CUBS TO TAKE POLICE ACTION AT WRIGLEY FIELD? There’s finally some good news for the Cubs, as it appears there’s one less night this summer they won’t have to worry about losing.
The CHICAGO SUN-TIMES reports that the Cubs will “forfeit a night game in exchange for the right to hold a pair of nighttime concerts” at Wrigley Field in July.
Chicago Alderman Tom Tunney hinted that the concerts will feature Sting reuniting with the Police.
Dotmusic.com confirms “The Police have booked rehearsal space for their upcoming reunion tour (and) the band are on the brink of reforming, more than 20 years since they last played live.
“Sting, Andy Summers, and Stewart Copeland are expected to reunite at Lions Gate Studios in Vancouver in the coming weeks to work on material.”
Roger Friedman of Fox News recently reported, “It’s looking more certain than ever that Sting is about to reunite with his original band, The Police.
“Although Sting and his camp remain mum on the subject, sources do tell me that the Police will reunite this summer to celebrate their 30th anniversary.”
The rehearsals will “take place late morning at the famous Whisky A Go Go on Sunset Boulevard.“