Supertramp - Good Evening Toppop - Toppop

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Published on 11 Apr 2021, 16:00
Supertramp wishes the Toppop viewers a good evening before their show in the Rotterdam Ahoy Hall, the Netherlands, on October 3, 1977. This performance was part of their 'Even In The Quietest Moments' tour. 'Give A Little Bit' was high in the Dutch charts at that time and reached #2 in the Dutch Top 40 on 29 October 1977.

This video was first broadcast on Toppop on 8 October 1977
The picture features Supertramp's most successful line-up: from left to right: Rick Davies, Bob Siebenberg, John Helliwell, Dougie Thomson and Roger Hodgson.

Supertramp already visited Toppop early in their career: they recorded 'Dreamer' November 15, 1974 for Toppop. Unfortunately we cannot show this clip op the channel.

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Broadcast date:
8 October 1977

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