Sting and I

By James Berryman

Sting and I Look inside
  • ISBN: 9781844541072
  • Publication Date: 1 Mar 2005
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: Blake Publishing

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Synopsis

One of the most successful artists in rock history, Sting is often perceived as an intensely private, overly serious do-gooder. Many biographers have tried to get beyond the image, but Jim Berryman is the only one to have written about Sting from the perspective of a forty-year friendship. Here, he reveals the roots of Sting's incredible climb to international fame and fortune. Reaching back into the early 1960s, when Sting and Jim were schoolboys, Jim shows a side to the singer that has never been seen before.

About the author

James Berryman is 48, single and lives in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, where he was born and raised. Educated at St Cuthbert's Grammar School, where he first met Sting, he has had many jobs, including being a bookie and entrepreneur. This is his first book.

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