Supertramp fan, Gary is a singer-songwriter who
has released his own albums on iTunes, performed on radio, TV,
and in major venues across Europe.
He fronted several other tribute shows including YYZ
(Rush), the ELO Experience and the 70s Number
Ones showand performs with many bands in UK.
Gary is a gifted multi-instrumentalist who plays keyboards,
but also rhythm guitar and drums.
He sings Rick Davies parts with Logicaltramp and plays synths
Hitchenson - VOCALS / 12str.GT
Seen all over the UK and Europe, Simon’s solo shows combine
expert guitar playing, his highly versatile and powerful
vocals, his engaging stage-presence
and his boundless energy. Simon also plays acoustic guitar
and loves, with his other projects, play beat-boxing and live-loops
(think Ed Sheeran on blue Smarties).
Supertramp fan for years, his wide vocal range allow him to
fit into Roger Hodgson's habits with ease and passion. Living
in London, Simon can also be found fronting one of the UKs
most popular wedding and party bands: The Lowdown Band.
Clayton - GUITAR
Settled in London for many years, Anthony spends
his time practising, writing and teaching guitar & music in London.
His electric guitar always electrifies Supertramp tracks, especially
the solos, and recreates the magic of Roger Hogdson
Anthony also had the chance to spend some time practising guitar
with Carl Verheyen himself and always find time to meet him when
he's in town!
Hunziker - SAX / HARMONICA
3 saxophones (soprano, alto and tenor) and also harmonica on our
shows, Laurent had the great honor to play with Supertramp
as a guest during 2002 tour in Paris Bercy! John
Helliwell, his friend for many years now, even passed him
the old famous tenor sax he was playing since
the beginning of Supertramp,
the one you can listen & see on most videos of Supertramp
among the years! (yes, the one that used to be black in the 70's...).
The whistle you can hear on Logical song is also the genuine
siren used by Supertramp on record and tours and given to Laurent
by John... and, cherry on the cake, his stage microphone
is the genuine microphone John used to have on stage with
Supertramp for many tours (see Paris 1979)
Sainte-Rose - PIANO / KEYBOARDS
Serge plays with Logicaltramp the beautiful piano
parts of Supertramp and enjoys switching from piano to synths
This young Carribean musician (Martinique) is used to play many
styles of music, including Salsa, Zouk, Rock, Jazz...
You may have seen him on stage with Nelly Furtado or
Lionel Richie (with the Urban Voices Collective
at ITV's Surprise Surprise), and he also
owns his recording studio and works as an arranger and composer.
You can listen here
some of his work.
Serge lives in London and plays with bands there for a few years now.
He also joins on a regularly basis world artists for tours or
Kundig - BASS - BACKING
Born in Montreal, Canada, Alex R. Kundig and his
family moved to Lausanne, Switzerland, when he was ten years old
to accommodate his father's job.
As a child, Alex would peck out familiar melodies on his piano
toy. Music filled the home as his father would play some jazz
and popular records on his record player. When Alex was 15, he
started playing the classic guitar. At age 16, he switched to
piano, and at 18,
inspired by his older brother who was playing drums, started learning
bass guitar under Dusan Roch (Phil Collins), Jean-Yves Petiot
(Memorial Swing Quartet), Michel Donato (Oscar Peterson) and
John McKenzie (Eurythmics, George Michael).
One of his greatest musical influences was to learn and perform
various styles of music under Songwriter Pat Sefolosha (Carlos
Santana) before leaving for Canada in 2006.
highly talented Musician with years of experience in entertaining
live audiences in nightclubs, concert halls, and theaters featuring
musical theater, music festivals, live radio and dance; Deep background
in playing for live audiences, music arrangements, recording and
Grant Wildy- DRUMS
Grant is a brilliant and powerful drummer
who has played the drums professionally since he was 19 with
many acts in the UK and abroad including Hot Chocolate,
Hello and Paul King,
musical theatre shows Elvis the way it was and
Grease, tribute bands including; Madonna,
The Police, Alanis Morissette, Abba, Green Days and
Grant joined Logicaltramp in 2006 and plays alternatively with
Adam Aggiss (see below). He is also currently working with the
band Clan of Celts.
Regular members also featuring with Logicaltramp :
Csemez - VOCALS
Born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, Tamás
is a long-time fan of the classic rock bands of the 70s and a
self-confessed prog aficionado.
has fronted various rock/metal bands in Hungary and the UK, playing
live all over Europe.
Tamas sings in several covers/tribute bands while also participating
in numerous recording projects, and is taking responsibility for
the challenging Roger Hodgson's vocal parts in Logicaltramp.
Seasoned professional, Adam has plied his
trade all over Europe including appearances at ‘The
Glastonbury Festival’ as well as other major European
As for TV work he was featured on BBC1's Arena documentary ‘Into
The Limelight’ (about tribute bands) in addition to
several other shows and events.
His musical credits include highly successful tribute acts likePink Fraud, Robbing Williams, The Police Academy and The
Briefcase Blues Brothers.
of the tribute circuit he has worked with original artistes
on live, studio and session projects, not to mention theatrical
productions including Tapdogs.
Based in London, the band is made up of a varied pool of talented professional
musicians who have been fortunate enough to have performed around the
world as session players or as original artistes in their own right.
All huge fans of Supertramp, they have joined together to perform the
greatest hits of Supertramp with the sense of fun, dedication and accuracy
that only a true fan can muster !...
Come see them live to experience the fun, pleasure and memories that
they evoke with this amazing music.
A piece of History
The genuine sax microphone used on stage by Supertramp for many years
and now with Logicaltramp (on some occasions...) You can still see
the word "sax" written by Supertramp sound engineer during their 1979
tour... (A beautiful gift from John Helliwell)
Anthony Clayton, our guitarist, interviewed by Geoff Dorsett
in october 2010
At the Baked Potato club in Los Angeles (USA), Carl Verheyen invited Laurent to join on stage for a couple of songs... One was a special version of Bloody Well Right rearranged for Carl Verheyen band.
Have a listen to our guitarist Anthony Clayton's latest productions...
Click here to access
Listen to Serge's piano... He composed some music which has been featured in a documentary about Antartica and whales...
Check it out here!
The wandering spirit
Not much music to play these days unfortunately. Time for other activities: Our saxophonist, who also likes writing novels, used his lockdown time to this. His last book has been translated
from french into english...