June 18, 2007

Michael Marotta of BostonHerald.com reports: Looks as if the original members of BOSTON are coming together to pay tribute to the band’s singer, Brad Delp, who committed suicide in March.

The "Come Together" tribute concert is slated for Aug. 19 at the Bank of America Pavilion with a tentative lineup of ORION THE HUNTER, RTZ, GODSMACK, FARRENHEIT, BEATLEJUICE and ERNIE & THE AUTOMATICS. CHEAP TRICK's Robin Zander and Gary Cherone of EXTREME will be on-hand as special guests.

But the BIG news is the reunion of BOSTON mastermind Tom Scholz, with former BOSTON members Sib Hashian, Barry Goudreau, Fran Sheehan and Fran Cosmo. Apparently the urge to honor Delp was enough for the ex-mates to put years of feuding and lawsuits behind them.

Read more at BostonHerald.com.

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