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The Police Experience
The Cave - Big Bear Lake
Big Bear Lake,CA
Jan 7 2017
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The Police are a three-piece rock band with strong reggae and ska music influences. In the early 1980s, they became one of the most popular groups in the world in the wake of the punk rock phenomenon prominence.
The police music group were considered to be more than a punk rock band. All three members of the band were technically proficient in their performances. Andy Summers used to create dense, interlocking waves of sounds and effects with his precise guitar performance. Stewart Copeland had command on playing polyrhythms. Sting, was capable of constructing catchy pop songs with his high, keening voice. With their outstanding performancesthe the Police band certainly demonstrated that the punk spirit could have a future in pop music.
The Police grew considerably more adventurous as their career progressed. They experimented with jazz and various world musics. However, the band kept on increasing their fan base with their mastery of the pop single. Eventually, the band had become the most popular rock & roll band in the world by 1983. The members of the the police band were enjoying the peak of fame at this time.But the band could not stay united. The band broke away in 1984 due to internal tensions. Later, Sting the police was successful in picking up the majority of the band's audience and became an international superstar.
On February 11, 2007, the members of the band were able to reunite after 23 years apart. Their performance at the opening act of the 49th Annual Grammy Awards provide them the opportunity to reunite after such a long period of time. On the very next day of their performance, the band made an important announcement of the police tour in 2007 alongwith their performance at the Live Earth concert in July.
American-born drummer Stewart Copeland founded the band in early 1977. Copeland was anxious to form a new three-piece group and join the burgeoning London punk scene after the demise of his progressive rock band Curved Air. Singer-bassist Sting and guitarist Henry Padovani began rehearsing with Copeland in January 1977. In the following month, they were successful in recording the band's debut single, Fall Out/Nothing Achieving, The trio toured as a support act for Cherry Vanilla as well as Wayne County & the Electric Chairs in March and April.
The poilce band, along with The Clash, have the honor of being one f the first mainstream white bands to adopt reggae as a predominant musical form. With reggae-styled material, they were successful in scoring major international hits. Although ska and reggae were already very popular in the United Kingdom, the style was little known in the United States or other countries. Only a handful of reggae songs had enjoyed any significant chart success before the emergence of the Police.
A lucky accident made the bleached blonde hair the trademark of the band. The incident happened just before the release of the first album of the polce. Desperate for money, the police band was asked to do a commercial for Wrigley's Spearmint chewing gum on the condition that they dye their hair blonde.
The polise band has never announced their break-up officially. However, after the end of Synchronicity tour in March 1984, each band member pursued his own solo career. They reunited again to perform in three concerts for the Amnesty International A Conspiracy of Hope Tour in June 1986. A tense short-lived reunion in the studio produced only subdued re-recordings of Don't Stand So Close to Me and De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da. At this time, Sting had clearly shown his intentions of creating his separate identity without the band.
Sting began working on a jazz-tinged solo project immediately, releasing The Dream of the Blue Turtles in 1985. The album of the polic became an international hit and Sting became the superstar.Copeland and Summers demonstrated no inclination to follow their bandmate's path. Copeland recorded the worldbeat exploration The Rhythmatist in 1985. He also continued to compose scores for film and television. Later, he formed the prog rock band Animal Logic. He continued his art rock and jazz fusion experiments with his solo career.
The Police had been an international fame band. The band was greatly appreciated for their achievements. The ploice were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 10, 2003. As a group, they performed Roxanne, Message In a Bottle, and Every Breath You Take live tour.
The Police was ranked 70 by Rolling Stone Magazine on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time in 2004.