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Composer, singer, actor, author, and activist – Sting moved to London in 1977 to form The Police with Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers.
The band released five studio albums, earned six Grammy Awards and two Brits, and was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. Since 1989, Sting has released fourteen solo albums and received various accolades including an additional 10 Grammy Awards, two Brits, a Golden Globe, an Emmy and three Oscar nominations. Throughout his career, he has sold close to 100 million albums from his combined work with The Police and as a solo artist.
He has appeared in more than 15 films and authored two books, including The New York Times best-selling memoir, Broken Music. Along with his wife Trudie Styler, Sting founded the Rainforest Fund in 1989 to protect both the world’s rainforests and the indigenous people living there.
Sting and Trudie have been patrons of the Elton John AIDS Foundation since its inception, supporting multiple fundraising events.