To celebrate the group’s 30th anniversary, Sting, 55, says he’s considering a reunion with former band mates Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers: “We started 30 years ago so it would be nice to do something to celebrate. We don’t quite know what, but we’re talking about it.”
One option would be a series of summer concerts across the UK and the United States.
Said Sting: “I’m very proud of the band we were in. I left the band because I felt I wanted to grow as a musician, to mature as a musician and to try more things than a band is able to do. A band is very constricted. I spent the last 25 years exploring that freedom and having a great time.”
Sting’s reunion thoughts come just weeks after news circulated the trio was planning a comeback in 2007.

Also, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland were guests, with their families, at a Malibu birthday party for Sting’s better half, Trudie Styler, on Sunday. Their appearance caused quite a stir apparently. Last Thursday night at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Sting dedicated a lute version of “Message in a Bottle” to the pair of former comrades who happened to be seated in the auditorium.

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