Gina & The Red Eye Flight Crew
Mon, Oct 25 | Sterlingtown Public House

Gina & The Red Eye Flight Crew

The Crew is back! We could not be more stoked to have this group back to the beer garden for a crisp, October concert.

Time & Location

Oct 25, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Sterlingtown Public House, 289 Common Rd, Union, ME 04862, USA

About the Event

The Menu: For our October concerts, the kitchen will be ofering a small menu of three super delicious soups; a chowder, a chili & a vegetable soup served with with fresh baked bread. Grab a cup or a bowl or a cup flight of all three!

The Venue: Sterlingtown Beer Garden is an alfresco dining envoirnment exposed to all of the wonderfully dramatic Maine elements. Please be mindful of the weather; layer up & bring blankets if necesary. We are thrilled to take advantage of our great outdoors at the height of Maine autumn. Our wonderful servers look forward to taking care of you as this will be a table service event. Dancing always encouraged

The Music: When Boston-based vocalist Gina Alibrio moved to Portland, Maine, she joined forces with members of Rustic Overtones, Jaw Gems, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds and Model Airplane to form "Gina And The Red Eye Flight Crew."

Alibrio's vocals have been compared to the blues comprehension of Susan Tedeschi with a knack for songwriting aligned with likes of a young Christine McVie. The energetic nine-piece collective tackles originals with a flair for the funky and seasoned professionalism. In addition, their catalogue draws from a list of Pop, Soul, and R&B favorites that may surprise you, but most certainly will make you move.

Gina Alibrio - Vocals

Jamie Colpoys - Trombone

Lucas Desmond - Saxophone

Emma Stanley - Trumpet

Tyler Quist - Keys

Max Cantlin - Guitar

Colin Winsor - Bass

Chris Sweet - Drums and Percussion

Dan Boyden - Drums and Percussion

Spiritual Advisor - Dave Noyes

Check out their website to listen & find more information:

  • General Admission
    +$0.38 Service fee
    +$0.38 Service fee

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