Roger Hodgson Schedule
Roger Hodgson is highly respected as an exceptional composer who gave the world monster
hits like "It's Raining Again," "Give a Little Bit," "Fool's Overture," "Breakfast in America," "Take the Long Way Home" and
Throughout his storied career, Hodgson has been the recipient of many honors and awards, including the Ivor Novello
Award presented by The British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. He also received an award from the American Society of
Composers, Authors and Publishers, recognizing the song "Give a Little Bit" as "one of the most performed songs in the 2005
You can catch Roger Hodgson at top-tier venues like the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York; Honeywell
Center in Wabash, Indiana; Sound Board at Motor City Casino in Detroit, Michigan; Seneca Niagara Casino Events Center in Niagara
Falls, New York; Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield, Connecticut; Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania;
Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York; and Casino Rama in Rama, Ontario.
Roger Hodgson Background
Hodgson first learned how to play guitar at a boarding school in England. At the tender age of 12, he started penning songs
and later on, he learned how to play drums, bass, piano and cello. By the time he entered his teenage years, he gave his first
performance. He cut his debut studio track, "Mr. Boyd" shortly after finishing school with the help of a session band. The
session band included Reg Dwight, a pianist, who eventually assumed the name of none other than Elton John!
true milestone moment came when he was introduced to Rick Davies. The pair became the centerpiece of Supertramp, and their
first efforts together sparked a courtship from A&M Records. Their debut album, Supertramp, arrived in 1970, followed
by their sophomore album, Indelibly Stamped. Crime of the Century dropped next in 1974 and included Hodgson's tune, "Dreamer."
The single catapulted the album to the peak of the charts. For nearly a decade after, Supertramp issued four studio albums
and trotted the globe, achieving tremendous success along the way with Breakfast in America. "Take the Long Way Home," "Breakfast
in America" and "The Logical Song" were three of Hodgson's tunes that earned worldwide acclaim. In 1983, Hodgson split from
Supertramp and L.A. He pulled up stakes and whisked his family away from the grueling L.A. music scene in exchange for something
simpler. He equipped his new home with an innovative recording studio so he was able to craft music in the comfort of his
own home. His first solo effort, "In the Eye of the Storm," dropped in 1984, followed by Hai, Hai, which came out three years
later. He issued Open the Door in 2000 and after dedicating many years to spending time with his children, Hodgson took Ringo
Starr up on his offer to participate in the 2001 All Starr Tour.
Today, the great Roger Hodgson continues to pen lyrics
and compose music. In his repertoire, he has more than five dozen unreleased tunes, which you may be seeing soon!
To his credit, Roger Hodgson has released eight singles, three studio albums and two live albums.
Roger Hodgson Trivia
Did you know that in the late 80s Roger Hodgson fell and broke both of his wrists? Yes,
it's true, and he was told by doctors that he wouldn't be able to play music again. But, through commitment and faith, Hodgson
recovered under two years and was right back where he left off.
Roger Hodgson Concert Experience
no better time than the present to make plans for a fun-filled evening that brims with the music you grew up with. We all
know there are a variety of ways to get your music in today's day and age, but to see a phenomenal composer/artist like Roger
Hodgson take the stage gives you a completely different perception and experience! Why miss out on the chance to listen to
classics like "Give a Little Bit" and "Dreamer?"
Roger Hodgson knows a thing or two about getting a crowd pumped. So
get out of the house and treat yourself to a night of captivating, infectious music delivered by the iconic Roger Hodgson.
concert experience is nothing short of fantastic, as any fan can confirm, but it's still something that you have to embrace
if you want to truly appreciate it. When a gifted singer/songwriter like Roger Hodgson takes the stage, the vibe is ever-present,
giving you plenty of reasons to toss that cardboard pizza aside and head out to see it all happen up close and personal as
Roger Hodgson looks to put on yet another fantastic show for his loyal fan base.
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