AM FRÜHSTÜCKSBÜFETT - Interview with Roger Hodgson

27. May 2019

AM FRÜHSTÜCKSBÜFETT - Interview mit Roger Hodgson

"Breakfast In America" is an album which is the subject of numerous rumours and misunderstandings. Roger Hodgson is settling these accounts on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the success record - and doing what he does best: He's going on tour.

Thursday morning in Northern California: Roger Hodgson is at home and preparing for his upcoming European tour. Between suitcase packing, breakfast and yoga he takes time to chat with eclipsed. Occasion: the 40th anniversary of the milestone "Breakfast In America" - with over 20 million copies sold the most successful album Supertramps and an evergreen of rock music. What the 69-year-old Englishman is mighty proud of.

eclipsed: As an election Californian: What is Roger Hodgson having for breakfast - a sumptuous American breakfast or something light, European?

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21. January 2015

SUPERTRAMP - 40 years "Crime Of The Century"

Actually they were already dead. Even dead as a doornail. After two albums that sold as well as soap-flavoured chocolate and, according to guitarist/singer Roger Hodgson, didn't sound much better, the chapter Supertramp seemed to be over in 1971 - because everything really went wrong. The band, which at that time consisted of Kevin Currie, Frank Farrell, Dave Winthrop, Rick Davies and Hodgson, fell apart after a disastrous Scandinavian tour.

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