After being away for two years, Roger Hodgson returns to Australia for a highly anticipated exclusive tour of six shows in March and April 2013!

Australians have been asking for Roger’s return, and we have been listening! You have Roger back and this time, with his full band! Roger says, “I am very happy to be returning to Australia – I felt so welcomed when I was there in 2010. It was a great tour and I am really looking forward to sharing my music with all of you again.”

Universally recognized as one of the most gifted composers and songwriters to have ever put pen to paper, Hodgson helped define a generation of progressive rock.

Founding Supertramp in 1969, Hodgson’s dulcet tones and beautifully crafted lyrics helped his former band sell in excess of 60 million albums, transforming them into a worldwide phenomenon.

Although he departed the band in 1983, for many he is still regarded as the spiritual and creative force behind Supertramp.

Join Roger as he and his band perform the timeless classics he wrote and composed such as “The Logical Song,” “Breakfast in America,” “Give a Little Bit,” “Dreamer,” “School,””Take the Long Way Home,” “It’s Raining Again,” “Child of Vision,” “Even in the Quietest Moments,” “Fool’s Overture,” as well as favorites from his solo albums such as “In Jeopardy,” “Only Because of You,” and “Lovers in the Wind.”

Here are the details for Roger Rodgson’s tour of Australia. Mark your calendars and make plans now to join Roger on his return to Australia – this time with his full band! Share the news with your friends and be sure to get your tickets early!

Roger Hodgson 2013 Australian Tour

Melbourne 28 March at Palais Theatre –

Brisbane 30 March at The Tivoli –

Sydney 3 and 4 April at State Theatre –

Adelaide 5 April at Thebarton Theatre –

Perth 7 April at Riverside Theatre –

Roger Hodgson will also be appearing at Byron Bay Bluesfest. 

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