Bob Siebenberg - Discography





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Fabian: Thanks for the Music

Hey Bob

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

Good Afternoon, 

Hello fellow former Glendale resident cool.  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

Hello Bob,

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.

Best regards


Thursday, 13 May 2021
John : Drums

Hello Bob, 

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
Dave Hebert: Baseball Tournament

Just taking a shot at saying hello and great to meet you at the Dinuba Game ! Not sure if you look on this page but taking a shot.... Was wondering if you are playing any local gigs with a band? Would love to come see you play if so. Peace, Dave Hebert

Wednesday, 31 March 2021
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