| This day in Police history: February 23
Sting with Tommy Bruno and Bill Gruber on 1989-02-23
- On 1968-02-23, Andy Summers performed with Dantalian's Chariot at the Punch Bowl in Lapworth, England, UK.
- On 1975-02-23, Last Exit went to Impulse Studios in Wallsend and recorded two takes of Gerry Richardson's I Got It Made.
- On 1976-02-23, Andy Summers performed in Kevin Coyne's band at the Alma 2 in Leuven, Belgium.
- On 1977-02-23, Sting and Stewart Copeland had their third rehearsal with Cherry Vanilla and her band in London, England, UK - while Henry Padovani showed up at Clerkenwell Police Station in London, England, UK.
- On 1978-02-23, The Police performed at the Hope & Anchor in London, England, UK.
- On 1979-02-23, The Police recorded at Surrey Sound Studios in Leatherhead, England, UK.
- On 1980-02-23, The Police recorded four songs at Alfa Studios Tokyo, Japan.
- On 1982-02-23, The Police had a day off in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- On 1985-02-23, Sting rehearsed with his new band in New York, NY, USA (probably) before playing the first concert on 1985-02-25.
- On 1986-02-23, Sting arrived at LAX airport in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
- On 1988-02-23, Sting performed at the Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN, USA.
- On 1989-02-23, Sting and his crew visited a farm the size of Los Angeles in Brazil.
- On 1991-02-23, Sting performed at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA, USA.
- On 1993-02-23, a planned concert at Miami's Gusman Hall was cancelled due to Sting's laryngitis.
- On 1994-02-23, Sting performed at the Miami Arena in Miami, FL, USA - while Stewart Copeland & The Rhythmatists performed at Community Arts Center in Williamsport, PA, USA.
- On 1996-02-23, Sting rehearsed for Saturday Night Live in New York.
- On 2000-02-23, Sting and Trudie Styler attended the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
- On 2004-02-23, Sting performed at the State Theatre in Cleveland, OH, USA.
- On 2005-02-23, Andy Summers performed with Ben Verdery and orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York, NY, USA.
- On 2006-02-23, Stewart Copeland was in London as a juror for the BBC's "Just The Two Of Us" TV show - after a few days of rehearsals today the first live show was broadcast.
- On 2007-02-23, Sting performed at Teatro degli Arcimboldi in Milan, Italy.
- On 2011-02-23, Sting performed at the Explanada Estadio Monumental in Lima, Peru.
- On 2012-02-23, Andy Summers recorded with Fernanda Takai in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
- On 2014-02-23, Sting performed at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN, USA.
- On 2017-02-23, Sting performed at Smart Financial Centre in Houston, TX, USA.
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