If you have followed Boston from their huge self-titled classic hit that yielded “More Than A Feeling”, “Foreplay/Long Time”, and “Peace Of Mind”, selling more than 17 million copies way back in 1976, and followed by their seven million units selling Don’t Look Back, then this post is for you.
Boston delivered their third album, Third Stage in 1986, taking eight years to produce it but still selling a phenomenally strong four million copies. Then holding true to their style, Scholz and company release Walk On eight years after that selling a million copies to the faithful.
Since those powerful four releases, Boston lost Brad Delp, their singer of all of their albums to date including 2002’s interesting, Corporate America, to suicide in 2007. With such a compelling loss, one would think that Boston would close their doors and cruise no longer. But one would be wrong.
On December 3, Frontiers Records will release the sixth Boston long-player, Life, Love & Hope. Sadly, it will not feature the vocals of Brad Delp. But Boston really hasn’t disappointed too many fans with their small catalog from their long, long legacy.
There’s little details so let this serve as an announcement to the fans of the band.