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Published on Jul 21, 2015
Enjoy this June 2015 interview from Roger Hodgson, co-founder of Supertramp, with Frank Stängle of Germany’s Rock Antenne. Roger discusses his love of playing his songs live and connecting with his multi-generational audiences, his songs from the Crime of the Century album, his favorite Supertramp album, and so much more. Don't miss the opportunity to see Roger performing his classic songs plus material from his amazing solo albums on his worldwide Breakfast in America Tour. Visit http://www.RogerHodgson.com or Events on his Facebook page at https://www.Facebook.com/RogerHodgson for all tour details.
Roger is the writer and composer of most of Supertramp’s greatest hits to include Give a Little Bit, The Logical Song, Breakfast in America, Dreamer, Take the Long Way Home, It's Raining Again, School, Fool’s Overture, plus so many more. Although Roger and Supertramp's other co-founder shared writing credit, they each actually wrote and composed separately with each singing their own songs.
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"Roger, your music transcends time. Your ethereal voice, magical musicianship, and meaningful lyrics touches my soul. You are blessed to be surrounded by such wonderful musicians who understand brilliantly your music. Thank you again for an experience that will always be with me. Your smile on stage says it all."
"Roger Hogdson concert's yesterday was magnificent.. It was the best night of my life.. Roger and his band were simply amazingly out of this world.. They started from SCHOOL, had BREAKFAST IN AMERICA and made us simply DREAMERS..They set the crowd on Fire."
"You, Roger, were deeply becoming one with your music and the oneness was transmitted to the other band members and it leads to a superb playing together of you all. It must be an absolute uplifting experience for musicians to create music in such a way. You all surely love these moments and also when the spark flies to the audience. Stay in touch with your hearts and let the music flow."