NEWS FROM THE POLICE REUNION SUMMER TOUR
The Police Confess Comeback Conflict
THE POLICE reunion is suffering "heated discussions" but guitarist ANDY SUMMERS insists they're giving the band a positive "edge".
Reunited Police Thrive on Tension
Reuters via Yahoo! News
The members of reunited rock band the Police are at war with each other -- and they couldn't be having more fun.
The Police Argue in Tour Rehearsals
The Police star Andy Summers admits that the group have been arguing.
The Police a Force, Again
The Ottawa Sun
30th anniversary reunion tour set to become biggest musical event of the summer.
Fans Ecstatic as Police Strut Their Stuff
Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland and Sting and are no longer young punks, but legions of Police fans outside their special preview concert in Vancouver last night couldn't have cared less.
Reunited Police Start World Tour
Fans in Vancouver await the first concert on a five-month world tour by reunited rock group The Police.
Reunited Police Start World Tour
Reunited rock group The Police begin a five-month world tour in Vancouver on Monday, 21 years after their last large-scale concert appearance, informs BBC news. Singer Sting, drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers drifted apart in the mid-1980s but have been rehearsing together since March. They arrive in the UK on 8 September, playing at London's Twickenham Stadium.
The Police Play First Gig In Over 20 Years
Reformed rockers THE POLICE played their first concert in 21 years last night (27May07).
The Police Give Fans Preview Of Reunion Tour
Reformed rockers THE POLICE wowed fans in Vancouver, Canada, last night (28May07) when they played a private show for their devotees on the eve of the world tour.
The Police kick off Reunion Tour
Reunited rockers The Police have kicked off their first world tour in more than 20 years. Opening in Vancouver, Canada at the GM Place, frontman Sting, guitarist Andy Summers and drummer Stewart Copeland delivered classics like Message in a Bottle and Roxanne.
Police Back on Duty for First Tour Since 1984
AFP via Yahoo! News
Legendary rock band The Police on Monday staged their first major public concert since breaking up in 1984, kicking off a reunion tour and drawing fans screams from a bedazzled crowd.
Police Answer the Call
Lead singer Sting, lead guitarist Andy Summers and drummer Stewart Copeland of the band The Police perform onstage to open their world tour at General Motors Place May 28, 2007 in Vancouver.
The Police in Vancouver on Monday, May 28th
First Look: The Police are Back!
Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers kick off The Police world tour in Vancouver.
An Open Letter to the Democratic Congress – Why I Am Leaving the Democratic Party
Commentary by Cindy Sheehan at CounterPunch
[Duchess Note - Bravo Cindy Sheehan! Well spoken ... truth must be heard loud and clear. Those in Congress and the Senate who continue to "supply" the Bush Regime have American soldiers and Iraqi blood on their hands. We voted these Democrats into office to do this to us?!? Mon dieu! Weak, spineless buggers! Cindy is right, they have betrayed us. Many, not all, of them obviously feel no pain nor shame. None!]
Campaigning for a Bargain
Evelyn Theiss, Plain Dealer Reporter
Rep. John Conyers Backs National Effort Calling for Impeachment of Bush/Cheney
By David Swanson