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Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) Give a Little Bit - Smiling Gecko Charity

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Roger Hodgson co-founded Supertramp in 1969 and was the driving force behind what fans call the 14 golden years of the band. He wrote, sang, and arranged the enduring rock standards that made Supertramp a worldwide phenomenon with album sales in excess of 60 million. Roger not only gave us “Give a Little Bit,” but also other timeless classics such as "Breakfast in America,” “Dreamer," "The Logical Song," "Take the Long Way Home," "It's Raining Again," "Fool's Overture," "School," and many more.

"As the international supporter of Swiss Artists for Smiling Gecko, the charity concert that took place September 23, 2015 in Zürich, thank you for caring for the children in Cambodia and for being touched by their life circumstances - just like I was. You can find out more at http://www.smilinggecko.ch." ~ Roger Hodgson #givealittlebit

Roger is currently on tour. See him in Switzerland in 2016 in Zürich February 20 at Volkshaus, Lucerne February 21 at KKL, and Geneva April 25 at Théâtre du Léman. Details for these shows and all other announced tour dates may be found at http://www.RogerHodgson.com or https://www.Facebook.com/RogerHodgson.

Other ways to connect with Roger:
http://www.Twitter.com/RogerHodgson
http://www.Instagram.com/RogerHodgson

For authentic signed merchandise:
http://www.RogerHodgsonStore.com

Additional information on the Smiling Gecko Charity:

Smiling Gecko’s Intent

Smiling Gecko strives to
• support, initiate and operate charity projects for families and village communities in South East Asia, by campaigns, financial means and onsite-work- always considering aspects of sustainability and ecology;
• establish contact between such projects (and the relevant organizing institutions) and potential donors;
• make sure that donations will be used according to the donor’s intent and to supply the donor with relevant information.

Cambodia
Since the middle of the past century, Cambodia has experienced decades of civil wars, suffered from direct consequences of the Vietnam War, and has lived through the terror regime of the Khmer Rouge. This is why today it needs to be counted among the poorest countries on this planet. In the capital Phnom Penh alone, 30,000 children live in the streets and are subjected to hunger, diseases, and abuses of all kinds. For providing a secure livelihood to these children and their families, aid is needed directly on site. We entertain close and excellent contacts to local relief agencies and are regularly visiting ourselves. This is why we have, for the time being, decided to primarily concentrate our aid on Cambodia.

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