Sting receives BMI Icon Award for contribution to music industry
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Sting will receive next month a BMI Icon Award for his contribution to the music industry.
Soon the new album 57th & 9th, the 64-year-old singer. He had earlier hits like Message in a Bottle and Fragile. For many years he performed with the group The Police.
“Sting is an icon. His musical catalogue has had an enormous impact on music lovers of different generations everywhere in the world,” said Brandon Bakshi of BMI against the BBC.
The BMI Icon Award was previously awarded to Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks, Ray Davies, Van Morrison and Tim Rice. The price is mention by america (BMI (Broadcast Music Inc).
In his career received a Gordon Sumner, real name of Sting, for over sixteen Grammy’s and he was included in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.