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Boston's Kimberley Dahme Talks New Solo Album, Being part of Rock Legands Boston and more

01/05/2010
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(Ross CAT) In 2001 Tom Scholz & Gary Pihl of Boston set out to remedy vacancies in the rhythm section as they planned to tour to support the "Cooperate America" album. They roamed into the Sit 'N' Bull Pub in Maynard, Mass. to see Buffalo Native & Dynamic Musician/Producer Tom Hambridge looking for a drummer dude when they stumbled upon one Ms. Kimberley Dahme who happened to be playing acoustic guitar with Hambridge. Scholz had "More Than a Feelin" after witnessing the stage presence & vocal prowess of the multi-talented enchantress who was on the cusp of branching out on her own successful solo career.

The only women to ever grace the band Boston, Dahme has written, recorded & toured with the band since 2001. While that may seem like a full schedule in itself the single mother of two has managed to record five more solo records in the interim and shows no signs of slowing down in 2010 both with BOSTON & on the solo front. Her most recent release "You Make Me Believe" finds her penning her most poignant songs to date.

The Rock Rapport had the pleasure of talking with Kimberley from her home in Nashville about her visit to Infinity as part of the Rock 'n' Soul Christmas Show sharing the bill with Rochester Rockers D:Drive. - Check it out here

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