Kimberley Dahme lives her dreams as the only woman in the power-rock band Boston.
BY CHRIS SHULL
The Wichita Eagle
After years of trying to get ahead in the music business -- as a singer, guitarist, songwriter and solo recording artist in Nashville -- Kimberley Dahme finally hit it big in the most unlikely of places, a bass-player and back-up singer for the progressive power-rock band Boston.
A gig at the Fiesta Bowl in December 2001 was her first with the band. She's toured with them ever since, the first woman in Boston since the group was founded by Tom Scholz in the mid-1970s.