Uploaded on Oct 3, 2011
Roger Hodgson, co-founder of Supertramp, is performing Child of Vision with his band this year on his Breakfast in America Tour. If you haven't seen him live, fans and reviewers are saying he sounds better than when he was with Supertramp. Come to a show and see why each and every one of Roger's concerts receives spectacular reviews from media and fans alike. Experience the magic for yourself!
Roger is currently in the midst of his Breakfast in America Tour and selling out shows all over the globe in addition to receiving fantastic reviews from media and fans alike. Get tour dates and ticket links at http://www.rogerhodgson.com/documents... or https://www.facebook.com/rogerhodgson....
See what fans are saying -
"I was a huge Supertramp fan growing up in the 70's and your songs certainly had an impact on my life. I know now that after hearing you perform these songs now that I am hearing them the way they were meant to be heard...and...after all these years they are even more meaningful and relevant than when I was growing up. Thank you Roger for your gift of music and love."
"No other performer who comes even close in connecting with and pleasing the audience like he does. I have seen him several times and was truly amazed at the number of people who travelled long distances just for the shows."
For tour news and details, visit http://www.RogerHodgson.com or http://www.facebook.com/RogerHodgson
Many people are unaware that Roger was Supertramp's chief architect and visionary when it came to arranging and producing the albums and designing the stage shows. All his gifts continue to shine through - in every concert he takes people on a musical journey that is both powerfully moving and intimate.
Roger Hodgson has been recognized as one of the most gifted composers, songwriters and lyricists of our time. The songs Roger sings that are often referred to as Supertramp songs are songs that Roger wrote and composed alone - that is how he creates music. Even though Roger and Rick shared writing credit, they each wrote and composed separately. Roger wrote many of the band's hits while he was still in his teens, before he even met Rick. When Roger was with Supertramp, he would make a demo of the song and bring it to the band for them to learn their parts.
Supertramp as a band never wrote and composed together. There were only two songwriters for the band. The songs Roger sings lead vocals on are the ones he composed the music and lyrics for, and the songs Rick sings lead vocals on are the ones that he wrote.
To find out more about his music check out Supertramp Songwriters - http://www.rogerhodgson.com/documents...
Also, Roger's Albums and Singles are now available on iTunes:
Classics Live: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/clas...
Open the Door: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/open...
Or you can buy directly from the artist and get his autographed CD's at: http://www.rogerhodgsonstore.com
And to read more concert reviews or leave a concert review, go to Roger Hodgson's guestbook: http://rogerhodgson.com/guestbook/mjg...
Be sure to also follow Roger on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/RogerHodgson
Sample Set List -
Take the Long Way Home
Lovers in the Wind
Breakfast in America
Easy Does It
Rosie Had Everything Planned
A Soapbox Opera
The Logical Song
Child of Vision
C'est le Bon
Death and a Zoo
If Everyone Was Listening
Even in the Quietest Moments
Don't Leave Me Now
Two of Us
Give a Little Bit
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