Dirty Cello will bring their high-energy fusion of blues, rock, and bluegrass to the Kahilu Theatre via a livestream concert on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. HST. The exclusive pay-per-view show will be presented on the Kahilu Theatre’s new online platform Kahilu.TV. Ticket info can be found below.
Dirty Cello, the San Francisco-based band, is led by cellist/vocalist Rebecca Roudman and features Jason Eckl (guitar/vocals), Colin Williams (bass), and Jeff Wheeler (drums). The origins of the group started eight years ago when Roudman, a tenured member of both the Oakland and Santa Rosa symphony orchestras, met guitarist Jason Eckl while attending college. He’s now her husband. Dirty Cello has since toured China, Italy, and even Iceland, all while paying their musical dues along the way.
Watch a video from Dirty Cello’s February 21, 2020 concert at the Kahilu Theatre.
Roudman and Eckl are no strangers to the Big Island. In 2015 they toured the coffee shop circuit here and got hired to play a private donor’s party held in the Kahilu’s lobby. Attendees were so impressed with their style, the Kahilu booked them for a show in 2016 and they returned with a full orchestra. The show was billed as “Kahilu’s Dirty Orchestra.”
From down-home blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin’ bluegrass, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping!
If You Watch… Have A Good Show!
Event: Dirty Cello at Kahilu Theatre via pay-per-view livestream
When: Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. HST.
Cost: Individual tickets for this show, which are good for an entire household, are $19.99 and available at Kahilu.TV.
Buy Tickets: https://www.kahilu.tv/checkout/dirty-cello/purchase
How to Watch: After purchasing a ticket, you will be able to enjoy the livestream concert when it is available. This will work with any computer, tablet, or smartphone. This is an online show only. Do not come to the theatre. More streaming info here.
Info: Kahilu.TV is a new, subscription-based platform that brings the best Hawaiʻi music and culture to your home or anywhere in the world that you want to watch from. It will feature live streams, pay–per–view events, recorded on-demand content, and exclusive subscriber content as well as free videos. More information is available at Kahilu.TV.