InTheStudio celebrates the 35th Anniversary of BOSTON's first album. Exclusive interviews with Tom Scholz and the late Brad Delp
Dallas, TX - July 12, 2011. North American syndicated Rock radio show InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands celebrates the 35th Anniversary of Boston, the biggest selling debut album for the past 30+ years. InTheStudio producer and host Redbeard gets a "one-on-one" interview with the reclusive creative genius, lead guitarist and songwriter of BOSTON, Tom Scholz, who reveals that he worked in a basement home studio for seven long years to make the demo tape, while the recordbreaking BOSTON debut was "made on a budget of $1,700!”
The success of BOSTON's debut album may very well have given the band the time it needed to forward its career. Scholz hints, "That album, doing as well as it did, is the only thing that made it possible to do a second and third one....It was only because it sold so well that it was possible to do it and do it again." Redbeard also shares a rare archival interview with the late Brad Delp in which Brad describes life before BOSTON, meeting Tom, the meteoric success of BOSTON's debut and the first time he realized his fortune. Delp explains, “When I got home, I had an apartment. I called up our accountant and said, I’m thinking about maybe buying a house, can I do that? My accountant said, ‘How many?’”
InTheStudio is syndicated on over 50 radio stations throughout North America. The InTheStudio/ BOSTON 35th anniversary show will air the week of July 11-17. To find out where to hear this show or to stream it online, visit: www.inthestudio.net
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