Tag: Roger Hodgson

Live: Roger Hodgson @ Royal Albert Hall, London

For two and a half hours on Saturday night, Roger Hodgson encouraged a sell-out Royal Albert Hall crowd to momentarily park the bad stuff taking place in the world and concentrate instead on a collected shared love for music and humanity. It’s a speech he gives at every gig. At the time, I interpreted it as a sideswipe at the current incumbent in the White House – it’s a popular observation after all. Forty-eight hours later, Hodgson’s remarks now seem more prescient than ever. Roger Hodgson was the major song writing force of 1970s/1980s prog/rock/pop megastars Supertramp. He can...

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Rock Show: Roger Hodgson at Royal Albert Hall 2017

Last night RockShot Magazine attended the first of two nights in the company of Roger Hodgson (‘the voice of Supertramp‘) currently being played at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The show was a sell out and Roger delighted the audience with many of his solo works, plus of course a healthy selection from the Supertramp back catalogue. The full review of the show will follow shortly but suffice it to say that an evening with Roger Hodgson is one not to be missed for anybody with even a passing interest in the music of Supertramp. The instantly recognisable tunes are...

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Live: Roger Hodgson @ The Royal Albert Hall

Put one hundred Supertramp fans in a room and ask them if they would rather see ‘Supertramp’ or ‘Roger Hodgson – solo artist and the voice of Supertramp’; and I’d be prepared to bet the mortgage that a significant majority would choose the latter. Pink Floyd isn’t Pink Floyd without Waters or Gilmour; Supertramp isn’t Supertramp without Hodgson. And this would explain why a solo performer that’s not a universally acknowledged household name has successfully sold out the Royal Albert Hall tonight. This majestic auditorium is packed full of avid fans of the man who wrote the majority of...

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