Sting Chicago Tickets
Sting is the former lead singer of the popular band The Police and the world famous solo artist known for his unique raspy voice. He has made over fifteen albums to date and has managed to sell over a hundred million copies around the globe. His first album was “Outlandos d'Amour” which he released in 1978 with his band and his first solo album, “The Dream of the Blue Turtles” came out seven years later. Recently he released his latest record and is now getting ready to head out on tour. If you don’t want to miss on this amazing opportunity, then grab your Sting Chicago tickets and enjoy the performance, live at the United Center.
Sting is one of the most recognizable names in the music industry today and has a career that spans over forty five years. In that time he has managed to achieve quite a lot, including worldwide success as the lead singer of the popular band The Police, as well as a solo artist. He is also among the highest selling artists of all time, with over a hundred million album sales to date and the good part is that he is far from done as yet.
Coming in for the Attack
Sting first became famous as the lead singer of the band called The Police. They were formed back in 1977 and released their first album, titled “Outlandos d'Amour” a year later. All in all they made five albums throughout their tenure, all of which were certified platinum in the US and the UK. Four of their albums went to number one on the UK music charts while three made it into the top five of the Billboard charts.
Like a King
Sting decided to go solo in 1985 and released his debut record, called “The Dream of the Blue Turtles” shortly afterwards. To date, he has made eleven albums with his last release back in 2013. Five of these albums have been certified platinum in the UK, while nine have made it into the top ten of the Billboard charts.
The sixteen time Grammy winner is now on tour. If you want to see him in action for yourself as well, then get your Sting Chicago tickets and enjoy the experience, live at the United Center.