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Two decades after recording "All For Love," Bryan Adams and Sting, minus Rod Stewart, performed the song last night at the T.J, Martell Foundation New York Honors Gala.
Adams took the stage first for a solo acoustic guitar performance of "Heaven" before bringing Sting out for their duet on "All For Love." Sting had to have the lyrics in front of him and during the song he said to Adams that "it's pretty good." Sting then did "Fields of Gold" before being joined again by Adams on The Police's "Every Breath You Take."
Among those watching them perform were President Bill Clinton and Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction.