His band played covers of songs in clubs during the early part of the 1970s while working with Mr. Scholz on the home recordings that became Boston's debut album. Delp performed in clubs in New England with a band called Beatle Juice, playing faithful copies of the Beatles songs. He is survived by a daughter, Jenna, and a son, John Michael.
ATKINSON, N, H. The note was cut with paper around the collar of Delp's shirt when police found his body in his Atkinson house, on the bathroom floor, with his head on a pillow. He had sealed himself inside with two charcoal grills; toxicology tests showed that he had committed suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. Delp joined Boston in the mid-1970s and sang two of his biggest hits, More than a Feeling and Long Time.
He was cremated on Wednesday, after a private funeral earlier in the week. In another note on a door at the top of the stairs, Delp warned that there was carbon monoxide inside. Police later found four sealed letters in an office addressed to Sullivan, his children, his mother, Micki Delp, and another couple whose identity was not revealed. William Baldwin said the police gave the letters to family members without reading them.
Sullivan told police that Delp had been depressed for some time, feeling emotional (and) bad about himself, according to reports. He had planned to marry Sullivan this summer during a break on a tour with Boston. A lifelong Beatles fan, Delp also played with the tribute band Beatle Juice Delp worked on some projects outside Boston, but as far as that is concerned, he is mostly remembered for his long-time Beatles cover band, Beatlejuice, where for more than a decade, he demonstrated to a lot of non-stop audiences who was able to execute the most absolutely convincing imitation of Paul McCartney. imaginable.
Scholz stated that Micki's interview with The Boston Herald alluded to Scholz being the cause of Delp's suicide. Delp's email to his fiancée's sister reminds me a lot not only of this line of this song, but of so many Boston songs that are lyrically worried about Being A Man. On March 2, Delp had a show with his Beatles tribute band Beatlejuice at Maynard's Sit 'n Bull pub. These previously unreported revelations about Delp's relationship with Meg Sullivan have become a centerpiece of the two-year defamation lawsuit filed by Boston founder Tom Scholz against the Boston Herald.
He came out again for the recording of the band's next album, 1994's Walk On, but returned for the tour and shared lead vocal roles with Fran Cosmo. For millions of music fans, he was forever the singer whose buoyant voice brought Boston to the top of the charts in the 1970s and 1980s with hits like “More Than a Feeling “, “Peace of Mind “, “Long Time” and “Amanda”. The deeply depressed singer had committed suicide by lighting two charcoal grills and letting carbon monoxide reach him. Delp left Scholz and Boston following the release of the band's second album, Don't Look Back in 1978, and spent a few years working with former Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau on various projects, including the groups RTZ and Orion The Hunter, before returning to Boston in 1986 for the album Third Stage.
Delp left Boston and worked together in the early 1980s under the name of the band Orion the Hunter; he released an album in 1984 with Brad Delp's latest music album that was released posthumously by Barry Goudreau, one of Boston's original guitarists. Todd Winmill, Meg Sullivan's boyfriend, was scheduled to work as a sound engineer for the show; Winmill had also been a sound man for Boston. When he wasn't working with Boston, he could often be found covering the Beatles with the band BeatleJuice, which had been playing on the local circuit for many years. Delp were the only official members of the band; Barry Goudreau on guitar, Fran Sheehan on bass and Sib Hashian on drums soon joined.