Sting knows he’s ‘really lucky’ to have a recording studio at home during lockdown

Derrick Santistevan

The 68- year-old star is still able to deal with brand-new music from his home in Wiltshire, South-West England, and he’s likewise applauded the efforts of health care employees during the pandemic.

He informed Wanderer publication: “I’m fortunate adequate to have a recording studio here, where I can work daily.

” I’m really lucky; I’m really grateful. I’m likewise grateful for our health care employees, who are doing an amazing task, risking their lives daily on the cutting edge.

“The best thing that we can do is to help them, and not to get sick, and not to add to their workload, because we are all in this together.”

The pandemic has actually suggested that lots of artists around the globe have been required to cancel their touring strategies in 2020.

The pop star Kesha, for example, just recently revealed she was cancelling her ‘High Roadway’ trip due to the health crisis.

The 33- year-old vocalist validated the news through her Instagram account, explaining the decision as “heartbreaking”.
She composed on the photo-sharing platform: “This is heartbreaking, however the safety of my fans & & team is my number 1 concern.

” Due to the fact that of the present circumstance, doing this trip in 2020 is no longer possible. That does not suggest we can’t commemorate and reveal ourselves together in spirit and online. I will do my best to bring you all as much art and music as I can, as we survive this completely. (sic)”

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