Sting Denver Tickets
Sting has long been considered among the best singers in history and he has managed to sell over a hundred million albums as a result. As part of the famous group The Police and as a solo artist, he has proved his credentials again and again, and has been awarded as such. He has won sixteen Grammy Awards and twenty five American Music Awards. He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has also received the Kennedy Center Honors for his Lifetime Contribution to the music industry. If you want to listen to some of his songs as well, then get your Sting Denver tickets and enjoy his show, live at the Pepsi Center.
Sting has been part of the music industry for over forty five years and in that time he has managed to sell over a hundred million records worldwide. This is a testament to his great influence on the music industry over the years and makes him one of the highest selling artists of all time. With so much experience under his belt you would expect him to take a break once in a while, but this singer has proved again and again that the journey is far from over yet.
The Start for an Icon
Sting was initially part of the popular band The Police between 1977 and 1986. In 1985 he released his first solo album, titled “The Dream of the Blue Turtles” and it became famous. It made it to number two on the Billboard charts and was certified three times platinum in the country. In total he has made eleven albums of which nine have made it into the top ten of the Billboard charts and seven have been certified platinum in the US.
An Iconic Legacy
For his incalculable influence over the years he has been awarded twenty five American Music Awards and sixteen Grammy Awards. He has also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has received the Kennedy Center Honors for his Lifetime Contribution to music. Soon he will be heading out on his concert tour and you can be part of the experience as well. Just grab your Sting Denver tickets and enjoy the show, live at the Pepsi Center.