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Latest NewsBoston 2015 Tour

What's next for BOSTON? Thanks to the fantastic response to last year's tour we're planning to bring our show to as many venues as we can again in 2015, and we're trying to decide which BOSTON songs to add to our set for this year.

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Find out what's happening with Boston.

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  • 2015 Tour

    The trucks are getting loaded up!
    Visit the tour section for the latest updates to show dates and venues. This information will be updated often as dates are confirmed.

    Special offers such as advance presale tickets and fan meet and greets will be announced in our community.
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  • Concert Photos

    You have front row and center seats get your all access photos of Boston.
    Unprecedented ALL ACCESS photos take you close-up to all the action on stage and backstage.
    Our photo library spans from the 2015-2008 Tours.
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  • Unprecedented Access

    You have front row and center seats get your all access photos of Boston.
    All of our photographs are printed on archival quality paper with your option to frame and print sizes up to 30" X 45".

    Choose from a large selection of prints, books, albums, greeting cards, specialty items and memorabilia.
    All orders are shipped directly from the printer within 24-48 hours.
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Sound & Vision Review of Tom Scholz' Remasters

May 6, 2006

Mike Mettler, Sound & Vision:

"You've never heard Boston and Don't Look Back like this before. These remasters show just how far ahead of his time Tom Scholz was (and still is) -- they're two of the best-sounding CDs I've ever listened to. Run, don't walk (and don't look back!), and go buy these two classic discs immediately. Your ears will be glad you did."

Tom Scholz:

"I spent about 50 minutes alone just on "More Than a Feeling." What a difference! The bass on the intro is indeed much fuller. Brad's vocals are also much fuller, and even wider in scope. On previous CD versions, it's almost like he's singing ebony porn through water. The difference is quite noticeable when he sings "away" at the 0:40 mark, and especially "away - hey" @2:26. The drums are punchier (you can feel the kick right in the gut), and cymbal and stickwork are crisper.

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