B Rock Note: Brad Delp’s Musical Genius at the Helm of Boston is Still Missed
Eleven years ago on March 9, 2007 Boston's lead singer Brad Delp committed suicide at his home, stunning the world of rock. He was found inside his bathroom with two charcoal grills and the official cause of death was listed as carbon monoxide poisoning
Delp passed away at the age of 55 leaving a brilliant musical legacy with the rock band, Boston. Co-writing songs with Tom Scholz, he produced some of the most vivid and brilliant rock ever recorded, including the hits, "Peace of Mind," More Than a Feeling," "Don't Look Back," "Rock and Roll Band," and "Smokin."
Scholz once told Pulse of Radio that Brad Delp had the "greatest set of pipes he ever heard."