Q & A with Stewart Copeland: On writing, his memoir, and why the early days of the Police didn’t make the cut

Annetta Ribken (formerly WordWebbing)

Guest post.

Stewart Copeland has been evacuated from Lebanon, locked up in Zaire, and inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. He has performed with Sting and Andy Summers in the Police, Les Claypool and Trey Anastasio in Oysterhead, and Gene Simmons and Stephen Stills in his youngest daughter’s grade school fundraiser. He has composed scores for opera, film, and ballet, acted, directed, danced with Pygmies, judged a reality TV talent show, and whupped Prince Charles on the polo field.
Copeland’s life has been anything but ordinary. It comes as no surprise that his life’s story isn’t either. . . .

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