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  • 08.23.2015 Andy Summers talks to The Daily Mirror...

    They were arguably the biggest band on the planet, enjoying phenomenal success with a string of hit records, sold-out concerts worldwide and a dedicated following of female fans. Then, after seven years at the top, The Police broke up amid a flurry of accusations, arguments and broken marriages. And even when they reunited for a concert tour in 2007 it almost didn’t happen because of bitter dressing room conflicts on the eve of the first gig. Now guitarist Andy Summers is lifting the lid on what really went on behind the scenes with himself, Sting and drummer Stewart Copeland. Relaxing in an office in West Hollywood, Summers, 72, talks with humorous ­frankness about the wild days when The Police were touring the world and producing hits like Roxanne, Every Breath You Take and Don’t Stand So Close to Me. Read the full interview here...

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on August 23, 2015 - 7:08am

They were arguably the biggest band on the planet, enjoying phenomenal success with a string of hit records, sold-out concerts worldwide and a dedicated following of female fans. Then, after seven years at the top, The Police broke up amid a flurry of accusations, arguments and broken marriages. And even when they reunited for a concert tour in 2007 it almost didn’t happen because of bitter dressing room conflicts on the eve of the first gig. Now guitarist Andy Summers is lifting the lid on what really went on behind the scenes with himself, Sting and drummer Stewart Copeland. Relaxing in an office in West Hollywood, Summers, 72, talks with humorous ­frankness about the wild days when The Police were touring the world and producing hits like Roxanne, Every Breath You Take and Don’t Stand So Close to Me. Read the full interview here...