Boston Touring In 2012 [VIDEO]
The band Boston has just announced a series of concert dates for a summer tour in 2012. This is not the first tour since Brad Delp committed suicide. Indeed BOSTON played more than 50 concerts in the summer of 2008 with Tommy DeCarlo on Vocals and Michael Sweet on guitar and vocals.
Michael Sweet announced his departure from BOSTON in order to devote his attention to his band Stryper.
BOSTON has not yet confirmed the lineup for the upcoming shows yet. However, Gary Pihl is on guitar and vocals and has been a member since 1985. Harmonies and bass in the band fall to Kimberly Dahme, who has been with Boston since 2001 and performed on their last album ‘Corporate America’; Jeff Neal, on drums and vocals, has been in BOSTON since 2002, and Tommy DeCarlo on vocals since 2007 .
More Than A Feeling – BOSTON Performing Live By Popular Demand!
Centered on guitarist, keyboardist, songwriter, and producer Tom Scholz, the band BOSTON is a staple of classic rock radio playlists. BOSTON’S best-known works include the songs More Than a Feeling, Peace of Mind, We’re Ready, Foreplay/Long Time, Rock and Roll Band, Smokin’, Don’t Look Back and Amanda. They have sold over 31 million albums in the United States. Distinguished for their ability to perform live with no pre-recorded materials, BOSTON concerts are celebrated for their crowd-pleasing showmanship and high energy.
It will be interesting to see how fans react to a Boston tour without Brad Delp. What do you think? Should the band continue?
Check out a video of Boston from 2008 performing ‘More Than A Feeling’: (more band info at BandBoston.com)