Boston’s Delp Committed Suicide

Brad Delp, lead singer for the band Boston, was found dead March 9th at his home in southern New Hampshire. Delp, 55, was alone at the time of his death, and his body was discovered by his fiancée, according to the Boston Herald.

Although toxicology tests were performed, his death was not considered suspicious at the time. However, his family released a statement March 14th revealing that Delp took his own life.

Delp helped found Boston in the early 1970s. The band’s self-titled 1976 debut album sold more than 17 million copies and is one of the fastest selling records in rock history. The singer had found a new group of fans in recent years while fronting Beatlejuice, a popular Beatles cover band.