There was a minute during the early '70s when it seemed that Supertramp would be over before it even really started. The heyday came to end when Hodgson left the group in Davies led Supertramp through four more albums and occasional tours, but the real magic is still to be found in that period between , when the group, er, indelibly stamped its reputation as clever, original and refreshing songsmiths Supertramp never had the lothario reputation of, oh, the Rolling Stones or Steel Panther, but Davies' lighthearted ode to road romance indicates there were a few shenanigans in this camp, too. It's also one of the best executed trade-offs between Davies and Hodgson vocals and features one of the hottest guitar solos the latter ever brought into 'Tramp town. What Crisis? Hodgson actually wrote the title track from Supertramp's smash several years prior, before Supertramp even formed though Davies added the "What's she got? Not a lot" passage later. The best of Supertramp's several mini-suites, a pastoral rumination that builds incrementally into a trancey drone before returning to the original theme. An intricately nuanced piece that easily knits together prog and folk-rock flavors.
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Their album Breakfast In America is one of the biggest-selling of all time, having sold more than 20 million copies. And on Wednesday night, Seventies super-group Supertramp played at London's 23, capacity O2 arena as part of a huge 40th anniversary tour. However, the Daily Mail has now learned that a bitter row has broken out between the two band's two key songwriters Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies.
Health organizations and governments around the world are experiencing unprecedented challenges battling COVID Large public gatherings have been strongly discouraged for an indefinite period of time. With many events throughout the world already cancelled, and upon direction from health officials in an effort to keep fans safe and help prevent the spread of COVID, sadly the decision has been made to cancel all Roger Hodgson live performances this year. Dates are announced as they are confirmed by promoters and venues. Pease hold onto your tickets as they will be honored for the new dates in the same venues, so no action is needed on your part. Once new dates are set you will receive notification from the ticket office with full details, including information regarding a refund if you are unable to make the new date. Thank you so much for understanding.