Hollywood Reporter - Songwriter Roundtable...

November 17, 2016

Gather six of Hollywood's top singer-songwriters and what you get, not surprisingly, is more like a symphony than an ordinary conversation. Each of the celebrated artists on THR's first-ever Songwriter Roundtable - Alicia Keys, 35 (who composed "Back to Life" for Queen of Katwe); Justin Timberlake, 35 ("Can't Stop the Feeling!" for Trolls, in which he also stars); Tori Amos, 53 ("Flicker" for Audrie & Daisy); previous Oscar nominees Sting, 65 ("The Empty Chair" for Jim: The James Foley Story), and Pharrell Williams, 43 ("I See a Victory" for Hidden Figures, which he also produced); and 2015 Oscar winner John Legend, 37 ("Start a Fire" for La La Land) - has a unique voice that came through loud and clear as they shared their artistic and political passions. On Nov. 7, the day before the election, they all were hopeful for a Hillary Clinton victory and concerned about the bruising campaign. "It's dangerous for us to be complacent" in the face of Trump's divisive rhetoric, Legend said. But he also noted this group's place in fighting that complacency. "Part of the power of art and music is that we are able to transcend those boundaries."


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Nov 15, 2016

Hosted by Alex Jones and Matt Baker, aided by a team of top reporters, BBC1's The One Show is a live magazine programme featuring topical stories and big name studio guests. Tune into on November 16 at 7pm to catch Sting performing and being interviewed...

Nov 15, 2016

Sting will perform at the 23rd annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on Sunday, December 11th in Oslo, Norway at the Telenor Arena. Performing a song off his new pop/rock album, 57th & 9th as well as some classic hits, Sting will join a musical lineup that already includes Halsey and Highasakite, with Conan O’Brien serving as the evening’s host.