Boston Lyrics

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From the Album Life, Love & Hope (2013) (buy at

From the Album Corporate America (2002) (buy at
Corporate America
I Had A Good Time
Stare Out Your Window
Corporate America
With You
Turn It Off
Didn't Mean To Fall In Love
You Gave Up On Love
Livin' For You

From the Album Greatest Hits (1997) (buy at
Greatest Hits

From the Album Walk On (1994) (buy at
Walk On
I Need Your Love
Surrender To Me
Livin' For You
Walkin' At Night
Walk On
Get Organ-ized
Walk On (Some More)
What's Your Name
We Can Make It

From the Album Third Stage (1986) (buy at
Third Stage
We're Ready
The Launch: Countdown / Ignition / Third Stage Separation
Cool The Engines
My Destination
A New World
To Be A Man
I Think I Like It
Can'tcha Say (You Believe In Me)
Still In Love

From the Album Don't Look Back (1978) (buy at
Don't Look Back

From the Album Boston (1976) (buy at

Other Songs:
'Cha Say (You Believe In Me)
Higher Power
Living Without You
Long Time
Man I'll Never Be
Tell Me

Boston Info:

Boston is an American rock band from Boston, Massachusetts that achieved its most notable successes during the 1970s and 1980s. They have sold over 31 million albums in the United States, of which 17 million were for their self-titled debut album and 7 million were for their second album, Don't Look Back.

Many of the songs from the debut album had been written as far back as 1970, six years before its release. Scholz had just graduated from MIT with a degree in mechanical engineering and was working at Polaroid on some top secret projects. But after work, he delved deep into his passion of writing and recording music. He met Delp in 1970, and they quickly recorded the songs that would eventually become More Than A Feeling and Hitch A Ride. -Wikipedia

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Rock, hard rock

Years active:

Associated acts:
Cosmo, Orion the Hunter, Return to Zero, Stryper

Name Origin:
According to Scholz, both John Boylan and his engineer Warren Dewey (who collaborated on mixing their debut album) suggested the name "Boston" for the band. for obvious reasons. Although Scholz felt it would be read as copying "Chicago," all of his rock music background had come from Boston.

Even as a high school student in Toledo, Ohio he carefully tuned in Boston's WBZ, a high power AM radio station which played the new influx of British rock, and a collection of groups known in the 60's as the "Boston" sound - and of course, he, Delp and the others lived in the greater Boston area.

Tom Scholz -
lead and rhythm guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, backing vocals (1976-present)

Gary Pihl -
rhythm and lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (1985-present)

Curly Smith -
drums, percussion, harmonica, backing vocals (1994-1997, 2012-present)

Kimberley Dahme -
bass, guitar, vocals (2001-present; on leave as of 2012)

Jeff Neal -
drums, percussion, backing vocals (2002-present; on leave as of 2012)

Tommy DeCarlo -
lead vocals, keyboards, percussion (2008-present)

David Victor -
guitar, vocals (2012-present)

Tracy Ferrie -
bass guitar, backing vocals (2012-present)
Past Members:
Brad Delp -
lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, percussion (1976-1989, 1994-2007; died 2007)

Jim Masdea -
drums, percussion, keyboards (1976, 1983-1988)

Fran Sheehan -
bass (1976-1983)

Sib Hashian -
drums, percussion, backing vocals (1976-1983)

Barry Goudreau -
guitars, backing vocals (1976-1981)

Chris Rivas -
drums (1985)

David Sikes -
vocals, bass, keyboards (1987-1997)

Doug Huffman -
drums, percussion, keyboards, backing vocals (1987-1994)

Fran Cosmo -
lead vocals, guitar (1993-2006)

Anthony Cosmo (also known as Anton Cosmo) -
guitar, backing vocals, songwriter (1997-2006)

Anthony Citrinite -
drums (2001-2002)

Tom Hambridge -
drums (2002)

Michael Sweet -
lead vocals, rhythm guitar (2008-2011)

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