Roger Hodgson back in the US for the “Breakfast In America” Tour

Roger Hodgson helped propel Supertramp to international superstardom in the 70’s with album sales of well over 60 million, including 1979’s stellar blockbuster, Breakfast in America, which alone sold upwards of 20 million copies. Timeless in nature, his songs have played on the radio continuously for more than thirty-five years. Now, in concert, Hodgson reignites memories and emotions with a heart-stirring voice that both critics and fans declare is sounding better than ever. This is an experience you do not want to miss.

He’s visiting the Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York area, so check out the tour dates and times here.

Concurrent with the tour, Hodgson has announced the forthcoming release of a new live album, Classics Live 2 which is available through his Store and iTunes 

3 thoughts to “Roger Hodgson back in the US for the “Breakfast In America” Tour”

  1. After just one time of seeing Roger Hodgson, there’s simply no way I’ll miss any of his shows! Every note, every word of his timeless songs have a special way of reaching the hearts and souls of several generations, all walks of life, worldwide – the grandiose, full sound Roger and his band creates is awing, you can feel it deep in your bones! With a set-list packed top to bottom with the classics (Give a Little Bit, Dreamer, Logical Song, Take the Long Way Home, Breakfast in America) AND the deep gems too (Hide in Your Shell, Lord is it Mine, Sister Moonshine)…it’s a blast to see a few shows in a row and hear a lot of spine-chilling songs! There’s a good run of East Coast shows this month, check it out on Roger’s Facebook – – I’m going to NY, PA & NJ!

  2. I have been counting the weeks for Roger Hodgson’s show in Englewood, NJ on Oct 25! Now I can’t believe that I am finally counting the days! I have been a huge fan for years! Seeing Roger Hodgson in concert is an absolute must! There is nothing like seeing the original singer/songwriter performing his songs and oh, what songs Roger gave us.

    Roger not only co-founded Supertramp, he also wrote and composed the band’s greatest hits to include Give a Little Bit, Breakfast in America, The Logical Song, Take the Long Way Home, Dreamer, and so many more! Many people don’t realize that although Roger and Supertramp’s other co-founder shared writing credit, they actually wrote and composed separately with each singing their own songs.

    Roger’s shows are so warm and intimate that it’s like seeing a good friend up there on stage. He voice soars through those high notes with ease and he has never sounded better. I saw all of his remaining tour dates on Events on his Facebook page –

  3. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Roger and his band. As the co-founder and creative genius behind Supertramp he wil no doubt be playing many of his hit songs that were released under the band’s name and some songs from his great solo albums. It will be a night to remember.

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