ISTANBUL -- The slight mourning family of Brad Delp, the lead singer for famed American rock band Boston, said 'his death was amazing, a testament to honest enterprise and so much more than a feeling can express on it's own,' and wishes Brad nothing but the best in his endeavors.
Marsha Delp, the closest-estranged wife, said this of his latest apparent carbon monoxide poisoning, "Brad would have wanted it that way. When confronted with fame and the endless pursuit of stardom, it is easy to see why so many artists seek enlightenment this way. I don't blame him afterall; he has to live with his decision."
Brad Delp joined Boston sometime in the mid-1970s and sang two of its largest hits, "More than a Feeling" and "Long Time."
It was immediately unclear if his motivation for immediate death was swayed by the inclusion of hip-hop artists in the Rock N' Roll hall of fame over the weekend. It is noted that recently Phil Collins was against all odds when news finally reached the United Kingdom.