Having first toured together in the eighties for Amnesty International, Rock Paper Scissors will find Peter Gabriel and Sting performing both separately and together, playing their own songs as well as melding their bands to explore each other’s most celebrated hits.
“I’m very happy that we’re taking the chance to experiment this way. I think people will be intrigued, I certainly am.” —Sting
“What intrigues me is that you get a good bunch of musicians together and interesting things will happen.” —Peter Gabriel
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