Remembering Brad Delp

"More than a Feeling" is probably the signature song for the band "Boston."

The group's members and other musicians will gather at the Bank of America Pavilion downtown on Sunday to remember its lead Singer, Brad Delp, who committed suicide in March. He was 55.

Fran Cosmo, another former lead singer for "Boston," said Delp was one of his best friends.

"The memories I have of Brad Delp and being in the band are fantastic, just fantastic," Cosmo said. "Brad Delp was just about one of the finest human beings ever known. I was his singing partner on the record and in life for many years, so I will miss him with all of my heart. My memories of him will always stay with me."

Delp was born and raised in Danvers, Mass. He led the band, "Boston" to fame in the 1970s. Most recently, he was lead singer for the Beatles cover-band Beatlejuice.

Adrienne LaFrance contributed to this report.

This program aired on August 17, 2007. The audio for this program is not available.


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