Brad Delp Cause of Death Released
Wednesday, March 14, 2007

The death of Brad Delp has had a profound impact on many fans. The cause of death makes me as sad as I was when I first read the news of his death as it appears Brad took his own life.

CONCORD, N.H. --The family of Brad Delp, the lead singer for the band Boston, said Wednesday his death was a suicide.

"He was a man who gave all he had to give to everyone around him, whether family, friends, fans or strangers," the family said in a statement relayed by police. "He gave as long as he could, as best he could, and he was very tired. We take comfort in knowing that he is now, at last, at peace."

Delp, 55, died Friday at his Atkinson home. Police have said his fiancee, Pamela Sullivan, found him.

Toxicology tests by the state medical examiner's office showed that Delp committed suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning, said Lt. William Baldwin. Delp also left two notes taped to a door and letters to his family and Sullivan.

Baldwin said police do not know the contents of the letters because they were sealed.

The family's statement said Sullivan, Delp's children and their mother, his ex-wife Micki Delp, were grateful for the sympathy they had received and asked that their privacy be respected.

Brad Delp joined Boston in the mid-1970s and sang two of its biggest hits, "More than a Feeling" and "Long Time."

Delp had planned to marry Sullivan this summer during a break in a tour with Boston. A lifelong Beatles fan, Delp also played with a tribute band, Beatle Juice.

Beatle Juice performed a benefit last year to help build a new public library in Atkinson, a small town of about 6,000 residents on the Massachusetts border.

The family said last week it planned a private funeral followed by a public memorial to be scheduled later. Family and friends directed donations to the American Heart Association in Framingham, Mass.

Source: Boston Globe

A family statement on behalf of Brad Delp
Sunday, March 11, 2007

A family statement on behalf of Brad Delp was issued Saturday night by Peggy Rose, a family spokeswoman:

“On behalf of the Delp family and Brad’s fiancé, Pamela Sullivan, it is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Bradley Delp, the legendary vocalist of the rock band ‘BOSTON.’ Brad was admired and loved by many, known as the ‘man with the golden voice’ and recognized throughout the music community as ‘the nicest man in rock and roll.’ Brad will be deeply missed by (all) of his family, friends, fans and the entire music community.”

Bradley passed away on Friday, March 9th, 2007 at his home in New Hampshire.

The family would like to publicly acknowledge all of those who have expressed their condolences and support during this difficult time.

“We ask that you please respect the privacy of Brad and his family during this time of grieving. The family will be conducting a private funeral service for Brad and a public memorial service will be announced at a later date,” stated Peggy Rose, Delp family spokesperson.

Donations can be made in Brad’s memory to the American Heart Association, 20 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01710.


A Message from Tom Scholz
Sunday, March 11, 2007

The following was posted on Sunday afternoon:

As you all know by now, BOSTON'S lead singer, Brad Delp, was found dead in his home on Friday, March 9th 2007. Plans for live BOSTON performances this summer have, of course, been cancelled.

My heart goes out to his wonderful fiance Pamela, his two children and other family members, his close friends and band mates, and to the millions of people whose lives were made a little brighter by the sound of his voice. He will be dearly missed.

Tom Scholz


Brad Delp: 1951-2007
Friday, March 09, 2007

It is with great sadness to report that Boston vocalist Brad Delp has passed away.

From the Associated Press:
ATKINSON, N.H. -- Brad Delp, the lead singer for Boston, a huge rock sensation in the 1970s, was found dead Friday in his home, police said. He was 55.

Atkinson police responded to a call for help at 1:20 p.m. and found Delp dead. Police Lt. William Baldwin said in a statement the death was "untimely" and that there was no indication of foul play.

Delp apparently was alone at the time of his death, Baldwin said.

The cause of his death remained under investigation by the Atkinson police and the New Hampshire Medical Examiner's office. Police said an incident report would not be available until Monday.

Delp fronted the rock band, who rose to fame in the late 1970s and had several hits, including "More than A Feeling." The group sold millions of records.

Boston has been in the works in preparing for a summer tour. I would like to express my condolences to Brad's family, including his fiancee Pamela Sullivan.

You will be missed, Brad.

Source: Associated Press

'Boston' Makes NARM Top 200 List
Friday, March 09, 2007

The National Association of Recording Merchandisers released as list of the Top 200 albums. The list includes many artist like The Beatles, Pink Floyd and the Eagles. The list also includes Boston's debut album at #43 on the list.

You can see the entire list at


Boston to Play Rock Fest 2007
Thursday, February 15, 2007

Boston's gearing up for a tour this summer, and while there have been no specifics announced about the tour, there is now one known date this summer that Boston will be playing.

According to the Rock Fest website, Boston will be playing at Rock Fest 2007 in Cadott, Wisconsin on Thursday, July 19 at 11pm; the first day of the four day event. Boston's performance will be preceded by Dennis DeYoung, The Mick Fleetwood Band and Deep Purple.


Boston Memorabilia for Auction
Saturday, February 10, 2007

Attention Boston fans: there's some good Boston memorabilia now available on eBay.

If you've been keeping up with the news posts, you probably know that Brad Delp's band Beatle Juice is performing a benefit show on Feb 17 If you haven't seen the post, then click here to skip down to it to catch up on it.

Anyway, there are two items up for bid on eBay which will benefit SASS (Sexual Assault Support Services). Here are the auctions:

Autographed Roger Clemens Jersey | Tom Scholz Boston

Autographed Photo | Boston | Symphony Hall Scholz/ Delp
*Picture in auction is similar to the one above

Both the jersey and photograph were generously donated by Tom and Kim Scholz. The auctions close on Feb. 20/07, so if you want to bid and get an awesome piece of Boston memorabilia and help a good cause at the same time, now's your chance!

Tom Scholz's Super Bowl Prediction
Saturday, February 03, 2007

The 18th Annual Scripps Howard's Celebrity Super Bowl Poll, which features predictions from various celebrities -- including Tom Scholz, has been released. Here's his prediction:

TOM SCHOLZ, rock star, Boston: With the Pats eliminated maybe they should drop "Super Sunday" and just call it "Pretty Good Sunday." Plus, I was really hoping for the Saints. But seriously, with two unstoppable offenses taking turns, it should still be an exciting game. I'm saying Bears by 11.


Beatle Juice SASS Benefit
Friday, January 19, 2007

Beatle Juice, the Beatles tribute band Brad Delp's involved with, will be performing a benefit concert on Feb. 17/07.

The Sixth Annual Beatlejuice concert: A Night to Benefit the Children, will take place Saturday, February 17 at 7:30pm in Portsmouth. NH at The Music Hall. All proceeds will directly benefit the Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) Children's Education and Prevention Programs.

Tickets are available through the Music Hall. Tickets are $30, $25 or $18 (here is a direct link to the event page).

On a side note, one of the sponsors of the show is Tom Scholz & BOSTON.

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Credits and Thanks from
Monday, January 15, 2007, Boston's official site, has posted a credits and thanks page where they thank various fan sites, including!

Here is a screen cap of the page: has been a labor of love for me, thanks to the band for posting this!


Anthony Cosmo Facing Lawsuit
Monday, January 15, 2007

This was published in the Boston Herald:

Tom Scholz of Boston fame has More Than a Feeling about recent bandmate Anthony Migliacco using his affiliation with the vintage rock band, so he’s filed suit against him in Suffolk Superior Court!

Apparently, Migliacco, aka Anthony Cosmo, has been touting his stage work with the classic band - despite signing an agreement that he wouldn’t do so. But what really has Scholz Smokin’ is that Migliacco allegedly billed he and his dad, Francis, who also played with the late 1990’s version of Boston, as the classic Hub band when they played a gig in St. Croix earlier this month.

Migs, according to the Boston Business Journal, said the agreement is null and void. Scholz’s legal counsel disagrees.

“Tom Scholz owns the trademark, the name, and there’s a lot of value to that, and he wants to protect the value,” Susan Stenger of Burns & Levinson told the BBJ.

The suit, filed last month, seeks to enforce the agreement and collect legal fees.

As always, do stay tuned

Source: Boston Herald

Update: Feb 02, 2007:
According to, the lawsuit between Tom and Anthony has been dropped. Here's what was posted:

It seems the lawsuit mentioned around the traps between Tom Scholtz of Boston and Anthony Cosmo has been dropped, with the issue at hand dealt with behind the scenes.

More Info on Engagements
Thursday, January 11, 2007

(Thanks to reader Jeremy for sharing this with me)

Iceberg Radio posted the news on The Tom/Kim, Brad/Pamela engagements, along with some new info:

Boston leaders Tom Scholz and Brad Delp both got engaged over the holidays. Guitarist/producer/songwriter Scholz proposed to his girlfriend Kim Hart on Christmas Eve, and singer Delp proposed to his girlfriend Pamela Sullivan on Christmas Day.

Before Delp proposed, he put the ring in his girlfriend's Christmas stocking, and when she found it, he got down on one knee and proposed to her sister, saying, "Will you be my sister-in-law?"

Scholz will be married this week in an undisclosed location. Delp is planning to get married on a two-day break from Boston's upcoming summer tour, which is now in the planning stages.

Source: Iceberg Radio

Wedding Bells for Boston Members
Wednesday, January 10, 2007

This was published in the Boston Globe:

Tom Scholz, founder of the band Boston, thought he had come up with the perfect Christmas Eve surprise when he asked girlfriend Kim Hart to marry him. But Scholz was surprised himself to find out that Brad Delp, Boston's original lead singer, proposed to his longtime sweetie Pamela Sullivan over the holidays as well. The good news for the rock dudes is that both women said yes.

Congratulations to both of the lucky couples!


New Antonio Cosmo Project
Thursday, December 21, 2006

Former Boston guitarist Antonio (aka Anthony) Cosmo is keeping busy these days. Not only did he recently release an album with his father Fran and their band Cosmo, but he's involved in another project.

Antonio is now involved in a new project called Mercy Grail, working with Kevin Soffera (Breaking Benjamin, Seether, Three Doors Down). While there's very little information on this new project, you can keep up to date on this project by visiting the Mercy Grail Myspace page.


Does Boston Plan to Tour in 2007?
Friday, December 15, 2006

During the Christmas at the Palace Theatre, which aired on WZID 95.7, Kimberley Dahme and Brad Delp performed. After Brad performed Paul McCartney's Wonderful Christmastime and John Lennon's Happy Xmas (War is Over), Brad was asked if Boston plans to tour in 2007.

Here's a transcript of what Brad said:

Host: ...before we let you leave the stage, Brad Delp, we need to know, we need to know, is Boston coming back for another tour anytime soon? Your fans wanna know, I'm sure.

Brad: I heard rumors to that effect -- we played not too long ago at Symphony Hall for Doug Flutie's retirement party, and the gig went so well, Tom was very pleased, and so actually -- tell a secret, we have rehearsal this Saturday. Looks like we may be going out this summer folks, so that means Beatlejuice takes a small hiatus, but I'm so lucky that I get to do things that I love -- you know i love -- obviously singing the Beatle songs and the fact that after all these years people still wanna come out and see Boston, that means a lot to us.

Host: 30 years, isn't it, Brad?

Brad: Yes it is 30, but my hair -- it used to be not grey, I think when we started.

Host: You used to have that fro that we just follow you around on stage, right?

Brad: That was the other guy -- well actually I had one too, but that was, yeah, that was Sibby. So I guess the short answer to your question would be yes.

Well, Brad said it, I guess we'll have to hold him to it!

By the way, if you missed the show, you can hear the Brad and Kimberley performances in the audio section. It features Kimberley and Brad singing two songs each, plus guest performances.

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