Tell Me Something: The woman behind

Adam Wujtewicz and Meghan Killimade are the doom rock duo, Bedroom Rehab Corporation. The band was voted into the top 5 "Best Metal" acts for the second year in a row at the 2014 Connecticut Music Awards.
Adam Wujtewicz and Meghan Killimade are the doom rock duo, Bedroom Rehab Corporation. The band was voted into the top 5 "Best Metal" acts for the second year in a row at the 2014 Connecticut Music Awards. Courtesy of Sean Fowler

Meghan Killimade plays drums in the New London rock trio Paul Brockett Roadshow and the doom rock duo, Bedroom Rehab Corporation with her partner, Adam Wujtewicz. Killimade is also an accomplished photographer and editor who founded the comprehensive local music website, Wailing City. If you see her around town, buy her a craft beer.

Paul Brockett Roadshow is playing Hygienic Art Park on Saturday, July 5 and the Customs House Pier Stage at Sailfest on July 13.

Bedroom Rehab Corporation will play Aug. 23 at 33 Golden Street in New London.

Say you have a modern-day high school locker. Whose picture would be hanging in it?

That hunky bass player and love of mine, Adam Wujtewicz.

What's your favorite sandwich?

Tuna grinder from Pizza Palace in Groton.

You're locked in a museum for a night, which one would it be?

Hopefully one with breakable windows. I’d have a panic attack being locked in anywhere!

What’s your favorite word in a language other than English?


Who played at your first live concert?

Def Leppard and Ugly Kid Joe.

Sorry to have to tell you this, but an asteroid is going to wipe out all humanity next week. So, what’s your last meal and who is coming to dinner?

Chicken alfredo from Paul’s Pasta – anyone paying can come along.

What was the first album you ever bought and where did you buy it?

I’m pretty sure it was Janet Jackson’s “Rhythm Nation” on cassette in the late 80s, most likely purchased in the Navy Exchange electronics department on the sub base.

Who is on your Mount Rushmore of drummers?

Abe Cunningham (Deftones)

Patty Schemel (Hole)

Matt Cameron (Soundgarden/Pearl Jam)

... the fourth head is under construction.

Other than your smartphone, name an item you can’t live without:


Item you should live without and keep meaning to get rid of:


You’re a DJ at club. What’s the night’s last song?

“Up All Night” – the new single (off the new album of the same name) by my band, Paul Brockett Roadshow.

What’s the last television show you binge-watched?

“New Girl.”

What’s your go-to camera?

My Nikon D90 – however most often than not, it seems I only ever have my iPhone on me when I’m need of a camera!

If present day you could give advice to younger you, what would it be?

Learn how to read music.

Last book you couldn’t put down:

“Photoshop for Dummies.”

What’s a word you can never spell correctly on the first try:

Bier! Ha! Words with “ie” or “ei” always get me, I always think it's the other way around.

Which movie, television show or theatrical production most accurately depicts life as a drummer in a rock band?

“That Thing You Do.” I am Spartacus!

Coffee or tea?


Saturday night or Sunday morning?

I think I’d have to agree with my pal Rich Martin who answered this question in a previous issue – it’s pretty much the same period of time to us musician types.

Starr Street or Ringo Starr?

Ringo! I’m a mocker!

Anagrams or palindromes?

May a moody baby doom a yam?

What is your pet peeve?

Drivers that don’t use blinkers; folks that are late or unorganized; bands and venues that don’t have websites or that don’t have updated information.

What historical event would you like to have witnessed?

The Reducers' first show.

What is your favorite place in Connecticut to recharge and/or find serenity?

Two Roads Brewing, Stratford, CT.

The person alive today you most admire?

My mother – one of the strongest women I know.


Tell Me Something is a weekly online Q&A which highlights interesting local people and projects. Click here for previous installments.

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