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They Were The Biggest Band In The World


The Police were pretty much in the same category as The Beatles in my mind: a band I never thought I'd see in concert. This trio, which provided background music to so much of my life at the end of high school and the beginning of college, had little hope of ever transcending clashing egos to tour again--or so we all thought. I have seen Sting perform four times in concert--and even met him backstage at one of those shows--but seeing The Police was different. It was a thrill to watch Andy, Stewart, and Sting sharing the stage once more in an energetic set of classic hits.

The set list:

Message In A Bottle
Synchronicity II
Walking On The Moon
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down...
Don't Stand So Close To Me
Driven To Tears
Truth Hits Everybody
The Bed's Too Big Without You
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Walking In Your Footsteps
Can't Stand Losing You / Reggatta de Blanc

King Of Pain
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take

Next To You


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