EXTREME: New Album On The Way?
According to Michael S. Robinson of Collider.com, reunited Boston hard rockers EXTREME have written a special song to perform at the Brad Delp (late BOSTON singer) tribute concert which is being held this coming weekend in Boston. In addition, vocalist Gary Cherone and guitarist Nuno Bettencourt have been writing new music together all year, possibly in preparation for a new EXTREME album.
"Come Together: A Tribute to the Life of Brad Delp" will be held on August 19 at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, Massachusetts. Proceeds from the event will go to the newly created Brad Delp Foundation, a foundation to help other musicians get their start. The event will feature performances by members of BOSTON, GODSMACK, ORION THE HUNTER and RTZ, along with guest vocalists Michael Sweet of STRYPER, Mickey Thomas of the JEFFERSON STARSHIP, ERNIE & THE AUTOMATICS, FAHRENHEIT and Delp's THE BEATLES tribute band BEATLEJUICE. Tickets are $35 plus a $5 venue charge and are available through Ticketmaster, the box office and LiveNation.com.
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