Like so many other artists, COVID-19 put a sudden halt on their packed, globe-trotting schedule. The pause and new perspective have proven productive for them, and resulted in a lot of new, yet-to-be-released music.
Rooted in theories of the paranormal, the iconic trio's 1983 album – their final studio effort – became a classic.
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Watch James Corden do Carpool Karaoke New York-style with Sting and Shaggy.
From Janet Jackson and Madonna to the Backstreet Boys, Alanis Morrissette and MC Hammer, see what music's biggest stars wore at the GRAMMYs in the 1990s.
The GRAMMY Awards have presented an impressive array of performers over the years. From Britney Spears, U2 and Katy Perry to Eminem, Prince and Beyoncé, take a look back at GRAMMY performers from the 2000s. How many memorable performances do you recognize from the chronological list below?
Hear GRAMMY winner Sting discuss his forthcoming studio album 57th & 9th.
Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder accept the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year on behalf of Sting at the 26th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 28, 1984, in Los Angeles.
Gloria Estefan and Richard Marx accept the GRAMMY for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male on behalf of Sting at the 30th GRAMMY Awards on March 2, 1988, in New York.
Eric Clapton accepts the GRAMMY for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 39th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 26, 1997, in New York.
John Mayer accepts the GRAMMY for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 45th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 23, 2003, in New York.
Justin Timberlake accepts the GRAMMY for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 46th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 8, 2004, in Los Angeles.
GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer also weighs in on the evolution of the role of a producer in the studio.