Stewart Copeland Releases New Album, “Police Deranged For Orchestra” | Music High 5

Stewart Copeland, the former drummer of The Police, releases “Police Deranged For Orchestra,” a fresh take on fan favorites like “Roxanne” and “Every Breath You Take.”

Plus, Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” reaches #1 35 years after its release, captivating audiences with its timeless appeal. Neil Young’s lost 1977 album, “Chrome Dreams,” will finally see the light of day on August 11th, and MORE on Music High 5.

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