Just had to drop u a line to let you know how much I enjoyed the show Monday nite. Your truly a great entertainer and your voice sounds just as good or even better.
You'll be always welcome here in Newfoundland.
Come back soon, & stay awhile!
I attended the St. John's Newfoundland concert on Nov 6th. It was an amazing show that left the audience begging for more. Thanks for gracing us with such a performance and we'd love to see you visit us again.
i just wanted to take a minute to tell you : WOW!!!!
what a concert you did....you are such a LOVABLE MAN, with so much to give, you gave me goose bumps, tears of joy came up to me eyes....
this concert is the best solo concert i have ever seen, and God knows how many concerts i have been to....i am originally from Quebec city, living in Newfoundland for 5 years now, and I’ve got to tell you....Roger get a summer house this way....you just wont believe it!!!
NEWFOUNDLAND IS PARADISE ON EARTH....LOTS OF LOVING UP THIS WAY.....
AND LIKE WE SAID LAST NIGHT: WE LOVE YOU ROGER!!!
BEST LUCK TO YOU, AND PLEASE COME BACK TO NEWFOUNDLAND.
I just wanted to say thanks to Roger for a fantastic concert. It was a great night and Newfoundland invites you to come back and play for us again when your calendar permits. Hope to see you soon.
Your the best, keep it up!!!
Renee and Robert
Growing up with Supertramp during all of my teenage years, and having a whole new appreciation for music in my 40's ( I started playing guitar 7 years ago, a little keyboard, a little drums, whatever), it was a thrill of a lifetime for me to see Roger Hodgson in concert. The picture at the meet and greet was an extra bonus!!
The "Give a Little Bit" project is a ture example of how humble Roger Hodgson is. Craig Shapre has an opportunity that people only dream of. I strive to "Give a Little Bit" every day and now I have another reason to do so. I have a huge support group. I hope to see Roger back in St. John's again. I'll be front and centre next time.
Thanks for a wonderful show.
I couldn't pass this opportunity to send my heartfelt thanks for the great show last night. It was a pleasure and honour to see you in my own home town. You even played my all time favourite "Hide in Your Shell"! I have always included it in my "top 3" songs of life, never being sure what the other two actually were. So many of my memories in life include you and those songs, the saddest of which was losing my brother Peter to cancer with your songs as the soundtrack. Bittersweet really but it played an important part. I was somewhat amused to hear your new song, "Oh Brother". Perhaps cosmically inspired!
Supertramp came to St. John's shortly after Peter's death in 2002 which I thought was some sort of blatant sign but I sorely missed your voice and spirit that evening (although it was admittedly a really good show).
So Roger, thank you again. I hope you do return to "the Rock" again. Enjoy the remainder of your tour in good health and much happiness.
Thank you for St Johns. Lord Is it Mine? the first tune I fell in love with as a 12 yr old introverted 'sunday school good girl' who'd spend hours with her 12-string Echo, poetry & deep questions on life, purpose, hereafter,,, to hear U perform it live made a grown up little sunday girl so reminded & reconnected to what really matters....
ps - awesome DVD.....the gift of your music & message of lov - no better gift to give.