Sting Releases Interactive ‘Docu-app’ with Behind the Scenes Info

Posted by at 12:31 pm on November 16, 2011

Sting (AKA Gordon Sumner) first gain fame as the bassist and lead singer for The Police in the late 1970s, part of the “New Wave” movement. Since then, Sting has also established himself as an actor, activist and solo artist, though he has recently reunited with his bandmates in The Police for tours.

The Sting 25 app (free, iPad only) sports hours of interviews, music videos, live footage and more, and acts as a user-controlled “appumentary” overview of his solo career as well as coinciding with his recent 60th birthday. The app features exclusive footage from Sting’s birthday concert for the Robin Hood Foundation in New York City, which featured a number of music celebrities including Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock and Branford Marsalis among others.

The app also features music videos from across Sting’s solo albums, QTVR photos of his signature guitars and other instruments and samples from his albums, along with the ability to buy songs via iTunes or play the Sting songs already in the users iTunes library.. The app sports dual-screen Airplay, allowing users to watch concert footage or videos on an HDTV while still being able to access other content on the iPad.

Sting appeared on Monday at the Upper West Side Apple store in New York City to debut the app, and dedicated a song called “Fragile” to Steve Jobs, crediting him with helping “to create our future.” The app is sponsored by Chevrolet and American Express.  It also dedicated to Steve Jobs’ memory.

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