Sting wishes he was in Page Six more often
Sting is a big fan of Page Six. After a recent solo acoustic performance at the Met Museum, the rock legend told us, “I haven’t been on Page Six for a while. Well, sure, it’s the best page in the paper.”
After a day of promoting new album “44/876” with Shaggy, he played guitar and sang songs from “The Last Ship” with a screen behind projecting prints by Stephen Hannock, who, inspired by 19th-century British painter Thomas Cole, focuses on images of landscapes destroyed by unchecked development.
Toward the end of the set, Sting pointed to Shaggy in the crowd and said, “I’ve been with Shaggy all day. I had to put on another hat tonight, so I’m a bit confused,” and then closed with “Message in a Bottle” and “Englishman in New York.” “Thomas Cole’s Journey: Atlantic Crossings” is at the Met through May 13.
Sting should note that we have been reporting on his new High Line apartment, designed by Dame Zaha Hadid.
If he wants to be on Page Six more often, he could step up his game. It’s been a while since we’ve heard him explain his thoughts on and experiences with tantric sex.
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