NOTE: We want to get to know our guest monologists even better before the show. So we're introducing a brand new feature—7 Questions. Each member of Tantrum gets to ask a question—the same one every time—to our special guests, who can answer them in as much or as little detail as they'd like.
Pete wants to know: What was the first album (45/8-track/cassette/cd/whatever) you purchased with your own money?
KEVIN: The soundtrack to "Shaft" by Isaac Hayes. You're daaaaamn right. A double album, too, and it started my love for movie soundtracks that continues to this day (this morning, I pre-ordered the score to "Watchmen" on iTunes). I also remember whenever a neighbor kid needed money, he would swipe albums from his pothead brother and sell them to me for a buck or two. That's how I got my first copies of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," "Magical Mystery Tour" and "The Beatles (white album)."
Check back soon for the next question. And put Kevin Dilmore on the spot LIVE at either of our shows in February.
Second Fridays at the Westport Coffeehouse
4010 Pennsylvania • 816-678-8886 for reservations
Friday, February 13 • 8pm • Tickets: $10
May contain adult material.
Talking Out Of Turn at the KC Public Library
Plaza Library, 4801 Main • 816-701-3407 for reservations
Wednesday, February 18 • 7pm • Admission: FREE
All ages welcome.