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Posted By: Dick Johnson
Posted On: Saturday August 1, 2020 at 1:01 PM
Here is some information on my post #49534 about Boston and Peter Frampton,

Death of Brad Delp (2007)
On March 9, 2007, lead singer Delp committed suicide at his home in Atkinson, New Hampshire.[31] Police found him dead in his master bathroom, along with several notes for whoever would find him.[31] In the bathroom where he committed suicide, two charcoal grills were found on the bathroom fixtures, and the door sealed with duct tape and a towel underneath.[31] Police called the death "untimely" and said that no foul play was indicated.[32] Delp was alone at the time of his death, according to the police report. He was found by his fianc้e, who saw a dryer hose attached to his car.[31] According to the New Hampshire medical examiner, his death was the result of suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning.[31] Delp's last concert with Boston was performed at Boston Symphony Hall on November 13, 2006, at a concert honoring Doug Flutie.

A concert in honor of Delp named "Come Together: A Tribute to Brad Delp" occurred on August 19, 2007, at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston. The concert included Ernie and the Automatics, Beatlejuice, Farrenheit, Extreme, Godsmack, RTZ, Orion the Hunter, and finally the current version of Boston.[33]

All of the living members of Boston were invited to perform in the concert. The singers for Boston included Michael Sweet of Stryper, former band member Curly Smith, band member Kimberley Dahme, and a Boston fan from North Carolina named Tommy DeCarlo, who was chosen to sing based on his performances of Boston cover songs on his MySpace page.[

Peter Frampton

Frampton suffered a near-fatal car accident in the Bahamas in 1978 that marked the end of his prolific period and the beginning of a long fallow period where he was less successful than previously. He returned to the studio in 1979 to record the album Where I Should Be. Among those contributing to the album were past band members Stanley Sheldon (bass), Bob Mayo (keyboards/guitar/vocals), and John Siomos (drums/vocals).[7][8]

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Here is some information on my post #49534 about Boston and Peter Frampton, by Dick Johnson #49536
Very sad and far too common in that industry. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #49536.1

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