Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports: BOSTON leader Tom Scholz tells Billboard.com he hopes to finish recording the band's next studio album after its summer tour and have it out "just after the first of the year."Scholz says the album BOSTON's first since 2002's "Corporate America" is a mix of "really straightforward rock 'n' roll songs and some things that are pretty esoteric. "When I first started," he continues, "I was doing music that had pretty simple themes. Then as I got into 'Third Stage' and 'Walk On' I got a little more technical and a little more involved, more complicated. In this one I'm trying to do both." Read the entire article at Billboard.com.
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