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Lane Powell scored a significant victory for “Boston” former lead singer Fran Cosmo and his guitarist son Anthony, over claims of alleged trademark infringement. On Tuesday, August 20, a federal judge in Seattle rejected Boston founder Tom Scholz’s efforts to block former band members Fran and Anthony Cosmo from referring to themselves as “former members” of Boston.
Fran Cosmo was the lead singer on Boston’s 1994 “Walk On” album. Over the years Fran shared lead with Boston’s original singer, Brad Delp, and he and Brad were close friends. Fran toured exclusively with the band through 2004. Anthony Cosmo was a guitarist and songwriter for the band from 1999 until 2004.
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