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Brad Delp will sing on new Boston album

Brad Delp will sing on new Boston album

BOSTON'S BACK: Members of the band, left to right; Jeff Neal, Brad Delp, Tom Scholz, Kimberley Dahme, and Gary Pihl. Photo: Associated Press

BOSTON (AP) — Boston are putting out a new album and Brad Delp will sing on it.

Boston’s website reports the band will release “Life, Love and Hope” on Dec. 3, their first album in more than ten years.

Delp committed suicide in 2007.

The new Boston album will feature Delp’s vocals, as well as vocals by Tommy DeCarlo, Kimberley Dahme, David Victor and main man Tom Scholz.

Scholz says he intentionally stayed close to the early Boston style on some songs and sometimes used the same amps and instruments. He even used the same analog tape machines he’s been using for Boston’s music for the past 35 years.

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