Supertramp frontman Roger Hodgson has revamped his North American tour plans in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Hodgson will resume his "Breakfast in America" today and the trek will now include including fundraising for the Red Cross.
"We have been closely following the effects and recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy and our sympathy goes out to all of those whose lives have been affected." Roger Hodgson commented. "Knowing the challenges that many people are currently facing, we are working with each promoter to reschedule shows and to find ways to 'give a little bit' to help the local communities."
Hodgson's song, "Give a Little Bit" was used this week during ABC TV's "Day of Giving" telethon encouraging all of us to reach out to the victims of Hurricane Sandy by giving whatever we can to the Red Cross. Click here for the lyrics.
A portion of proceeds from Roger Hodgson's Nov. 8 concert at Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown, NJ will be donated to the American Red Cross.
Tickets for all rescheduled shows will be honored on their new dates, and Hodgson will be offering a special bonus surprise at certain venues for current ticket holders
Nov 1 Westbury, NY Theatre at Westbury - Rescheduled – New date to be announced
Nov 7 Englewood, NJ Bergen PAC - Rescheduled – New date to be announced
Nov 8 Morristown, NJ Mayo Performing Arts Center
Nov 9 Shippensburg, PA Shippensburg University – H. Ric Luhrs PAC
Nov 13 Carmel, IN Center for the Performing Arts – The Palladium
Nov 16 Orillia, ON, Canada Casino Rama
Nov 17 Orillia, ON, Canada Casino Rama
Nov 18 Windsor, ON, Canada Caesars Windsor
Nov 20 Glenside, PA Keswick Theatre
Jan 13 Ridgefield, CT Ridgefield Playhouse