Dirty Cello to perform in Carson City on March 18

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Dirty Cello will present a blend of blues, rock and Americana described by Oakland Magazine as “funky, carnival, romantic, tangled, electric, fiercely rhythmic, and textured, and only occasionally classical” on March 18 at the Nashville Social Club in Carson City.

Band leader and cellist Rebecca Roudman is a member of classical orchestras, but with the Dirty Cello band she lets her hair down and uses her classical training to push the cello to its limits. This band of road warriors has played their unique blend of music all over the world with tours from Italy to the Middle East.

The band is known for taking everything a bit up-tempo, running into the crowd, and prompting classic singalongs. The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $28-$38.

For information or tickets, visit www.bit.ly/dirtycello_nashvillesocialclub or email info@nashvillesocialclub.com.


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