Live in Concert: The Police Reunion Tour
Fans were thrilled when Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland were able to put aside their differences and tour the world to play Police classics.
Although limited-capacity events are beginning to pop up again, we are a long way away from a full-on, sold-out arena rock and roll concert. We keep the tradition alive Saturday nights on RKR with Live in Concert from 8-11pm.
This week, The Police headline the show, with a performance captured live in Buenos Aires on December 2, 2007. Twenty-one years after the band broke up at the zenith of their career in 1986, they reunited to the excitement of fans around the globe. The tour, marking the 30th anniversary of their forming in 1977, would go on to generate $360M+ and, at the time, land third on the highest-grossing tours of all time list. Hear all the hits like "Message in a Bottle," Don't Stand So Close To Me," "Roxanna," and "Every Breath You Take" on Saturday night.
Also on the bill this week, a pair of songs recorded at a Boston concert in 1976, Genesis at their peak with Phil Collins in 1984 and the timeless Eric Clapton from Hyde Park in London in 1996. We've got your ticket for Live in Concert this Saturday night at 8 on Kalamazoo's Rock Station, 107.7 RKR.
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