Sting - Concert information

[Updated: August 12, 2001]

20-04-1991 / Wallsend / Buddle Arts Centre / UK
All This Time - Mad About You - Why Should I Cry For You - Ain't No Sunshine - Island Of Souls/ The Wild Wild Sea/ The Soul Cages/ When The Angels Fall - Tea In The Sahara/ Walking On The Moon - Every Breath You Take - Way Down East - ??? (instrumental) - Message In A Bottle - Fragile - Need Your Love So Bad
Attendance: ca. 160.
Only a few streets away from the place where Sting was born he performed a special acoustic set in front of relatives, friends and special invited guests. Back in 01-1986 Sting donated a PA system to the centre.
After All This Time: "Thank you. Thank you. I know, I know it's a sort of a cliche, but it really is nice to be home. Thanks for welcome us in that way. This next song is called Mad About You, but before we do that I'll introduce the band to you. Here on guitar is Dominic Miller, on the drums Vinnie Colaiuta and on keyboards mister David Sancious. Ok Dom, let's go".
Way Down East is an instrumental track by Larry Adler.
Kathryn Tickell joined on Nothumbrian Pipes during Island Of Souls.
Members of Last Exit joined during the end of the show.

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