Kimberley Dahme | You Make Me Believe

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You Make Me Believe

by Kimberley Dahme

Kimberley is all heart and soul and it comes out in musical notes.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Can't a Girl Change Her Mind
2:57 $0.99
2. Rock You Like a Baby
3:33 $0.99
3. Lighthouse
4:37 $0.99
4. You Make Me Believe
2:30 $0.99
5. Something We Do
3:27 $0.99
6. No Question
2:32 $0.99
7. Jet Lag City
2:29 $0.99
8. The Only Man
4:13 $0.99
9. Love Don't Leave Me Now
4:05 $0.99
10. It Takes Two to Fall
4:28 $0.99
11. With You
3:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
Born and raised in California, Kimberley Dahme has had a musical career no Hollywood screen writer could ever imagine. From singing as a child in a Straw Hat Pizza Parlor to playing in front of millions of TV viewers with the super group BOSTON ("More Than a Feeling", "Peace of Mind"), Kimberley's musical journey has been a musician's dream come true.

Guided by her mother who always told her, "You've got to follow your dream", Kimberley has been playing, performing and writing music since the age of 8. She learned to play the flute and guitar and - prophetically - played in a BOSTON cover band in grammar school. She appeared on the "You Can Be a Star" TV talent show in the 80's and by the time she was 19, Kimberley was singing and writing radio jingles for the likes of Toyota, Wrangler jeans and Pontiac.

Kimberley studied Music and Radio/TV announcing while attending college on music and sports scholarships (in fact, the 6-foot Kimberley still holds her high school's basketball rebound record). She won the only solo vocal part in a production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" that toured Europe for 6 weeks with a 75 piece choral ensemble.

Kimberley moved to Nashville in 1997. She was chosen for the Nashville New Faces World tour and embarked on another European tour. The stars literally aligned for Kimberley when she hooked up with Grammy nominated producer Tom Hambridge and began playing in his band. In 2001, Tom Scholz, the genius guitarist, songwriter and producer of the band BOSTON, came to a club performance to check out Hambridge as a replacement drummer for BOSTON. Although, Scholz liked Hambridge, he was immediately impressed by Kimberley's singing and guitar playing and asked her if she played bass. Although mainly a guitarist, she instantly recognized a golden opportunity and told Scholz, "I can learn!" She bought a bass, hit the woodshed and got an audition. A couple of months later she was on stage with BOSTON performing at the Fiesta Bowl playing bass in front of 74,000 people and millions of TV viewers.

In a nod to her songwriting skills, Tom Scholz included her song "With You" on the BOSTON CD "Corporate America". Amazingly, Scholz only added a few backing tracks and used Kimberley's original one-take voice and guitar demo for the CD. Kimberley has been with BOSTON for over seven years and she is the first woman to be a member of the band. She has toured three times with BOSTON and, in 2006, she performed at Boston's Symphony Hall with BOSTON and the Boston Pops for Doug Flutie Day.

When she's not rehearsing, touring or recording with BOSTON, Kimberley continues to write, record, and perform her own unique brand of music. Her music is a mix of classic rock/blues and contemporary country. She writes about true life stories and, while she can "rock" with the best of them, she is not afraid to show her vulnerable side with her tender, heart-felt ballads.

Kimberley has opened and/or performed with Shawn Colvin, Dwight Yoakum, Wynnona Judd, Joan Osbourne, Jonny Lang, George Thorogood, Johnny Winter and other major artists. She has been featured on the cover of Nashville's "The Nashville Music Guide" magazine and she can be seen in David Frizzell's "Water Makes Her Clothes Stay On" video. She is an endorsee of Fender and Guild Guitars, D'Addario Strings and Planet Waves and Hipshot musical accessories.

Despite her busy schedule, Kimberley has generously offered her time and musical energy to a variety of charitable causes. Many of her past performances have directly benefited children with cancer, autism, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, families in need, abused children and inner-city schools.

Kimberley continues to follow her musical dreams and present to you her new solo CD, "You Make Me Believe".

Kimberley Dahme: Vocals, Guitar, Bass and Flute

* You Make Me Believe (2009)
* Let's Sleep On It Tonight (2005)
* You Barely Even Touched Me (2004)
* Kimberley Dahme (2002)
* Berlin Unplugged (2001)

* Corporate America (2002)



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