Paul Simon and Sting are coming to Australia and you can see them live at a number of venues – make sure to get your Paul Simon and tickets from StubHub now!
It isn’t often that one ticket gets you access to two veterans of the music business but get ready because you will be able to see both Paul Simon and Sting share the stage and play their much-loved classics. These two might seem like an unlikely pairing but what they do have in common is decades of experience pleasing crowds and a string of hits to their names. The two were neighbours during the 1980s and began spending time together then; but the idea for a tour only arose last year when they started performing as a duo to sell-out crowds. Such was the success, Paul Simon and Sting are beginning a mammoth Australian and European tour in January and will be hitting Australia shores. Grab your Paul Simon and Sting tickets right here!
Sting is best known as the lead singer of 70s and 80s rock band The Police and for his subsequent solo career, which included hits like Fields of Gold, Englishman in New York and If You Love Somebody Set Them Free. The British artist was born in the North-East of England, before moving to London in 1977 to set up new wave band The Police. Within five years the band released five chart-topping records, won six Grammy Awards and two Brit Awards. Their biggest hit and best-loved song is Every Breath You Take and performed this when they reformed briefly for a world tour in 2007. Buy your Paul Simon and Sting tickets now!
Paul Simon is of course most famous as one half of the group Simon and Garfunkel, the duo that rose to fame in the 1970s. Paul Simon wrote nearly all of Simon and Garfunkel’s songs, including hits like Mrs Robinson, The Boxer and of course Bridge Over Troubled Water. After moving away from working with Art Garfunkel, Simon began experimenting with world music, particularly that of African origin. His most celebrated solo work is his 1986 album Graceland, which is made up of an eclectic mix of pop, a cappella, rock and mbaqanga. This record propelled Simon back into the mainstream and is best known for spawning You Can Call Me Al, an upbeat song about a man experiencing an identity crisis.
So get ready to sing along to songs like Bridge Over Troubled Water, Fields of Gold, The Sound of Silence and Every Breath You Take, as Sting and Paul Simon hit the stage together once more. This is one you do not want to miss so get your Paul Simon and Sting tickets before it’s too late!