Gustav Schoenberg III: An Autographed pair of sticks
Hi could I buy an autographed pair of your sticks and have you add Supertramp to both . I would like a signed photo to go with that. I'm a 72 year old retired drummer who started a collection of my favorite drummers. Hope to hear back Thank you Gus
Sunday, 25 July 2021
Fabian: Thanks for the Music
I hope you are doing well. I have been a Supertramp Fan all my life and had the pleasure to meet you in person, and your son back in 99, after your gig in Zurich, Switzerland - you and the band stayed at the Hotel where I was the Manager. We had a couple drinks at the Hotelbar that night - long time ago, I know. (I remember stories about Bora-Bora and that you had some arguments within the band). Anyway, thanks for this preciouse memory and all the great music. Best, Fabian
Monday, 28 June 2021
Kathryn: Your Name Change
Hello fellow former Glendale resident . I am also from Glendale (born and raised).
My question is: Why did you change your name from Bob Seinbenberg to Bob C. Benberg. I recall reading, years ago, that it was because in England Seinbenberg was not a well like name or something to that affect.
While living in Glendale, do you recall a bakery on Glendale Blvd. and Los Feliz called Knudsen's Bakery? Just curious.
Have a wonderful day.
Thursday, 13 May 2021
Gerald Kellermann: Drums and more
first of all, great to see your website is active and you stay in contact with the community. Althoug I am quite young (23), I grew up listening to Supertramp's music and have been always amazed by the creativity of the music and even more by your drumming - which influences my playing.
I am wondering if the hardcopies of your solo albums you are selling on your website are also the remastered versions from 2021?
Thank you in advance.
Thursday, 13 May 2021
John : Drums
When I was a wee lad I got the double album Supertramp live in Paris and wore it out. I began playing drums and would listen over and over. I really admire your approach and the way in which you make the drums a unique instrument. Lot's of tasty stuff use of space and sounds that are amazing. I have a similar question as another musician on here it seems, I was also curious about the performance on Give a Little Bit. I feel it is not played correctly in cover versions I have watched and I would like to really get it down. I feel like it is a military snare feel but not sure if using one hand or using two hands. Meaning using the right hand as though it's a hi hat and the left as a snare, if that makes sense, like a train beat feel. Thank you for the music of Supertramp and for your drumming being a big influence. I hope you are doing well. J
Thursday, 01 April 2021