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Hitch a Ride

Brad

Day is night in New York City
Smoke, like water, runs inside
Steel idle trees to pity
Every living things that's died

Gonna hitch a ride
Head for the other side
Leave it all behind
Never change my mind
Gonna sail away
Sun lights another day
Freedom on my mind
Carry me away for the last time
Oh yeah

Life is like the coldest winter
People freeze the tears I cry
Words of hail their minds are into
I've got to crack this ice and fly

Gonna hitch a ride
Head for the other side
Leave it all behind
Never change my mind
Gonna sail away
Sun lights another day
Freedom on my mind
Carry me away for the last time
Oh yeah

Gonna hitch a ride
Head for the other side
Leave it all behind
Never change my mind
Gonna sail away
Sun lights another day
Freedom on my mind
Carry me away for the last time
Oh yeah


--Tom Scholz

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Scholz were married January 11th 2007 in the Florida Keys

Tom Scholz, founder of the band Boston, thought he had come up with the perfect Christmas Day surprise when he asked girlfriend Kim Hart to marry him. But Scholz was surprised himself to find out that Brad Delp, Boston's original lead singer, proposed to his longtime sweetie Pamela Sullivan on Christmas Day as well. The good news for the rock dudes is that both women said yes.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Scholz were married January 11th 2007 in the Florida Keys. Congratulations Tom and Kim enjoy your honeymoon! Brad and Pamela will say their "I dos" when they take a double day off during the 2007 Boston Summer Tour. The wedding "Party" will take place on the road.

It looks like it was a small gathering of deer friends

Doug Flutie Day in Boston

The city of Boston celebrated Nov. 13, 2006 as Doug Flutie Day. Flutie is seen here accepting the 2006 Red, White, and Blue Award for his work in promoting awareness and support for families with autism. The award is given each year to one of Boston's "local heroes."

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Rock on: A new generation is listening to classic rock bands

 

The kids want to rock. Well, at least lots of them do. Forget Beyonce and Christina and Nickelback and The Fray and OutKast.

Forget alterna-this and alterna-that, the various permutations that hip-hop has taken, or the endless stylistic detours heavy metal has gone down.

It’s all about the rock for a steady audience of millions of kids whose tastes stretch back decades to include old-school bands like Judas Priest, Metallica, Iron Maiden, the Rolling Stones, and Pink Floyd.

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