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PHONE: (734) 612-5405
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Dewey Decibel Stand-up Comedy Tour
Coming to a Library Near You
DETROIT, MI | January 25, 2013–Make your library the home for the very best in stand-up comedy this summer by
booking the Dewey Decibel Stand-up Comedy Tour featuring comedians Bill Hildebrandt and Kevin Kramis.
With his energetic, innovative, and hilarious perspective on everyday life, Bill Hildebrandt has headlined clubs, casinos,
and college, and corporate shows for more than 25 years. He has shared the stage with many of today’s top acts,
including Judy Tenuta, Rita Rudner, and Rosie O’Donnell. Hildebrandt has opened for several classic rock & roll bands,
such as Huey Lewis and the News and the Doobie Brothers, to name a few. For 12 years, he has worked in Las Vegas on
a regular basis at the renowned comedy club at the Riviera Hotel and Casino.
Hildebrandt will be joined on the Dewey Decibel Stand-up Comedy Tour by Kevin Kramis. Kramis performs more than
45 weeks per year, is a regular in Las Vegas, and writes material for a number of comedians. A veteran comic noted for
his universal appeal, with stage presence and off-beat improvisations that captivate and involve audiences, Kevin has
performed everywhere from major arenas to a maximum-security prison. He has opened for Tim Allen, Jeff Foxworthy,
Three Dog Night, and others.
Together, their 60-minute, high-energy, side-splitting act will showcase quick wit and quirky fun for all ages. Definitely
not your grandfather’s library experience, the Dewey Decibel Stand-up Comedy Tour is sure to be your community’s
funniest summer attraction!
For more information or to book the duo for your library, call Bill Harmer at (734) 612-5405 or e-mail
[email protected]. View photos, video and bios of the comedians on the Dewey Decibel Stand-up Comedy
Tour Facebook page, facebook.com/deweydecibelstandupcomedytour.
About Bill Harmer
Hailing from the Best Small Library in America for 2008, Bill Harmer is the Director of the Chelsea District Library in Chelsea, Michigan.
He was named one of Library Journal’s “Movers and Shakers” for 2009. Bill created the Rock & Roll Library Tour, bringing live music
from the band the High Strung to libraries all over America since 2005. Bill conducts workshops and gives presentations around
the country on topics including outreach, programming, and strategic planning.
In August of 2006, in a segment touting the Library Tour, Bill and the High Strung were featured on National Public Radio's This
American Life. Listen here>>