TUSCANY, Italy (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Ex Police frontman Sting dropped some hints about a possible 30-year-anniversary Police reunion after performing music from his latest album for press critics. Joined by Bosnian musician Edin Karamazov, the hour-long performance was recorded by PBS to be broadcast as a 'Great Performances' special on Feb. 26. Both the performance and the new classical album, "Songs From the Labyrinth" will feature music culled from 16th century Elizabethan lute master John Dowland.
As an encore, Sting performed the Police classic "Message in a Bottle" on his trusty lute.
According to The Sun, after the performance when asked by a member of the press about the persistent rumors of a Police reunion, Sting replied "You know, it's the 30th anniversary, it would be nice to do something to celebrate. We don't quite know what, but we're talking about it."
When another member of the press audience suggested that the two bands fans would most like to see reunited were The Police and Van Halen, Sting quipped "I'll join Van Halen." – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers