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Cliff Hugo

born on 23/4/1951 in California, United States

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Cliff Hugo

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Cliff Hugo

Clifford Clyde Hugo (born April 23, 1951) is the bass guitarist for the art-rock band Supertramp.[1] Hugo worked with fellow Supertramp member Carl Verheyen in the Carl Verheyen Band from '97 - 2008 . He has worked as a session musician for other musical projects and artists, like Rick Braun, Melissa Manchester, Willie Bobo, Moacir Santos, Paul Williams, and many others.

Hugo spent his early days in Southern California. After graduating from college he was invited to play with Ray Charles both on tour and in studio. Oh What a Beautiful Morning is a noticeable piece of this collaboration. He currently lives in Sonoma, California. He is a member of the Faculty in the Jazz program at Sonoma State University. He is a member of the Ernie Ball / Musicman family since 1988.

In 2012, Hugo appeared on The Beach Boys' reunion album, That's Why God Made the Radio.


  1. (2004-10-21) The Great Rock Discography, p. 1493, Canongate U.S.. URL accessed 5 July 2012.

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Original studio albums
Supertramp | Indelibly Stamped | Crime of the Century | Crisis? What Crisis? | Even in the Quietest Moments | Breakfast in America | ...Famous Last Words... | Brother Where You Bound | Free As a Bird | Some Things Never Change | Slow Motion
Other records
Live albums
Paris | Live '88 | It Was The Best Of Times | Is Everybody Listening?
The Autobiography of Supertramp | Retrospectacle - The Supertramp Anthology
Side projects and guest appearances
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