Since his time in the studio with the Police ended, Andy Summers has dabbled in a number of musical adventures - including, but not limited to, jazz, vocal, world and experimental. But a one-off tour with Sting and Stewart Copeland some six years ago sparked an urge to return to rock.
The debut album by former Police guitarist Andy Summers' new band, Circa Zero, is recorded and mastered. But they're still trying to decide how, and with whom, to release the record, even though they played their first show last month in Los Angeles.
The Police guitarist Andy Summers isn't closing the door on another reunion tour for the band. While he said that he always thinks the band has "unfinished business," he certainly is not sitting by the phone waiting for it to ring, hoping, wishing, praying or expecting Sting to be on the other end of the call.
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