How Police Drummer Stewart Copeland Found a New Beat—in Advertising

Writing for TV spots was 'the real world,' the rock star told us

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In 2005, Stewart Copeland was 21 years out of the best job he’d ever had: playing drums for The Police. Starting in 1979, the trio led the second British invasion and eventually sold over 100 million albums.

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