“An excellent read.”
—St. Petersburg Times
“An often hilarious, always candid and astutely observed memoir chronicling a life observed, largely, from the vantage point of a drum throne.”
Rock legend Stewart Copeland, drummer for seminal pop trio The Police, shares his stories from before, during, and after his days with Sting and Andy Summers, in one of the most popular and influential bands of the eighties. Strange Things Happen indeed.
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It was from someone who called himself Klark Kent - who supposedly was a computer programmer now suing IBM for stealing an invention of his - and thus had to wear a mask to conceal his identity (much as Superman had to morph into Clark Kent).Dec 16 2010 | Read Full Review of Strange Things Happen
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The answer would appear to be a lot more complex than one would expect for a rock ‘n’ roll drummer hailing from one of the biggest bands ever to tour the planet: drummer…polo player…film maker…composer…and – as depicted in the final photo in the book (captioned “who I really am”) – family man.Nov 19 2009 | Read Full Review of Strange Things Happen
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