1. The Ellen Generous Show 12/02/11: Desert Rose Live
2. Sting: “25 Years Reflections” 03/30/12: In this exclusive MSG interview shot specifically for this TV special Sting discusses “living in the moment” and becoming 60. The show focus on nearly every LP Sting’s released and what the emotional and psychological inspiration was fo each LP.
3. CMT’s Crossroads 11/25/2011: Sting & Vince Gill. Live concert duet. It’s a match made in heaven, as Vince and Sting proceeded to demonstrate. The unlikely pair bounded onto the stage, a bespectacled Vince in unpretentious plaid shirt and jeans, Sting dressing down in a gray t-shirt. The band is basically Vince’s all-star lineup, complemented by Sting’s long-time sideman and collaborator Dominic Miller on guitar and vocals. Vince plays his usual variety of Telecasters and Gibsons; Sting plays bass, his mini-Martin guitar and, occasionally, harmonica. The show, a tightly paced hour-long set, follows Crossroads’ usual practice of alternating songs from each artist’s repertoire. Among the highlights: Gill sings an angelic rendition of Sting’s “Fields of Gold” (“I always wanted to sing this song, especially after hearing the beautiful version of the late Eva Cassidy,” Gill says). Not to be outdone, Sting takes the lead on an exceptionally moving version of Vince’s “Whenever You Come Around.” “It’s one of my favorite Vince Gill songs,” Sting says. “When I first heard it, I felt as if he was writing it for me.” Introducing Sting’s classic “If I Ever Lose My Faith in You,” Vince jokes that “I always wanted to be a rock star, I just couldn’t fit into the spandex.” He then proceeds to tear it up with a blistering guitar solo that leaves the crowd cheering.- The one cover is the Everly Brothers classic, “Let It Be Me.” In this one, as on several of the other tunes, Vince takes the high harmony – in his usual peerless fashion.“We enjoyed playing together so much, we’ve decided to go out on the road. We’ll call ourselves “The Self-Righteous Brothers,” Sting jokes.
Here’s the complete set list: Liza Jane, Interview with Sting turning 60 and Vince at 54 Fields of Gold Whenever You Come Around If I Ever Lose My Faith In You These Days Shape of My Heart Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away Let It Be Me Every Breath You Take
4. Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together 11/02/12: Whoopi Goldberg introduces Sting and Sting performs “Message In A Bottle” acoustic version
5. The 55th Grammy Awards 02/10/13: Tribute To Bob Marley Featuring Sting
6. Later with Jools Holland 09/20/13: Opening celebrating the programs 300th Episode. Sting performs off his new LP ”The Last Ship”. Live performances of “As Yet”, “The Last Ship” and “Jock The Singing Welder”
7. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11/04/13: Opening, Sting Teaser, introduction to interview. Then later in the show Sting performs “Practical Arrangement” live from his new LP “The Last Ship”
8. Ellen 11/06/13: Episode Preview
9. Ellen 11/06/13: Opening, Sting is interviewed and later in the show Sting performs “As Yet” live from his new LP “The Last Ship”
10. The Late Show with David Lettermen 02/04/14: Drive My Car Live from the new CD The Last Ship