Sting is the stage name of Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, one of the UK's most popular and well-known singers and musicians.
He was the singer, songwriter and bassist of the rock band The Police in the late 70s and 80s, which greatly influenced his career. After he had great success with his band, he released in 1985 the first solo album The Dream of the Blue Turtles, which received platinum three times. Two years later, the album ... Nothing like the Sun came out with the single Englishman in New York, which has not left the rock / pop world apart since then. His success was further enhanced when, with his colleagues Rod Stewart and Bryan Adams, he recorded the title song All for Love for the film The Three Musketeers.
In addition to his music career, the Brit is dedicated to conservation projects and human rights, including the Amnesty International group and its own Rainforest Foundation Rainforest Foundation.
He has released numerous studio albums such as The Soul Cages (1991) and The Summoner's Tales (1993), which includes his hit Fields of Gold. In 2013 he released The Last Ship, in 2018 he recorded the album 44 / 876 with Shaggy and in 2019 he released My Songs. In the meanwhile he received numerous Grammy Awards a Golden Globe and three Oscar nominations for his work.