Boston e-mails

The following e-mails reveal the tension between members of the band Boston, and the mood of singer and guitarist Brad Delp shortly before his suicide. Use the links below to jump to a specific document.

Tracking Pamela Sullivan

Nov. 15, 2006: Exchange between Boston lead singer Brad Delp and friend Rick Kilbashian on the singer's interest in tracking his then-girlfriend Pamela Sullivan's movements on the computer they shared.

Flutie benefit concert

Dec. 22, 2006: Former Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau writes to guitarist Tom Scholz to complain about Scholz's treatment of Boston members. Goudreau, Delp, and former member Sib Hashian had planned to play a benefit for Doug Flutie's foundation with the Boston Pops earlier that year. Scholz learned this and, after discussion with the event's promoters, it was decided that Boston -- with Scholz and Delp -- would play the concert. In the end, Goudreau and Hashian did not perform.

Delp responds

Jan. 6, 2007: Brad Delp responds to an e-mail from Tom Scholz, in which Scholz asked Delp about Goudreau's description of Delp's feelings.

Delp writes Komor

March 6, 2007: Three days before his suicide, Brad Delp writes an e-mail to former fiancée (and new mother) Patricia Komor. Delp makes reference to his will and who will inherit his house after his death.

After Delp's death

March 16, 2007: Tom Scholz writes to Goudreau after Delp's death.

Goudreau responds

March 16, 2007: Goudreau responds to Scholz's e-mail.