Supertramp can be booked through this site. Supertramp entertainment booking site. Supertramp
is available for public concerts and events. Supertramp can be booked for
private events and Supertramp can be booked for corporate events and
meetings through this Supertramp booking page.
Unlike most middle agents that would mark
up the performance or appearance fee for Supertramp, we act as YOUR agent in
securing Supertramp at the best possible price. We go over the rider for
Supertramp and work directly with Supertramp or the responsible agent for
Supertramp to secure the talent for your event. We become YOUR agent,
representing YOU, the buyer.
In fact, in most cases we can negotiate for
the acquisition of Supertramp for international dates and newer promoters
providing you meet professional requirements.
Once upon a time in 1969, a young Dutch millionaire by the name of Stanley August Miesegaes gave his acquaintance, vocalist and keyboardist Rick Davies a genuine opportunity to form his own band; he could form the band of his dreams and Miesegaes would pay for it. After placing an ad in Melody Maker, Davies assembled Supertramp. Supertramp released two long-winded progressive rock albums before Miesegaes withdrew his support. With no money or fan base to speak of, the band was forced to redesign their sound. Coming up with a more pop-oriented form of progressive rock, the band had a hit with their third album, Crime of the Century. Throughout the decade, Supertramp had a number of best-selling albums, culminating in their 1979 masterpiece, Breakfast in America. Breakfast in America marked their first album that tipped the scale completely in the favor of pop songs; on the strength of the hit singles Goodbye Stranger, Logical Song, and Take the Long Way Home it sold over 18 million copies worldwide. After that album, Supertramp continued to develop a more R&B-flavored style; the change in direction was successful on 1982's Famous Last Words, but they soon ran out of hits. The band continued to sporadically record and tour into the '90s. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide