Reformed rockers THE POLICE have been invited to play their first concerts in Cuba by the communist country's government.
The group is considering ending its American reunion tour on the Caribbean island in December (07), according to Fox News reports.
The official invite comes after Police frontman Sting and his actress wife Trudi Styler recently met with dignitaries and artists on a trip to Cuba.
Although the proposed show will be a first for The Police, bandmates Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers performed a concert there in 1999.
The group's reunion world tour will begin in Vancouver, Canada next month (May07), and will include a string of European festival shows and stadium concerts in America.
The group is also one of the headline acts for the Live Earth awareness concert this summer (Jul07).
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