Sting Milwaukee Tickets
Sting is a legendary name in the music industry who has achieved almost everything in the business both as a solo artist and as a member of the iconic group, The Police. He has treated his fans to eleven studio albums among which two topped the UK Albums chart. The artist has also come out with a number of hit singles including, All for Love, Russians, Desert Rose and Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot. Sting has won many accolades during his solo career and as well as a member of The Police including, sixteen Grammy Awards and three Brit Awards. The artist is now going on tour and will be making his presence felt at the Marcus Amphitheater. If you want to watch his rocking performance live then get your Sting Milwaukee tickets and enjoy the concert.
Sting is one of the most popular names in the music industry. The icon has many hit singles and albums to his credit which have combined to put him right up there among the best in the business.
Makin a Name for Himself
Before Sting decided to pursue his own solo career he was a part of the legendary group, The Police with whom he achieved tremendous success. However the group was later disbanded but that didn’t stop the artist from releasing hits. He has come out with nine studio albums out which two of them topped the UK Albums chart. His records, ‘The Soul Cages’, ‘Brand New Day’ and ‘Sacred Love’ earned him a Grammy Award whereas ‘The Summoner’s Tale’ and ‘Mercury Falling’ received several nominations for it. Apart from studio albums, Sting has also treated fans to a number of hit singles including, Desert Rose, All for Love, Brand New Day and If I Ever Lose My Faith in You among others.
At the Top of the Mountain
It would not be an understatement to call Sting a legend. The artist has won numerous accolades including sixteen Grammys and three Brit Awards. He has also been named among VH1’s 100 greatest artists of rock. Now the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee is about to hit the road for his tour. The Sting Milwaukee tickets are high in demand so get yours and catch the legend live in concert at the Marcus Amphitheater.