Funny thing happens after you win 16 Grammys and sell 100 million albums.
At least if you’re Sting, who penned exactly zero songs for nearly a decade before finding the inspiration for his 11th solo album and new Broadway show, The Last Ship.
But don’t take it from us — ask him yourself, at CultureHorde’s “A Private Night With Sting,” where you’ll enjoy prime seats for The Last Ship and an intimate Q&A with ol’ Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner himself.
For those in the dark, CultureHorde's a members-only society proffering exclusive access to the city’s premier cultural events — from private tours of the Whitney’s Koons exhibit to otherwise-impossible tickets to watch Hollywood stars turn around a play in 24 hours.
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So when Sting’s ode to the hardscrabble shipbuilding community of his youth (already receiving rave reviews in preview) arrives in New York, you’ll be sittin’ front orchestra center.
Afterward's the private chit-chat, where you can ask Sting about things like his artistic process, or what the hell was up with the futuristic banana hammock he wore in Dune.
Talk about the king of pain.
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