Kimberley Dahme Info
Friday, January 04, 2002

I got a surprise when I checked my email; a message from Kimberley Dahme. Here is what she wrote:

I'm honored to say I'm singing backup on the new Boston album (which is such a great album I must say! Tom Scholz is a generous and a great person) and I'm thrilled to have had the chance to play the National Anthem with them Jan. 1st, 2002. As it is now, if that was all I ever have the chance to do with them,,, my dreams have come true. But we'll have to wait and see....

New Members of Boston (Update)
Wednesday, January 02, 2002

I found out today through official channels that the drummer at the Fiesta Bowl was Anthony Citrinite. And I looked around at Kimberley Dahme's website and by the looks of it, she was only in for the Fiesta Bowl performance (in other words, a one time gig). Since she has at least one other gig booked elsewhere this month (according to her website).

That would mean that Antonio Cosmo is probably the permanent bass player in the band, but just filled in on guitar for the New Year's gig (this is just my speculation and not official info). Of course, that would probably mean that the tentative lineup of the band is (and this is just my speculation):

Tom Scholz
Brad Delp (vocals/guitar)
Fran Cosmo (vocals/guitar)
Anthony Cosmo (bass)
Gary Pihl (guitar)
Anthony Citrinite (drums)

National Anthem Sparks Controversy
Wednesday, January 02, 2002

It seems that Boston's rendition of the Star Spangled Banner has caused quite a stir. It seems that there are some people who are outraged by the rendition of the national anthem, calling it a "disgrace" and an "outrage". After the anthem, there was an outpour of anger on the Fiesta Bowl message board (the posts have since been removed, however, new posts have emerged).

According to officials for the Fiesta Bowl, phones have been ringing off the hook with an outpour of complaints, but they stand by their decision to have Boston perform the anthem stating they have "done things just a little bit different than other bowl games"

**Note: Check the post from Jan. 04 regarding an editorial on the controverial performance.

Boston Performed @ Fiesta Bowl
Tuesday, January 01, 2002

The world watched today as Boston performed the Star Spangled Banner live at the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The Fiesta bowl aired live at 4:30pm EST on ABC (and also TSN in Canada).

If you missed the performance, don't worry. You can see the performance 24/7 in the Screening Room. You can also see some screen shots in the Pics section.

New Members of Boston
Tuesday, January 01, 2002

If you saw the performance @ The Fiesta Bowl, you may have noticed that there were 7 people performing on stage. One of them (playing guitar) was Antonio Cosmo (Fran's son).

There's also a new drummer (I don't know what happened to Curly), and there was a female bass player. By the looks of things, the bass player was Kimberley Dahme. I don't know if she's in the band permamently or just filled in for the one show, but I'll post more information as it becomes available to me.

(Another) Fiesta Bowl Update
Thursday, December 20, 2001

It looks like the band is getting ready for the Fiesta Bowl. Even though they're performing the instrumental version of Star Spangled Banner, the entire band is involved with it (which means Brad Delp and Fran Cosmo are participating despite the fact that they won't be singing).

The whole band has spent the last few days rehearsing, and will continue to do so until the event (they'll even be having a dress rehearsal, from what I hear).

Fiesta Bowl Update
Friday, December 07, 2001

It looks like the pre-game ceremonies are set for 2:20pm MST (with the kickoff @ 2:50pm).

Boston @ The Fiesta Bowl
Thursday, December 06, 2001

What'cha doin' New Years Day (besides recovering from New Year's Eve!)? You better make yourself prepared to catch the Fiesta Bowl. Why? Because Boston will be playing the Star Spangled Banner LIVE! This'll be Boston's first live television appearance (that I know of). As for the time, I've seen 3 different times (8pm MST; 3pm MST; 2:30pm MST). I'll keep looking for more details, and when I find them, you can be sure to find them right here!

The official Fiesta Bowl website is available at:

Happy Birthday Barry
Thursday, November 29, 2001

Thursday, November 29th marks the birthday of former Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau. Happy birthday Barry!

Beatle Juice Benefit Show
Saturday, November 24, 2001

Have any plans for January 12, 2002? You may want to keep your calendar open for this...

BeatleJuice brings their amazing re-creation of all of your favorite Beatles songs to The Music Hall for one special evening. A rare seacoast appearance by these amazing musicians benefits the Sexual Assault Support Service's Children's Education and Prevention Programs.

Led by multi-platinum award winning singer Brad Delp of the band BOSTON, this all star lineup is sure to get your heads bobbing and feet tapping in this special all ages show. It's all Beatles music, all night. Close your eyes and you'll swear that it's The Fab Four on stage!

Tickets are now on sale, but this show's expected to sell out quickly. It all happens Saturday, January 12, 2002 @ 8:00pm.

To order tickets online:
or Call The Music Hall Box Office at: (603) 436-2400

Happy Birthday Gary
Wednesday, November 21, 2001

Wednesday, November 21st marks the birthday of Boston guitarist Gary Pihl. Happy birthday Gary!

Boston Tribute Album
Tuesday, November 13, 2001


Escape Music is currently working on the Boston Tribute Album. Featuring a host of vocal talents including: Terry Brock (Sign, Strangeways) Tony O' Hara (Praying Mantis), Peter Sundell (Grand Illusion), Chris Ousey (Heartland, The Distance, Virginia Wolf), Darcy Deutsch (Prism, Pokerface) & Steve Overland (FM).

Also with Steve Morris (Heartland) on guitar, Tommy Denander (Radioactive), Mike Walsh guitar and Hammond Organ (Departure) Don Airey on keyboard and Kenny Kaos on guitar, Frank Baker on drums and Dave Hopia on bass. Including many other guest musicians. The album will be ready early next year.

Album Update
Sunday, November 11, 2001

(Thanks to Pattie Murphy on the boston list for this)

Boston mailing list member Pattie Murphy sent along an email to the list after talking to Brad after a Beatlejuice show. There is some good news regarding the album. Apparently, Brad said things were moving along and hopefully the album will be ready to go by end of this year or the beginning of the new year.

RTZ Appears on Benefit CD
Wednesday, September 19, 2001

MTM; the label that RTZ's Lost album was released on, is putting together a 2-disc compilation CD with the proceeds going to those affected by last week's disaster. RTZ appears on the second disc. As of this time, I do not know when this will be released or where it'll be available.

Here's the track listing:

CD 1
1. BAD HABIT - Forever
2. DARE - Still In Love With You
3. METROPOLIS - The Power Of The Night
4. KHARMA - Wings Of History
5. RADIOACTIVE - Haunt Me Tonight
6. THINK OUT LOUD - Invisible Man
7. AXE - Love Changes Everything
8. JOE LYNN TURNER - Can't Face Another Night
9. DAVID CARL BAND - Arms Of Love
10. PUBLIC DOMAIN - Child In My Heart
11. HARLAN CAGE - As You Are
12. SUNSHINE JIVE - Under Summer Skies
13. RANSOM - Can You Fall In Love Again
14. CITA - Two Hearts
15. 101 SOUTH - Boat Out On The Water

CD 2
1. SNAKES & PARADISE - Trail Back Home
2. BRIAN MC DONALD - The Hope One Child Can Bring
3. VON GROOVE - The Damage Is Done
4. FERGIE FREDERIKSEN - The Truth Is Good Enough
5. VELOCITY - Janine
6. FIORE - Corner Of My Mind
7. RTZ - Turn This Love Around
8. JADED HEART - Champion
9. JIMMY LAWRENCE - Test Of Time
11. HOUSE OF SHAKIRA - Nearly Orgasmic
12. DOUG HOWARD - Hold Up The Sky
14. DANGER DANGER - She's Gone
15. CIRCLE OF PAIN - Imagine

Boston Helps Victims
Thursday, September 13, 2001

(Update from discussion list)

The band BOSTON has announced that they are donating $10,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Along with the check, the following note is being sent:

Enclosed is a $10,000 donation from the band BOSTON and the DTS Charitable Foundation to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

Our hearts go out to the victims and their families and friends in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania, along with our sincere thanks to your people for helping when and where it's most needed.

Respectfully, Tom Scholz

The will be donating $200.00 to the American Red Cross Diseaster Relief Fund. Below is a partial list of organizations that is helping the victims to date. We will be dealing with this tragedy for a 'Long Time'. Please do consider donating blood or money over the course of time, either locally or nationally. Blood will always be needed.

As taken from the Homepage:
Emergency response/relief efforts: . The American Red Cross is in need of blood to replenish the nation's supply. Call 1-800-HELP-NOW to schedule an appointment near where you live.

Donations to:
American National Red Cross
430 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20006

The New York Blood Center has also announced a blood emergency for the greater New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. Visit for more information on how to help. . For more information on helping victims of the U.S. attacks, visit

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