News - Bob Siebenberg - Supertramp drummer
Hello everyone... Time for an update. I know I’m always overdue, and Abel bugs me until I do it (thanks, Abel). Well, let’s see… I’ll start with the success of the ‘Paris’ DVD. It reached the status of platinum in France and is closing in on achieving similar rewards in many different places.
Hello all... Abel keeps buggin’ me to catch up from over the last few months, so here we go. I’ve been very busy doing gigs with Todd Hannigan, playing in a lot of different locations. Some have been in Ventura and Santa Barbara, but there are some coming up in the San Diego area.
Hello everyone… I would like to start off by saying thank you for the hundreds of emails I got thanking John, Dougie and me for making the DVD 'Live in Paris 79' happen. It’s taken a long time to achieve. The DVD is #1 in many countries and in the Top 3 around the world.
Hello all... Sorry I’ve been a little out of touch recently. I hope you have all had a very Happy Christmas. The 'Paris' DVD has been doing well. Thanks to everyone who has responded so positively. I’ll be posting an update on its status regarding Roger’s monkey wrench public furiosity soon.
Purchase now this limited edition of the first two solo albums by Bob!
Hello all… We are still having a few hiccups regarding the 'Paris' DVD. It’s turned into a spy novel, full of intrigue and unsuspecting twists and turns. We have complied and agreed to everything Roger Hodgson requested by him to become satisfied with the package.
Hello everyone... Has it really been three months since I’ve written? So sorry, time flies... First, I’d like to thank again everyone for their correspondence about the 'Paris' DVD. It was a tough slog but we accomplished the goal of getting it out.
Bob Siebenberg has finished his long-awaited third solo record, which is available for download. The album has been produced by Bob and his son Jesse, and it has counted on the collaboration of some old pals like Scott Gorham and Derek Beauchemin. “My idea for this album is auto-biographical”, says Bob. “The Glendale River is not a place. It represents people who have passed thru my life in a meaningful way. Family and friends, some with us, some not. I have strong ties to my growing up years. I’m a sentimentalist and I remember everything”.
Read this interview where Bob discusses his new album!
Hello everyone... After many years, I really am closing in on finishing my third solo album, called 'The Glendale River' as you know. I bought ProTools and baked a bunch of old tapes. Jesse has been helping me and that’s kind of what I needed.