Known for his sweet voice and unparalleled songwriting abilities, this frontman of '70s pop-rock favourites Supertramp
has also carved out a well-respected solo career. Whether playing his collaborative hits or his own material, his talents
are sure to astound audiences with beautiful lyrics and amazing compositions.
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The guitar bore a special meaning for this ambitious musician as his first was a parting gift from his father at the tender
age of 12. He brought the instrument to boarding school where his teacher taught him his first three chords. It didn't take
him long to begin composing his own music and within a year the budding star played his first concert of nine songs.
He first stepped into the recording studio at 19 before auditioning for Island Records who added the singer as a vocalist
to hippie band Argosy, which also contained a young Elton John. However, it was when he responded to a magazine advert to
play in Supertramp that the fledgling musician experienced his first taste of success. Hodgson would become the co-frontman
and chief songwriter, his input bringing the band success in the form of hit singles 'Dreamer', 'Give a Little Bit' and 'Breakfast
In 1984 the guitarist released his first solo album and has never looked back since. Turning down the role of lead vocalist
for prog-rock overlords Yes, the musician has performed alongside Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band in addition to embarking
on his own solo tours and filling entire stadiums with fans of his progressive masterpieces and tenor voice.
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