Supertramp frontman brings his 'Breakfast in America' band tour to UK

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Legendary songwriter and vocalist Roger Hodgson has announced a limited run of UK dates in May 2013, which include a return to the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Philharmonic in Liverpool.

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Havertown, PA

#1 Oct 19, 2012
Woohoo! I've been waiting for this and it's finally happening!:) Roger's show in Liverpool in 2011 was sublime, loved hearing all the songs I grew up listening to - Give a Little Bit, Dreamer, Logical Song, Take the Long Way Home, Breakfast in America, Fool's Overture, It's Raining Again and so many other awesome faves. I was pulled into a whirlwind of phenomenal acoustics and such a feel-good ambiance, I'm eager to experience it all over again! I love how much unlike other musicians Roger is, speaking to everyone in the audience so warmly and obviously enjoying himself all the while. There aren't any links here to buy tickets but you can find them on Roger's official facebook - - why can't May come any sooner?!:))

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