Roger Hodgson

Roger Hodgson (born March 21, 1950) is an English musician, vocalist, and songwriter from Portsmouth, Hampshire, who cut a single apiece with the 1969 one-offs People Like Us and Argosy, the latter featuring a then-unknown Elton John. That same year, Hodgson began a 14-year, seven-album stint with Supertramp, in which he split most of the vocals and songwriting with keyboardist/mainstay Rick Davies. After leaving the band in 1983, Hodgson debuted as a solo artist with the album In the Eye of the Storm on A&M in 1984.


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