The One More For The Road tour will likely be heavy on the hits and fans can expect to hear the classics from Crime Of The Century, Even In The Quietest Moments and Breakfast In America – which sold 18 million copies worldwide.

North American tour plans have not been announced but since the band’s summer schedule looks clear, they might pop over for amphitheatre jaunt.

Originally released in 1990, The Very Best Of Supertramp features 15 songs taken from the original masters of the group’s best-selling albums. The reissued package includes interviews with band members Rick Davies, John Helliwell, Dougie Thomson, Bob Siebenberg, and Roger Hodgson, the group’s primary singer/songwriter, who left the band after their 1983 tour.

Supertramp went off the road in1997 after reunion a tour of Europe and North America that lasted five months. Prior to that, it had been nine years since the group had set foot on a stage.

Music fans who are too young to recall Supertramp’s heyday will find they are well-acquainted with the band’s hit singles. Songs like “Dreamer” and “Goodbye Stranger” pop up frequently on television and in movies.

Currently, The Gap is using one of the group’s most popular hits, “Give A Little Bit,” in its holiday TV ads. The spot features clips of Seal, Alanis Morissette, Dwight Yoakam, and Robbie Robertson singing the tune.