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Sunday, August 13, 2006

Famous Deadbeat

Posted By on Sun, Aug 13, 2006 at 1:09 PM

Vermont's own Eva Sollberger got some love recently from Susan Gerhard of San Francisco's SF360. Here's an excerpt from All About Eva:

Of all the remixes, mashups, and repurposed curiosities littering the YouTube landscape, none have mined the rich veins of celebrity and irony in the San Francisco Bay Area quite the way "The Deadbeat Club"does. The only problem: It's broadcast from Vermont. Apparently,absence makes the heart grow fonder, and a little more reckless, as Eva "Deadbeat" Sollberger,a ten-year resident of Northern California, reminisces on good jobs andbad, megastars and mini ones, and a variety of other subjects in herregular broadcasts. She brings the high art of telling all —‚encounters with Billy Joe from Green Day, intimate moments on set withOwen Wilson, bonding with Bai Ling! — to a new plane with home-brewedmontage and a take-no-prisoners mouth that's brought both messages oflove as well as the flaming heat of the web into her email box.

Watch Eva's TV show the Deadbeat Club on VCAM, Channel 15, Friday at 11:30 p.m. and Sunday at 9 p.m. 

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