Who is Boston? Boston is an American rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, formed in 1976 by Tom Scholz and Brad Delp. Their third studio album, 'Third Stage', was released in 1986 and went to number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. The band has had several lineup changes and released six studio albums, as well as an EP. Boston’s Sound Boston's sound is a mix of arena rock harmonies and hard rock guitar riffs, with elements of progressive rock. Tom Scholz's signature guitar sound, combined with Brad Delp's powerful vocal melodies, made their music instantly recognizable. They are also known for their long instrumental sections, which often feature complex guitar solos. Boston’s Greatest Hits Some of Boston's greatest hits include 'More Than a Feeling', 'Peace of Mind', 'Long Time', and 'Amanda'. They are considered to be classics of the 1970s and 1980s rock era. Today, these songs can be heard on classic rock radio stations all over the world. Collaborations Throughout their career, Boston has collaborated with other artists such as Aimee Mann, Kimberly Dahme, David Victor, and Gary Pihl. They have also performed with symphony orchestras to create new versions of their classic songs. Legacy Boston has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and have sold over 75 million records worldwide. They remain one of the most successful bands in history and continue to influence generations of musicians.