New BOSTON Singer Taking Time Off From Working At HOME DEPOT To Tour With Band
Marco R. della Cava of USA Today reports: See how this rock 'n' roll fantasy sounds: One day you're trying to get Home Depot shoppers to apply for in-store credit. The next you're rehearsing with BOSTON and getting ready for a national summer tour.
"I never could have dreamed this," says Tommy DeCarlo, 43, BOSTON's new Brad Delp-channeling frontman, who is taking leave from his credit manager job at a Charlotte Home Depot to perform with the band. "That first gig is going to be something."
Bands ranging from AC/DC to LYNYRD SKYNYRD have found new singers in the wake of tragedy (Delp committed suicide last year), inevitably choosing road-tested replacements. DeCarlo's rocking Cinderella tale includes the fact that he never has even been in a band.
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