News
Boston on Space Ghost
Wednesday, September 05, 2001

(Thanks to Bob Shields for the info)

For those who missed the original broadcast of Space Ghost Coast to Coast where Boston was featured, you have another chance to see it. The Cartoon Network will be rebroadcasting that episode on Sep. 27 @ 11:30EDT. The episode is called Curling Flower Space, and it originally aired Nov. 19/99. If you get the Cartoon Network, be sure not to miss it!

For more details regarding Space Ghost, visit the Cartoon Network's Space Ghost page.

 
Happy Birthday Fran
Monday, September 03, 2001

Birthday wishes go out to Boston vocalist Fran Cosmo. Have a fun & safe day Fran!

 
WZLX: From The Vaults Update
Monday, August 20, 2001

The WZLX: From The Vaults CD has been officially closed out. Here's the following statement released:

"The project has now been officially closed out, although people can still order the CD through newbury.com as Newbury Comics sells off its remaining stock."

"The reported net profit was a bit over $25,000 and was split between The Walden Woods Project and Franciscan Children's Hospital."

"Thanks to all who bought a copy!"

For those who don't know what this CD is about, it was released late last year. It features live tracks from quite a few artists, one of the tracks is a live version of Boston's Livin' For You.

 
25 Years of Boston
Thursday, August 09, 2001

On August 9, 1976, one of the greatest albums of ALL TIME was released. It was simply titled Boston. It was the album that started it all for Boston. 25 Years later, it still remains as one of the best selling debut albums in music history. Many of the songs on this album remain a staple to rock radio stations.

 
The Monks To Reunite
Friday, July 06, 2001

July 27th, The Monks will reunite to perform for a special benefit. What do The Monks have to do with Boston? Brad Delp was their lead singer. This band played nearly every weekend between 1965-69 in clubs, colleges and high schools in the New England Area.

The performance takes place at The Danversport yacht Club in Danvers, MA from 7pm-midnight. Proceeds support the Danvers group, "The Friends of Folly Hill-dedicated to land preservation in Danvers, MA.".

Also performing will be Wilder Road and Gary Santarella; who'll be doing an acoustical set. If you'd like more information or to get your hands on advance tickets, call Steve Prodanus at (978) 774-2386 or Flo Sagarino at (978) 774-7097.

 
VH1 Reports On The Album
Monday, June 18, 2001

VH1 has posted an article on Boston. There's nothing there that hasn't been said before, but this is another example of how Boston is getting heavy promotion.

To view the article, go to: http://www.vh1.com/thewire/content/news/1444547.jhtml

 
A New Cosmo Is Born
Tuesday, June 12, 2001

(Thanks Becky!)

I just found out that Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo became proud parents to baby girl Giannah, who was born on June 9. All are home and doing well. Congrats to the Cosmo family for bringing another Boston fan to the world :)

 
Boston Featured at ClassicRockDaily.com
Tuesday, June 12, 2001

Between June 13 to 26, classicrockdaily.com their feature artist is, yup you guessed it, Boston! They feature a classic rock band every week and have a contest where if you have the correct answer to their quiz, you''ll be entered in a draw to win prizes. For Boston, the entire Boston CD catalog is up for grabs (Boston, Don't Look Back, Third Stage, Walk On, and Greatest Hits), plus 4 other winners will receive a copy of Greatest Hits.

The link is http://rockdaily.com/rd_musicquiz/1,1515,WGRF,00.html

The contest is open to US residents only. Good luck.

 
Happy Birthday Brad
Monday, June 11, 2001

June 12 marks the birthday of Boston vocalist Brad Delp. He turns the big 5-0 today. Happy birthday Brad and many more!

 
Album Almost Done
Saturday, June 09, 2001

The June 8 Jam! Showbiz article talks with Artemis Records CEO Danny Goldberg (as youy may or may not know, Artemis is Boston's new record label). While there's not a whole lot of insight into the album, there are a couple of points Goldberg made:

"They are about three-quarters of the way done. We have six mixes in house, four more to go. The other four songs, the rough tracks are done,"

"I don't want to jinx it by saying when it is going to come out. But it is awfully close to being finished."

To read the entire article, just go here.

 
Third Stage: A New World Turns 2!
Friday, June 01, 2001

June 1, 2001 marks the 2nd anniversary of the official launch of Third Stage: A New World. This site has reached just under 30,000 hits within that time and has seen 3 different domains and many changes/additions.

I want to thank everybody who's supported me and this site, thanks to those who've passed on Boston tidbits (especially Becky Asbury, who has passed on more than a few!).

A special thanks goes to all past and present members of Boston. Without you, there would be no Boston, and this site wouldn't be here

 
Boston Getting Promoted
Tuesday, May 29, 2001

It seems that as of late, there is more awareness of the fact that Boston is working on another album. From what I'm hearing, more radio stations are making mention of the new album. There was also a blurb at melodicrock.com, but if you read the posting above this one, you'll see it's been...changed.

Let's hope that Boston will get lots of promotion for this album (whenever Tom gets it done).

 
Boston.org Gets Slammed
Tuesday, May 29, 2001

I paid a visit to melodicrock.com and was surprised to see that the blurb they had about the new Boston songs was replaced with the following statement regarding boston.org (posted under the May 19 section):

NOT A BOSTON UPDATE!:
Thanks go to the few tired and frustrated Boston fans that e-mailed me with news that the 2 preview tracks have been on the Boston site since mid last year. No thanks go to the Boston webmasters who are misleading fans and non-regular visitors to the site with the news page carrying the May 2001 date. I have attempted to contact the band and management to no avail. The tone of all the Boston e-mails sent to me were the same - very frustrated and despondent.

As of May 30th, boston.org posted a note clarifying the fact the songs are the same version played on Rockline.

 
New Songs
Tuesday, May 08, 2001

Boston.org has released better quality versions of Someone and Turn It Off. They're both from the Rockline interview (Recorded January 13, 1999), so you won't hear anything different production-wise, but they're better than the 24Kbps 11KHz versions originally available (the new mp3 files are 128Kbps, 44.1KHz).

To download them, go to the boston.org What's New section.

 
Happy Birthday David
Wednesday, April 25, 2001

I'd like to wish a very happy birthday to former Boston bass player David Sikes. Hope you're celebrating safely :)

 
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