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Published on Feb 27, 2013
Roger Hodgson, co-founder of Supertramp, performing his classic hit, "Dreamer," and accompanied by the Orchestra Il Novecento and Fine Fleur Choir at Night of the Proms. Audiences love dancing and singing along to this fun, eternal classic. When Roger performs "Dreamer" in concert, the audience spontaneously gets on their feet and starts dancing in the aisles. What a fun song and what a classic. To see Roger on stage performing, you know not only is the audience having a fantastic time, but he is as well. Imagine, an artist who is smiling and so obviously enjoying himself.
Roger is currently on tour and selling out shows all over the globe in addition to receiving fantastic reviews from media & fans alike. Don't miss out on seeing the singer/songwriter who gave us the everlasting songs - Dreamer, Breakfast in America, Give a Little Bit, Take the Long Way Home, The Logical Song, It's Raining Again, School, Fool's Overture, Hide in Your Shell & many more. http://www.RogerHodgson.com http://www.facebook.com/RogerHodgson
Roger began writing songs at the age of 12 and performed his first concert of original songs at the age of 13. He later recorded some of his songs with Supertramp and many of them have become the soundtrack of our lives. Although Roger & Supertramp's other co-founder shared writing credit, they actually wrote & composed separately with each singing their own songs. http://bit.ly/1Kfgu0W
"I have no words to describe how wonderful was being down there in the public singing, jumping, dancing and playing with you like everybody was just one single person. I was not born when you wrote your music, but since I was twelve and listened my first Supertramp album, I feel touched by every single music of yours. I'm not only thanking you for the show, but for all your contribution that your music have in our lives."
"Roger gives his heart and thus touches the hearts of his audiences. He comes out on stage and the connection is immediately there - everyone is uplifted. You have to experience it, feel it yourself - human language lacks the words to describe it."
"There were smiles. There was joy. There were tears as he sang the songs that helped us through the bad times. The melodies and harmonies can not be replicated except by the master himself..This, my friends, is the music that connects all of us. It was a dream come true to see him, I suggest all do the same."