Antigua’s Red Hot Flames for Manhattan performance
NEW YORK, N.Y. – It’s going to be red hot at the Eugene’s Night Club in Manhattan this Friday, September 1, as Antiguan band Red Hot Flames, formerly Burning Flames, gears up to thrill Upscale Crowd goers in a pre-Labor Day extravaganza.
The band, which made a clean sweep of the 2006 Antigua Carnival as the sweetest band on the road with two road march wins for ‘Trouble’ & ‘Quad Ride,’ will perform at Caribbean Fever Fridays, the first upscale after-work party for Caribbean professionals, which has been held at Eugene’s, 27 West 24th between 5th and 6th Avenue, for the past seven weeks, members of the Upscale Crowd Entertainment.
Antiguan’s band Red Hot Flames
Upscale promoters, who recently presented T&T’s Shurwayne Winchester at Eugene’s, are enthused by the response to the events to date and are anticipating this Friday’s party to surpass expectations as they also welcome Guinness as the main sponsor for the September 1 event.
Also performing will be St. Vincent’s Bomani, who will set the stage early on for Red Hot Flames in an opening performance that’s sure to whet the appetite. The weekly party has been attracting crowds of upwards of 700 people each week, and it is anticipated that this week’s high-voltage performance will draw a crowd of over 900.