It’s no secret that members of The Police have had their differences over the years. In a new interview, drummer Stewart Copeland opens up about just how bad things got during the recording of their final album, Synchronicity.Copeland’s new book, Police Diaries, is out now, and he tells the
Stewart Copeland is revisiting his debut solo album.The former Police drummer is set to release a new deluxe edition of Klark Kent on November 17, featuring a newly remastered version of the full album, all of the non-album singles plus two previously unreleased studio recordings.One of those non-album singles, “
Back in January, The Police drummer Stewart Copeland announced he’d be sharing his personal diaries from the early days of the band in a new book. Well, fans won’t have to wait much longer to read it. Police Diaries is set to drop on October 26 and will feature actual scans of... Read More.
Fleetwood Mac’s Mick Fleetwood and The Police’s Stewart Copeland are among the artists coming together to help raise money for the victims of the Maui wildfires. Both artists are set to take part in #MauiStrong, a live stream event happening Friday, September 8, on YouTube. Mick is set to perform... Read More.
Stewart Copeland is set to drop a new album of reworked classics from his Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band The Police.Police Deranged for Orchestra, due out June 23, features songs like “Roxanne,” “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic,” “Don’t Stand So Close To Me” and... Read More.
Stewart Copeland's post-Police band Animal Logic, which the drummer formed with acclaimed jazz bassist Stanley Clarke and singer/songwriter Deborah Holland, has just released two new songs, the group's first new tunes in over 30 years."Can I Tell You" and "Ordinary" are available via major digital music... Read More.
The Police drummer Stewart Copeland was among the many artists to perform at Foo Fighters' two tribute concerts to late drummer Taylor Hawkins, which took place September in London and Los Angeles. For Copeland, the shows proved, among other things, that Foo frontman... Read More.