While he couldn’t confirm any dates or concrete plans regarding Boston’s next live tour, frontman Tom Scholz reiterated that the band is in the planning stages of a live tour that will likely happen in 2014, he told Carter Alan Tuesday.
Scholz described the 10-year layoff between albums for Boston as a “gestation period”, and added that he always thinks he’s going to complete things quicker but “it never happens”. After all the hard work, Boston released their new album Life, Love and Hope on Dec. 3 with three of the songs featuring vocals from the late Brad Delp, who committed suicide in 2007.
Carter asked Scholz about May’s Boston Strong concert at the TD Garden, which he called the “most amazing show I’ve ever played”. He commented on the unity of the city and the power of performing for 20,000 fans overcome with wide-ranging emotions.
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