The Big Island Beat Podcast: Talking Story With Dirty Cello’s Rebecca Roudman


The Big Island Beat Podcast: Bonus Episode

Show notes: Dirty Cello started eight years ago when Rebecca 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.

This Saturday, Dirty Cello returns to the Big Island for a live stream concert at the Kahilue Theatre.

In this episode, Roudman talks about several unusual shows the band played during the past nine months including a nudist colony, serenading animals at the zoo, and appearing in a commercial about being productive during the time of COVID-19 with Hangover actor Ken Jeung.

Fans of the podcast will hear two unreleased Dirty Cello tracks “Don’t Tell My Shoes,” and the Jimi Hendrix classic “Purple Haze.”

The Big Island Beat podcast is available for free on all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. If you have a podcast show suggestion or guest interview recommendation, give Big Island Music Magazine a call at (318) 500-3582, and leave us a message on the request line. If we like what we hear, we might air it on a future podcast episode. Thanks for listening and Aloha!

Catch Dirty Cello’s Big Island Livestream show this Saturday.

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:
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.

Follow Dirty Cello on their Facebook page and visit their website.


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