Sting - Concert information

[Updated: August 12, 2001]

07-04-2000 / London / Royal Albert Hall / UK
Support art: -.
Attendance: -.
Before All This Time: "This is our tenth and final night at the Royal Albert Hall. We've had a fine time, so thanks for coming".
Before I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying: "So it has been a very interesting ten days. Last night I had one of those embarrassing moments on stage. It happens now and then. I had a nosebleed and this blood dripped from my nose on to the guitar. Fingers were getting sticky. People on the front row were going [made expression]. Gradually moved back into the hall. They didn't stay long. Anyway I recovered and finished the concert. Nothing has happened tonight. Nothing embarrassing apart from Dominic's trousers. This next song is a country song, so I'm bringing on one of the best pedalsteel guitarplayers in the world. One of the most soured after in country music. One of the greatest. From Southgate in North London, mister B.J. Cole. Nice to see you B.J. In case any of you don't know. This instrument is one of the most fascinating complex instruments, as is B.J. He plays with both hands, both knees and both feet. And what else? Nothing else. This is a song called I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying".


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