Boston was formed in, duh, Boston in the mid-'70s by Tom Scholz, a tech nerd whose homemade demo tapes became the cornerstone of the band's self-titled 1976 debut album -- one of the biggest-selling first albums of all time. With singer Brad Delp and guitarist Barry Goudreau, Scholz helped form the core of a band that charted three hit singles from that debut LP: 'More Than a Feeling,' 'Long Time' and 'Peace of Mind.' Two years later, they returned with 'Don't Look Back' and their first No. 1 album. Eight long years later, Scholz and Delp returned with 'Third Stage,' another No. 1 album and the band's only No. 1 single, the power ballad 'Amanda.' Delp was gone by the '90s, and, sadly, killed himself in 2007 at the age of 55. Scholz has continued to lead various lineups of Boston since, with their latest album, 'Life, Love & Hope,' coming out in 2013.

Boston Announce 2014 U.S. Tour
Boston will be hitting the road this summer for the first time since 2012. The band revealed a series of dates to promote their most recent album, 'Life, Love & Hope.'
The 'Heaven On Earth' tour kicks off in Hollywood, Fla. on June 5, and wraps up on August 12 in Spri…
Tom Scholz Talks Boston's 'Life, Love & Hope'
Boston's new album, 'Life, Love & Hope,' features a blend of the band's classic sound with some new elements -- including some rapping and a rare lead vocal from leader Tom Scholz. But according to Scholz, he was neither trying to recapture the past nor fit in with the pr…
Tom Scholz Calls Digital Audio 'Huge Step Down'
It isn't every day that Boston mastermind Tom Scholz emerges from his studio to hit the promotional trail to talk about a new record, so when fans had a chance to ask Scholz questions about his creative process, they took full advantage.

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