maker, 61:19. 1986-1-18
Caravan For Human Rights; the Making of Amnesty International Anniversary Concerts. David Fricke. Rolling Stone, 59. 1986-1-19
En Vandering Mellan Genrer. B. Sundin. Ork, 54:13. 1986-1
Sting Brings on the Night. John Mendelsohn. Creem. 1986
A Golden Dream (photo). Billboard, 97:37. 1985-12-14
Baby, It's You (Music Yearbook 1985). Rolling Stone, 463-464:28. 1985-12-19
On Record--On Stage: Sting Debuts Solo Material. J. Pareles. Rolling Stone, 445:10. 1985-12
Sting and the Band: Blue Turtles and Blue Notes. Art Lange. Down Beat, 52:16. 1985-12
Love Is the Seventh Wave (2787). Billboard, 97:73. 1985-11-2
IMMedia: Stars 'n' Bars. B. Case. Melody Maker, 61:35. 1985-11-9
Film: Fortress Around His Heart. N. George. Village Voice, 30:64. 1985-11-12
Sting Pic Stung In Wide Break; Plan New Strategy. R. Gold. Variety, 321:7. 1985-11-27
Sting's Photo Demand Causes Scandi Boycott. Variety, 321:2. 1985-11-27
Concert Reviews. Variety, 320:142. 1985-10-2
Vox Jox. Kim Freeman. Billboard. 1985-10-5
Talent In Action. Peter Keepnews. Billboard, 97:62. 1985-10-19
Film Reviews. Variety, 321:16. 1985-10-30
Deutsche Schallplattenpreise 1985: Fuenf Wort-Und Musik Alben. M. Rieth. NEUE MZ, 34:34. 1985-10
Einzelpatrouille. W. Andersen. Stereoplay, 10:126-127. 1985-10
Records: The Dream Of the Blue Turtles. Creem, 17:45. 1985-10
Sting Visits Pizza (photo). Cash Box, 10. 1985-9-7
Sting Feels the Burn; Gordon Sumner Exercises His Prerogatives In Music, Film and Fame. Gerri Hirshey. Rolling Stone, 457:26-28. 1985-9-26
Tina, Sting, Solti Win German Awards. Jim Sampson. Billboard, 9. 1985-9-28
Sting Wings It On His Own: the Sexy Ex-Chief of the Police Mounts a Solo Flight to Multimedia Stardom. Cathleen McGuigan. Newsweek, 106:66. 1985-9-30
Making Movies--the Long Jump From MTV. J. Maslin. Record, 4:21-24. 1985-9
Spotlight: The Dream Of the Blue Turtles. Record, 4:50. 1985-9
The Record Interview. J. Piesch. Record, 4:26-27. 1985-9
Record Reviews (The Dream of the Blue Turtles). Atlanta Journal/The Atlanta Constitution. 1985-8-3
The Sting of Things (photo). Billboard, 19. 1985-8-17
Reviews: Fortress Around Your Heart (2767). Billboard, 66. 1985-8-17
Tickets for Sting Concert Will Go on Sale Saturday. Atlanta Journal/The Atlanta Constitution. 1985-8-22
Sting Under the Gun. V. Garbarini. Musician, 82:30-34. 1985-8
Records: The Dream Of the Blue Turtles. Rolling Stone, 452-453:83. 1985-7-19
Riffs & Licks: Sting With Negroes. Village Voice, 30:69. 1985-7-30
Sting. Current Biography, 46:38. 1985-7
Sting's Swing Shift; a Policeman Becomes a Private Eye. V. Garbarini. Musician, 81:56-62. 1985-7
Reviews: If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (2738). Billboard, 67. 1985-6-1
Paris Match. A. Sweeting. Melody Maker, 60:14-15. 1985-6-8
Reviews: The Dream of the Blue Turtles (SP 3750). Billboard, 66. 1985-6-22
Sting's Long-Awaited Solo Album Proves Pretentious, Thin. Lennox Samuels. Dallas Morning News. 1985-6-30
Sting. Vogue, 175:244. 1985-6
Making OF Sting's Solo Disk To Be Basis Of Feature Film. Variety, 319:493. 1985-5-1
Riffs. B. Milkowski. Down Beat, 52:15. 1985-5
Performance: Sting Debuts Solo Material. J. Pareles. Rolling Stone, 445:10. 1985-4-11
Sting Unchained! Musician, 78:11. 1985-4
Live! Melody Maker, 60:17. 1985-3-16
Talent In Action. Fred Goodman. Billboard, 97:46. 1985-3-16
Sting's the Thing! Jim Jerome. People Weekly, 23:90. 1985-1-14
Sting: a Rock Star Transcends the Form. John Duka. New York Times Magazine, 134:67. 1984-12-9
Bowie, Club, Eurythmics, Police Win Awards. Melody Maker, 59:3. 1984-5-5
Alone At the Top: the Police Took the Rock Road To Success In 1983. C. Connelly. Rolling Stone, 416:17. 1984-3-1
Sting. Time, 123:92. 1984-3-19
NMPA Honors Every Breath; Top Song Award Winner. Billboard, 96:62. 1984-3-31
Yes, I Remember It Well. A. Ginsberg. Rolling Stone, 415:22. 1984-2-16
Great Faces '83. Rolling Stone, 411-12:59. 1984-1-15
Sting (Great American Music Hall, San Francisco). Down Beat, 51:61. 1984-1
Sting: Rock 'n' Roll Intellectual. Samuel Graham. High Fidelity, 34:90. 1984-1
Alas, Poor Sting! Marcelle Clements. Esquire, 100:70. 1983-11
Poised On the Brink Of Infinity, the Police Have "It" All! Dave DiMartino. Creem, 15:30-34. 1983-11
The Police. Melody Maker, 58:Sup. 1983-10-22
Police '84: Films, TV, Books, Live Album. Melody Maker, 58:5. 1983-10-29
A Monster Called Sting. Kristine McKenna. Rolling Stone, 403:12-13. 1983-9-1
Stop In the Name of Rock! Singer Sting and The Police Pound the Beat On the Summer's Hottest Tour. G. Buchalter. People Weekly, 20:79. 1983-9-5
The Police At the Top of Rock. Brian D. Johnson. Macleans, 96:32. 1983-8-15
The Sting of Superstardom. David Friendly. Newsweek, 102:79. 1983-8-15
The New and the Notorious. Life, 6:93. 1983-1
Spreading Happiness (photo). Billboard, 62. 1982-11-20
Spreading Happiness (photo). Billboard, 62. 1982-11-20
Police Front Man Drops Suit Against Virgin Music. Peter Jones. Billboard. 1982-8-7
Virgin, Sting Settlement: Financial Details Emerge. Peter Jones. Billboard, 10. 1982-8-14
Police Member Suing Virgin Music. Billboard. 1982-7-24
The Secret Policeman's Other Ball--the Music. Stereo Review, 47:87. 1982-7
The Secret Policeman's Other Ball (record reviews). Rolling Stone, 67. 1982-5-13
Sting Tries Movies and His Real Name. USA Today, 1982
Making It: Last Exit. Phil Sutcliffe. Sounds. 1977-1