This Week In History: Neil Sedaka, Foreigner, 'The Three Musketeers', + Wardrobe Malfunctions'Brooklyn's Own' Joe Causi has been around a few blocks, quite a few times -- so when he's got some music history for you, you'd better take heed. Here are some of the more noteworthy events that took place this week in the 60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and 2000's!
Sting and Peter Gabriel Announce North American TourThe singers will perform separately and together.
Duets Highlight Global Citizen Festival PerformancesWatch all of the big duets right here.
James Taylor Announces 'Before This World,' First Album with New Music in 13 YearsJames Taylor's first album with new music in 13 years is out June 16.
Bono, Annie Lennox, Sting & More Pen Open Letter Calling for Better Global Decision MakingMusicians and humanitarians Bono, Annie Lennox, Sting, Shakira and many more have banded together to put out a call to action.
Sting's 'Last Ship' Is Dead in the WaterThe producers broke the news Monday night via an email to cast, crew and supporters.
Sting on 'The Last Ship': 'I Didn't Want To Do a Jukebox Musical'He also discusses how the show's cast surprised him by performing at the Kennedy Center Honors.
Sting Sought Childhood Memories as Inspiration for Broadway RoleSting turned to his hometown of Wallsend, England, to find motivation for the lead role in the Broadway production of his album, 'The Last Ship.'
Sting Joins "The Last Ship" On BroadwaySting joins Scott Shannon and Patty Steele in studio to talk about his role in the Broadway production of "The Last Ship."
Sting to Attempt to Right Broadway 'Ship'The show has been losing $75,000 a week since opening.
Sting Takes to New York City Sidewalk to Play 'Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic': WatchSting is not only looking to conquer Broadway, he wants to take hold of the sidewalks along the Great White Way too.
Sting Creates Ringtones — aka 'Stingtones' — For Jimmy Fallon: WatchOn last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Sting showed off his pipes, dusting off a few of his hits to turn them into seconds long ringtones for those fans who want to hear his voice every time they receive a call or text.