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Ashton Z: How much of the new album do you think you’ll play on tour? Is it a struggle to fit new songs in with the hits that people have known for years?
“It really is. Everybody who comes to the show has their favorite Boston songs and favorite Boston album, and they expect to hear as much of that as possible. Of course, we’ve got a limited amount of time on stage every night, so it’s always a struggle trying to figure out which songs to leave out. There’s always many, many more that we'd like to play, that we could play, but you just can’t fit it all in. We are going to make an effort to play to play a few songs from the new album. It seems to be getting a pretty good reception.”
Donna Agorna: Favorite solo of yours – what lead do you love to play on stage above all others?
“I’d have to say two of them: The Launch and To Be A Man – they’re my two favorites. They’re very emotional, and I get to play around with them a little bit; they’re never the same way twice. So those are my favorites.”
And what solo by somebody else do you especially love?
“Now we’re gonna go way back. [Laughs] I’d have to say Jeff Beck on the Truth album. He’s got several on there that are just amazing. Probably my favorite is a solo on the song Rock My Plimsoul. Jeff Beck’s Truth album – it should be in everybody’s collection.”