Supertramp play on their Europe tour on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the band in Munich. The old rockers Supertramp make on their European tour stop in Munich next month. Lead singer Rick Davies, saxophone player John Anthony Helliwell and drummer Bob Siebenberg play on September 20 in the Olympic Hall. “The 70 10 tour” begins on September 2 in Germany with 35 performances throughout Europe and celebrates 40 years of the band since the release of their eponymous debut album. For the live shows, the band has a variety of classics”from their entire career within the framework of a new stage production of Davies and the lighting designer Michael announced, Brian Duncan are listed.
“According to the Web site of the band the the 70-10 tour concerts are a unique viewers provide both Visual and audible Supertramp experience”. Who stayed in one of the Munich hotels, can purchase online the concert tickets for the price of 44,40 to 84,65. Hits are expected How bloody well right, dreamer, from now on, goodbye stranger, the logical song and Rudy to be the best given. The live line-up is by singer, guitarist and percussionist Jesse Siebenberg, bassist Cliff Hugo, guitarist Carl Verheyen and Lee Thornburg in the Horn completes. The band, which is known for its ambitious concept albums, achieved success with their sixth album, breakfast in America from the 1979 including giant year with two top-ten hits in the UK. In a question-answer forum star actress was the first to reply. Their last Studio album slow motion was released in 2002 and included a song that was written by the original cast from the early 1970s. The Olympic stadium was in 1972 as part of the Olympic Park built and up to 15,000 people. Here, sport and entertainment events are held, including the MTV Europe found plenty of great over the years Music Awards 2007. For more information about this event, please visit the Web site of the Olympic stadium or including the 1775 water LateRooms.