NEW YORK, Jan. 4 (UPI) -- The 1980s rock group The Police are said to be considering a series of reunion shows for later this year. Billboard magazine reports that while the band's lead singer Sting has maintained a stance against any possible reunion over the last two decades, ru
Today's birthdays include Rex Allen, the "Arizona Cowboy," who was born in 1924 (age 78); folksinger Odetta in 1930 (age 72); Police guitarist Andy Summers in 1942 (age 60); the late John Denver in 1943; original Kinks bassist Peter Quaife, also in 1943 (
Police guitarist Andy Summers performs onstage in the first of two shows at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Canada on July 22, 2007. The shows are part of the Police World Tour as Summers reunites with frontman and bassist Sting and drummer Stewart Copeland for a series of concerts on 6 continents. (UPI Photo/Christine Chew)
Andy Summers (born Andrew James Somers 31 December 1942) is an English guitarist and composer best known for his work in The Police.
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