Sting - Concert information

[Updated: August 12, 2001]

02-07-1991 / Montreux / Casino (25th Montreux Jazz Festival) / SWITZERLAND
All This Time - Mad About You - Jeremiah Blues (Part 1) - Ain't No Sunshine - Why Should I Cry For You - Roxanne - When The World Is Running Down - The Wild Wild Sea/ The Soul Cages/ When The Angles Fall - Consider Me Gone - Tea In The Sahara - Walking On The Moon - Every Breath You Take - Message In The Bottle - Fragile ** If You Love Somebody Set Them Free
Support act: Fareed Haque.
Attendance: 2,000.
The 25th anniversary of the Montreux Jazz Festival - 20 nights - was co-produced by Quincy Jones began with an acoustic concert by Sting, followed by Bootsy Collins, Elvis Costello, Bonnie Raitt, The Robert Cray Band, Andy Summers, Charlie Haden's Liberation Music, Lavern Baker, B.B. King, Ray Charles, Milton Nascimento, Rachelle Ferrell, The Atlanta Superchoir, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Champion Jack Dupree, Allen Toussaint, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and many others. Miles Davis played a concert with the Gil Evans Orchestra.
The complete show was braodcasted on a Swiss radiostation.
Fareed Haque (who played guitar on They Dance Alone on the album Nothing Like The Sun) joined on guitar during the encores.

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