Thurdsay 10 August 2017 at 20h30
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98000 - MONACO
Roger Hodgson was and will forever remain the heart and soul of Supertramp, the legendary group he co-founded in 1969 and departed in 1983. Hodgson wrote and sang the majority of the hits which brought the band worldwide phenomenal success. No one has forgotten “The Logical Song”, “Breakfast in America”, “Give a Little Bit”, “Take the Long Way Home”, “Dreamer” , "Fool's Overture" , "School" , or even “It’s Raining Again”, timeless songs with chiselled melodies, which sold more than 60 million copies of Supertramp’s four historic albums: Crime of the Century (1974) Crisis , What Crisis? (1975) Even in the Quietest Moments (1977) and Breakfast in America (1979). But it is as a solo artist that the singer and guitarist has been performing since 1984, with unfailing success. Roger Hodgson returns this summer on the Côte d'Azur, which he has been visiting and enjoying for a very long time. He will perform during the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival with four musicians who now make up his stage band: Aaron Macdonald (Sax, Keyboard), Bryan Head (Drums), Kevin Adamson (Keyboards) and David J. Carpenter (Bass). A formation Roger describes as “playing just as well if not better than Supertramp”. That’s fine because his legendary hits of Supertramp will obviously be in the programme, as well as his solo successes.
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