Roger Hodgson, co-founder and voice of Supertramp, released his solo album, Open the Door, in 2000 and went on to top the charts in Europe. This mesmerizing song, Death and a Zoo, is one of many acclaimed songs from the album. Signed albums, DVD and more at http://www.RogerHodgsonStore.com.
Roger often performs this audience favorite in concert, in addition to other songs from the album such as Along Came Mary, The More I Look and Love is a Thousand Times.
Don't miss seeing in concert the singer/songwriter who gave us the everlasting songs of our lives - Dreamer, Breakfast in America, Give a Little Bit, Take the Long Way Home, It's Raining Again, School, Fool's Overture, Hide in Your Shell and many more. Many of Roger's songs are often referred to as Supertramp songs, though Roger wrote alone, not with Rick or the band. In fact, many of Roger's songs he wrote before he met Rick and co-founded Supertramp in 1969.
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"This is the real deal: a legendary music man, in brilliant form and shimmering presence, supported by a tight, terrific band. When you can catch a show, go. An evening with Roger Hodgson will raise your standards of concert-going." Huffington Post
Share your experience of Roger's shows or what his songs mean to you~
"Brilliant concert.Every song just so well done.A concert where you could hear a pin drop between the quieter sections, every single person totally transfixed on the beautiful sounds they were hearing."
"You were deeply becoming one with your music, the oneness was transmitted to the other band members & it leads to a superb playing together of you all. It must be an absolute uplifting experience for musicians to create music in such a way.You all surely love these moments & also when the spark flies to the audience. Stay in touch with your hearts and let the music flow."
"Roger Hodgson has created music that will live forever.Our lives are that much better because of masters like Roger. Through all the roads we have gone down, Roger's music was there to make life a bit easier. The Beethoven of our times, Roger will be with us forever."
"Your music is timeless. It continually helps me throughout not only the rough spots in life we all go through, but really as a daily dose of spirituality & love.Thank you penning words that speak to us in a way that we can find new meaning in them each time we hear them."