Stewart Copeland says he gets along 'really well' with The Police when they're not making music

Plus, a look at his latest venture where he performs Police songs with an orchestra

It’s been over 13 years since The Police last took the stage together, but that’s not due to any personal animosity that exists between bandmates.

Stewart Copeland joined Audacy’s Maggie McKay for a wide-ranging conversation including how he and his bandmates from The Police get along, his current run of orchestral shows, and when he knew he was famous.

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Copeland said he, Sting, and Andy Summers usually reconnect “at each other's shows.”

“Sting plays more shows so it’s usually at Sting’s shows,” he says. Copeland says he and his former bandmates “get along really, really well.”

“As long as we’re not trying to make music well,” he continued.