Sting set to release 15th solo album, has no plans to retire
Sting says he is not slowing down although he has turned 70, comparing himself to a fish he adds, “You’re asking a fish what it’s going to be like without water”.
The prolific musician is readying the November 19 release of his 15th solo studio album, The Bridge, which he says he crafted with his band “as a way to save my mental health” during the pandemic, reports USA Today.
Last week, the American paper says, Sting kicked off his new residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and the hits-filled production, “My Songs,” has already earned raves for its stylish approach.
He also popped up in an unlikely place: in the Steve Martin/Martin Short Hulu hit “Only Murders in the Building.” The humour threaded throughout his turn as a suspect is on display as he discusses his appearance on the show with USA Today.