By M&C News Mar 10, 2007

Boston singer Brad Delp was found dead in his home in southern New Hampshire on Friday, but there was no indication of any foul play according to police statements.

Delp, 55, helped bring Boston to the top of the rock charts during the 70s and 80s with a string of hit singles including “More Than a Feeling,” “Long Time,” and “Peace of Mind.” Although their popularity began to wan, Boston remained an active part of music and released the studio album ‘Corporate America’ in 2002.

Born in Boston, Delp discovered the guitar at age 13 after watching the Beatles perform on the Ed Sullivan Show. Since 1994, Delp had pursued new music projects – such as a tribute band called Beatle Juice, according to information on the band’s website said.

Fairwell friend you’ll be missed.

[audio:01 More Than A Feeling.mp3] More than a feeling
[audio:02 Peace Of Mind.mp3] Peace of mind
[audio:03 Foreplay-Long Time.mp3] Foreplay long time
[audio:04 Rock And Roll Band.mp3] Rock & roll band
[audio:05 Smokin.mp3] Smokin
[audio:06 Hitch A Ride.mp3] Hitch a ride
[audio:07 Something About You.mp3] Something about you
[audio:08 Let Me Take You Home Tonight.mp3] Let me take you home tonight
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