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Topic: Supertramp to perform in Paris,France-October 2010
Posted By: Icarium
Subject: Supertramp to perform in Paris,France-October 2010
Date Posted: April 03 2010 at 06:10
In  Paris in 18th October on Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy or where ever that is, this fall

here is a link

and if someone can find more info please don't be shye and post it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Davies - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Davies



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Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 03 2010 at 06:15
Probably bloody good news too....would love to see another RD led release. The heart of the Tramp.

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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: April 03 2010 at 06:17
well it is 40 years since the first album release (and 41 years since they become a band)(as it is with Gentle Giant, ELP and Magma to mention a few band with 40 years crises)


Posted By: genesisfn
Date Posted: April 05 2010 at 19:36
Supertramp hopefully will write & record new material
Hoping Roger Hodgson, Bob C. Benberg & rest of the core of the band re-unite......
Perhaps a tour of USA states too!.........Clap


Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: April 06 2010 at 01:53
and Richard Palmer-JamesHug is also welcome (me hope)


Posted By: amac
Date Posted: April 06 2010 at 09:38
Just an FYI for all those interested. Roger Hodgson will NOT be part of the upcoming Supertramp shows. But no worries, Roger Hodgson is currently touring worldwide. Check out his website at www.rogerhodgson.com
we are playing dates this year in Australia, South America, Germany, France, Portugal, Canada, U.S. and many more coming. Don't miss the opportunity to catch the Real Heart and voice of the music of Supertramp.


Posted By: Strawberry Fields
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 00:19
I saw Roger Hodgson, co-founder of Supertramp, last year while I was on holiday in Paris.  Roger's concert was the best part of my whole trip.   I didn't want the night to end.   I got to hear the original singer perform all of the timeless classics he wrote such as Give a Little Bit, Dreamer, Take the Long Way Home, Breakfast in America, The Logical Song, Fool's Overture, and so very many more.   I very highly recommend seeing Roger in concert.  I understand that he will not be touring with Supertramp on their fall tour but honestly, he doesn't need them.  They need him.  Check out Roger's show and you will see what I'm talking about.  Why go see Supertramp when you can see the original singer, writer, and composer of the great majority of Supertramp's hits?    He was their voice, heart, and soul, without a doubt.    Looks as if I will again be making a trip to France to catch his show.  More than worth it.   Take a look at Roger's website www.RogerHodgson.com.


Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 00:37
Originally posted by amac

Just an FYI for all those interested. Roger Hodgson will NOT be part of the upcoming Supertramp shows. But no worries, Roger Hodgson is currently touring worldwide. Check out his website at www.rogerhodgson.com
we are playing dates this year in Australia, South America, Germany, France, Portugal, Canada, U.S. and many more coming. Don't miss the opportunity to catch the Real Heart and voice of the music of Supertramp.
Good news Wink The Real Heart and voice of the music of Supertramp was and always is.....Rick Davies

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Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 00:40
Originally posted by Strawberry Fields

I saw Roger Hodgson, co-founder of Supertramp, last year while I was on holiday in Paris.  Roger's concert was the best part of my whole trip.   I didn't want the night to end.   I got to hear the original singer perform all of the timeless classics he wrote such as Give a Little Bit, Dreamer, Take the Long Way Home, Breakfast in America, The Logical Song, Fool's Overture, and so very many more.   I very highly recommend seeing Roger in concert.  I understand that he will not be touring with Supertramp on their fall tour but honestly, he doesn't need them.  They need him.  Check out Roger's show and you will see what I'm talking about.  Why go see Supertramp when you can see the original singer, writer, and composer of the great majority of Supertramp's hits?    He was their voice, heart, and soul, without a doubt.    Looks as if I will again be making a trip to France to catch his show.  More than worth it.   Take a look at Roger's website www.RogerHodgson.com.
Great to hear....again I have to disagree with you though. Roger Hodgson not rejoining the band he left around 1984 makes sense. Not saying it would be bad news but I think the albums done by the band since he left are arguably some of their best input (Free as a bird aside)

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Posted By: Rosie D
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 03:04
While I would love to see an actual Supertramp reunion, I have to say I would certainly prefer seeing a Roger Hodgson solo show over a RIck Davies solo show [posing as Supertramp] any day of the week.  My understanding is that Rick is the only member of the original ["golden years"]  band actually participating -- which will make it even more bogus when they perform Roger's material, in blatant disregard of their verbal agreement. 

Chris S., I think you may be one of maybe 3 people I've ever heard of [the other 2 being Rick & Sue Davies ;)] who prefer the post-Hodgson material.  Rick & Roger were perfect together, bouncing ideas off each other & spurring each other on -- yin & yang, maybe.  Rick's subsequent stuff just didn't cut it for me, personally.  Roger's solo stuff, on the other hand, was and is excellent for the most part [excepting Hai Hai, which isn't half bad either ;)].  His solo shows are superb. 

I totally agree with Strawberry Fields: Roger is well worth going out of your way for.  I wish I could go to Europe to see him!  Check out the website for info on his 2010 world tour:  www.rogerhodgson.com.




Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 05:40
Originally posted by Rosie D

While I would love to see an actual Supertramp reunion, I have to say I would certainly prefer seeing a Roger Hodgson solo show over a RIck Davies solo show [posing as Supertramp] any day of the week.  My understanding is that Rick is the only member of the original ["golden years"]  band actually participating -- which will make it even more bogus when they perform Roger's material, in blatant disregard of their verbal agreement. 

Chris S., I think you may be one of maybe 3 people I've ever heard of [the other 2 being Rick & Sue Davies ;)] who prefer the post-Hodgson material.  Rick & Roger were perfect together, bouncing ideas off each other & spurring each other on -- yin & yang, maybe.  Rick's subsequent stuff just didn't cut it for me, personally.  Roger's solo stuff, on the other hand, was and is excellent for the most part [excepting Hai Hai, which isn't half bad either ;)].  His solo shows are superb. 

I totally agree with Strawberry Fields: Roger is well worth going out of your way for.  I wish I could go to Europe to see him!  Check out the website for info on his 2010 world tour:  www.rogerhodgson.com.


Comments respected and yes Hodgson/Davies were great for their earlier works. Personally I dislike most of Hodgson's solo work ( Open the Door aside) but I am sure he is great live. I was fortunate to see Something's never Change tour and Slow Motion tours in the UK and believe me Mark Hart was a more than able replacement. Supertramp evolved into a more jazz orientated band and with the exception of Doug Thompson, the Siebenberg prescence was still there ( Bob's son). Rick's music and the band's output really was refreshing. Heliiwell also in fine form still. I guess opinions vary just like I enjoyed say Collin's era Genesis just as much as the Gabriel era. I just think Rick Davies owned the  Supertamp sound format and continued with it
Brother Where You Bound 4/5
Free As a Bird 3/5
Some Things Never Change 4/5
Slow Motion  3.5/5
 
Notwithstanding that their most commercial era was with Hodgson in it but I would sacrifice that nowadays to see the jazz sound of latter day Supertramp. So I don;t think Rick & Sue Davies and me are the only three. Maybe run another pollSmile


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Posted By: nuskysa
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 09:35

Roger is one of the best artists in the world. For me, he's the soul & heart of Supertramp undoubtedly.Big smile

I'm going to make a trip to see him in Paris, and of  course, I will attend his shows in Spain too.
 
we are very fortunate to enjoy this fantastic artist
Roger Hodgson is one of the contemporary pop worlds great talents and gifted man, and it's well worth making the effort to see his show, pay homage and be thoroughly entertained by a quality individual

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Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 10:05
It's interesting this thread started with the Supertramp announcement and since then mostly ' newbies' plugging Roger Hodgson ( as in first forum posts)LOL

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Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 12:15
Originally posted by Chris S

Originally posted by amac

Just an FYI for all those interested. Roger Hodgson will NOT be part of the upcoming Supertramp shows. But no worries, Roger Hodgson is currently touring worldwide. Check out his website at www.rogerhodgson.com
we are playing dates this year in Australia, South America, Germany, France, Portugal, Canada, U.S. and many more coming. Don't miss the opportunity to catch the Real Heart and voice of the music of Supertramp.
Good news Wink The Real Heart and voice of the music of Supertramp was and always is.....Rick Davies
 
 
I totally agree with you Chris.  Davies was the heart and soul of that band. 


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Posted By: genbanks
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 15:53
Agree with Chris S. and others. The Hodgson Davies era was great. The Roger's songs were always more commercial, more pop songs. With the time, for me seems to be a bit boring (except Fool's overture and Child of Vision). By the other side, Rick's songs always shown some of the prog side of Supertramp (Rudy, Crime of the Century, Another man`s woman, Waiting so long, etc.). With the time I prefer the Rick's side of Supertramp. The last albums, without Roger Hodgson, are great (except Free as a bird, which even has a gret track like An awful thing to waste). The last, Slowmotion is fantastic for me.
 
I think that there are many people out there who things like us, that Rick Davies was always the soul of Supertramp.


Posted By: wadester2006
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 16:42
I tend to agree with Chris S. for the most part. And yes, Chris, I am another newbie...though I've been trolling for years ;o)  ... So, I've seen Roger solo, in a wonderful small club environment here in Vancouver..and also seen Rick's Supertramp in the big arenas here on the 'STMC' and 'Slow Motion' tours... I must say, both were amazing experiences. But I agree with Chris, Rick pulled it off big time, and Mark Hart is an amazing singer and musician. Overall, the more real Supertramp experiences..were with Rick's Supertramp. Rogers shows were great but like Jon Andersons solo shows...it feels like there's something missing..as great and intimate as it is. Also, like Chris, think The Tramp albums without Roger are strong and underrated. Some Things Never Change...is classic..Slow Motion very good too. Love Rogers 'Eye of the STorm' Hai hai' too.  I just hope Rick is not totally by himself. Does anyone know who's in the band?  Any originals?  Bob? John? hello?  Even Mark Hart..as far as I know he has a new album and tour with Crowded House??


Posted By: easydoesit
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 19:14

The sound of Supertramp without Roger Hodgson is absolutely incomplete.The audience will choose what they wants to see...an incomplete  and weak Supertramp or a full and amazing sound and voice of Roger...SleepyLOL



Posted By: genesisfn
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 19:31
Supertramp will have a changed sound w / our Roger Hodgson
Artists have changed their lineups & have gone on
Yes, AC/DC, Genesis, Who. Marillion, Asia etc.......
It's about acceptance......."Fame is fleeting"


Posted By: genesisfn
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 19:31
Originally posted by genesisfn

Supertramp will have a changed sound w / out Roger Hodgson
Artists have changed their lineups & have gone on
Yes, AC/DC, Genesis, Who. Marillion, Asia etc.......
It's about acceptance......."Fame is fleeting"


Posted By: genbanks
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 19:33
I think that is not a matter of what the audience choose. It's just a matter of musical direction. Supertramp was survive many years without Roger, and did many tours with decent audiences, maybe bigger than Roger's audiences. But the point is that the musical spirit of Supertramp, in my opinion, survives with the band albums and not with Roger`s albums. Don't mean that Roger's albums are bad albums, but they has not the Supertramp spirit.


Posted By: heartsong62
Date Posted: April 08 2010 at 21:46
_popupControl(); As a Supertramp fan, I love Ricks music, I love Roger music.   This is not about drawing a line in the sand and downgrade one performer over the other, this is about the love of music played live.  Both Roger and Rick do offer their music to the public. 
 
I would love to see Rick's jazzy, bluesy, masterfully played performance, but would struggle with someone else singing Rogers songs.  I struggle with many groups who filled spaces left open by exiting members, but is just me.  If Rick would tour under his name as Roger does that would help many fans who understand the relationships within this group.. 
 
Truly it's about the music and how the people who love it interact with it.  It's not about who is better/worse for that is subjective not objective, involving personal opinions, but yet that is a persons love of music, personal. 


Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 09 2010 at 01:21
^ That's cool so you would say that David Gilmour should have renamed MLOR and DB under his solo name? Bollocks///// Both Roger's left and relinquished the band names too.... Just drawing an analogy with the Floyd scenario.....anyhow peace, great to see many new forum members climbing into this topicThumbs Up

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Posted By: carlfitz
Date Posted: April 09 2010 at 04:22
Originally posted by Chris S

Originally posted by Rosie D

While I would love to see an actual Supertramp reunion, I have to say I would certainly prefer seeing a Roger Hodgson solo show over a RIck Davies solo show [posing as Supertramp] any day of the week.  My understanding is that Rick is the only member of the original ["golden years"]  band actually participating -- which will make it even more bogus when they perform Roger's material, in blatant disregard of their verbal agreement. 

Chris S., I think you may be one of maybe 3 people I've ever heard of [the other 2 being Rick & Sue Davies ;)] who prefer the post-Hodgson material.  Rick & Roger were perfect together, bouncing ideas off each other & spurring each other on -- yin & yang, maybe.  Rick's subsequent stuff just didn't cut it for me, personally.  Roger's solo stuff, on the other hand, was and is excellent for the most part [excepting Hai Hai, which isn't half bad either ;)].  His solo shows are superb. 

I totally agree with Strawberry Fields: Roger is well worth going out of your way for.  I wish I could go to Europe to see him!  Check out the website for info on his 2010 world tour:  www.rogerhodgson.com.


Comments respected and yes Hodgson/Davies were great for their earlier works. Personally I dislike most of Hodgson's solo work ( Open the Door aside) but I am sure he is great live. I was fortunate to see Something's never Change tour and Slow Motion tours in the UK and believe me Mark Hart was a more than able replacement. Supertramp evolved into a more jazz orientated band and with the exception of Doug Thompson, the Siebenberg prescence was still there ( Bob's son). Rick's music and the band's output really was refreshing. Heliiwell also in fine form still. I guess opinions vary just like I enjoyed say Collin's era Genesis just as much as the Gabriel era. I just think Rick Davies owned the  Supertamp sound format and continued with it
Brother Where You Bound 4/5
Free As a Bird 3/5
Some Things Never Change 4/5
Slow Motion  3.5/5
 
Notwithstanding that their most commercial era was with Hodgson in it but I would sacrifice that nowadays to see the jazz sound of latter day Supertramp. So I don;t think Rick & Sue Davies and me are the only three. Maybe run another pollSmile
 
I saw the post Hodgson supertramp in bercy in may 1997 and while i really enjoyed Rick singing his wonderful OLD supertramp stuff i could not stand hearing Mark Hart singing Hodgons songs.He seemed very uncomfortable doing them and it ruined a part of the show for me.If supertramp are touring again this fall i hope Rick sings his own great compositions and leaves Hodgsons alone,as he did in 1986 on the BWYB tour.
 


Posted By: Supagormas
Date Posted: April 09 2010 at 08:30

I must admit at not only being annoyed but totally dissapointed that for Supertramps 40th Anniversary tour it does not include Roger Hodgson. Both writers Rick Davies and Roger saw the band through its 'golden' era!! Really whats that all about!!!!! For thousands of fans like myself would have loved to have seeen them reunite one last time on stage. It would be nice that any personal/business differences were put aside and considerations be given to the fans that bought the records and attended the concerts at the time of the glory years...and made them millionaires to boot...there Give A Little Bit is now Crime of the Century. Angry    



Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 09 2010 at 11:22
LOL^LOLLOL - check the source.......LOL

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Posted By: Flora
Date Posted: April 13 2010 at 18:56
Wow what a discussion.  I have to admit I have never seen Supertramp and can't remember when they even toured last so please educate me.  I love Rick's & Roger's music.  I was hoping the Supertramp tour had all the original members.  Are Dougie, Jessie and John on this tour?  I love Rick's originals so Jazzy but I'm from Memphis so I'm biased.  And I have seen Roger's concerts and have been blown away heart and soul by his wonderful music and presence.  I'll probably go to both of their concerts I'm just bummed it's not a reunion tour.


Posted By: RobinSpain
Date Posted: April 13 2010 at 18:56


Posted By: RobinSpain
Date Posted: April 13 2010 at 19:06
I signed up for Google alerts and this popped up announcing the ST show in France. For me, I’m not going to go to it, I went to see ST 3 times in 2002 and say, they did sound like they were technically, mechanically good musicians, but didn’t feel any heart, soul, spirit.  It didn’t touch me, didn’t make me cry or laugh, it was quite dry and actually boring for me.  I was disappointed.  Whereas I’ve been to quite a few of Roger’s shows, band and solo and orchestra, and I get chills. I’m left with a feel good feeling for quite a while and deeply touched.  So the results of Roger’s show I much prefer to seeing a big band production that has no spirit or magic or heart to it. 

So, I’m going to see a couple of Roger’s shows in France, he's playing there on July 20th and 27th.  Also I noticed there is a person who wrote about Roger not going out with ST, if you go to www.rogerhodgson.com/documents/news.html.com, you can read the letter that Roger's manager wrote, saying that basically Roger was not invited to tour with ST. On another site I saw the rest of the band was only invited a couple of weeks before they announced the tour.  So it seems like this tour was pulled off last minute. For the fans sake, I think Rick and Sue Davies made a mistake in not inviting Roger to join on the tour and also to ask Dougie. Anyway, great to find your site.  



Posted By: Markus_70
Date Posted: April 14 2010 at 12:58
Tongue
Sorry, but here is another guy who prefers Rick Davies interpretation of Supertramp. Both, Rick an Roger, were on of the best songwriters of all time. But for me Rick is much more deep-going and sophisticated. Sure, the best thing would be if both would re-unite. But that it óbiously won´t be. I´m looking forward for Supertramp. Roger ist NOT Supertramp. Rick is NOT Supertramp too. But Rick, John and Bob are 70% of Supertramp. So I´m very excited...


Posted By: Flora
Date Posted: April 17 2010 at 21:06
Hey Markus I agree I love Rick's songs and I heard that Roger did offer to play some dates but it was turned down.  I already made my plans around Roger's tour dates which were posted before I ever heard Rick was going to tour so I'm going to go to both of their concerts if I can coordinate it somehow.  It's a shame Rick's management didn't take Roger up on his offer and work out something with their tour schedules for us fans.  Wish Rick had a better name for the tour, the 40th anniversary made me think it was a reunion but that would be with Dougie and Roger, the whole gang to me.


Posted By: MaryLisa
Date Posted: April 17 2010 at 23:44
I too heard Roger was not invited to play with Rick's tour coming up, and that Roger asked to play a few shows with ST and Rick & Sue's agent said no way, it will never happen. Wow, what a bummer, this is what I heard from a fan that is close to the management. I'm just happy Roger is touring so much this year and will be playing his songs, the ones he wrote, which were all the hits I grew up with and love, love, love! It's a shame about Rick not wanting to invite Roger to tour, and I can understand that people that like jazz or blues can really relate to Rick's music, but Roger to me is and always will be the heart of ST and I will be going to Canada to see him this year!


Posted By: RobinSpain
Date Posted: April 21 2010 at 08:07

CONFIRMED! - Supertramp announced this 2010 tour without inviting Roger !!  ROGER WILL NOT BE IN THIS TOUR AT ALL!!  Read the scoop here - http://undercover.com.au/News-Story.aspx?id=10772_Supertramp_To_Tour_Without_Asking_Roger_Hodgson_Along

 

This article says ROGER'S management said:  " the tour is “misleading” and “disrespectful”. We’ve been told that they are billing the tour as the 40th Anniversary tour of the band and we just find this very surprising, misleading and disrespectful of Roger since he is the only other member that was a part of Supertramp when he and Rick founded the band together 40 years ago."

 

I think it's so wrong to use Roger as a carrot to get people to go to Rick's concert when Roger is not even going to be there and Rick knows it. Don't get me wrong, i respect Rick's jazzy style of music and if that is what someone wants to hear, they should go see Rick. But to me, Roger is the heart of ST and it's his songs that make my heart sing, and it's dishonest to mislead fans like me so Rick could sell tickets. Shame on you Rick's management for taking advantage of fans in this way!!



Posted By: genbanks
Date Posted: April 21 2010 at 16:36
Originally posted by RobinSpain

CONFIRMED! - Supertramp announced this 2010 tour without inviting Roger !!  ROGER WILL NOT BE IN THIS TOUR AT ALL!!  Read the scoop here - http://undercover.com.au/News-Story.aspx?id=10772_Supertramp_To_Tour_Without_Asking_Roger_Hodgson_Along

 

This article says ROGER'S management said:  " the tour is “misleading” and “disrespectful”. We’ve been told that they are billing the tour as the 40th Anniversary tour of the band and we just find this very surprising, misleading and disrespectful of Roger since he is the only other member that was a part of Supertramp when he and Rick founded the band together 40 years ago."

 

I think it's so wrong to use Roger as a carrot to get people to go to Rick's concert when Roger is not even going to be there and Rick knows it. Don't get me wrong, i respect Rick's jazzy style of music and if that is what someone wants to hear, they should go see Rick. But to me, Roger is the heart of ST and it's his songs that make my heart sing, and it's dishonest to mislead fans like me so Rick could sell tickets. Shame on you Rick's management for taking advantage of fans in this way!!

 
Thank's for the link. I read the article, and it's really sad that Rick and Roger start to fight again. I must say that I read several interviews with Roger in the past in which he accuses Rick to try to uses him in the benefit of the band (refering to a possible returning of him to the band). And now he says things like "...the reaction I am getting from fans is “please don’t reunite”. I think a lot of the magic and spirit that people think they would see at a Supertramp reunion they are actually getting at my shows now. I feel the reunion I am having is with my audience and it feels really good...”. But now he wants the reunion. Of course things like this doesn't help. Seems to be that Roger has some resentment, when he was the one who left the band. In this context I could understand Rick's answer. By the way the best that could happen is that Roger could be in the tour, and Dougie too.


Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 21 2010 at 18:25

Roger Hodgson climbed off The Supertramp bike a long time ago.......take the long way home dear boy



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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: April 21 2010 at 19:17
the best would be Rick on Keybords, Roger on Guitar Bass and keybords, Palmer-James on guitar, Halliwel on  Sax and Clarinet, Bob S on Drums and Dougi as suport bass on some songs


Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: April 24 2010 at 16:34
that's interesting news. Maybe I will attend the show...

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Posted By: genbanks
Date Posted: April 27 2010 at 14:38
Definitively Roger Hodgson won`t be part of the next Supertramp Tour. Mark Hurt won't be too. Seems to be that Bob's son, Jesse Siebemberg will take the vocals in Roger's parts. Everything will be in family, what I think is good. A new website ( http://www.supertramp.com - www.supertramp.com ) gives some details about. "...joining Supertramp’s founder, lead singer and keyboardist, Rick Davies, are legendary Supertramp members John Anthony Helliwell, saxophones and woodwinds, and Bob Siebenberg, drums. Veterans of past Supertramp tours, Jesse Siebenberg, lead vocals, guitars and percussion, Cliff Hugo, bass, Carl Verheyen, guitars and Lee Thornburg, horns, will round out the lineup..."
 
 


Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: April 27 2010 at 15:12
Great line up. Pretty much the same as the Slow Motion tour sans Mark Hart. Thank goodness that guy Roger Hodgson is not in the line upLOL

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Posted By: genbanks
Date Posted: April 27 2010 at 20:30
Hope they put the tour into a dvd. Once I saw a VHS of the Free as a bird tour, but never could find it again. I think that there's not a dvd of a Supertramp tour after the Famous last words tour.


Posted By: Breva
Date Posted: July 29 2010 at 15:43
One date in the UK and one in Ireland!


14 dates in Germany Confused and 8 in France.Confused

Why just the one here?

What have the Brits done to just get the one dateConfused


Posted By: CPicard
Date Posted: July 29 2010 at 17:41
^Not buying enough albums, maybe?

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Posted By: crimhead
Date Posted: October 19 2010 at 14:16
The 70-10 European tour is official. I wonder why there is no US dates at this time.



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