Saint Ophelia will play at the Red Bike on Friday. (Courtesy Photo)

Saint Ophelia will play at the Red Bike on Friday. (Courtesy Photo)

Indie folk rock band plays a show Friday at the Red Bike.

  • Tuesday, January 2, 2018 12:10pm
  • Arts

The band Saint Ophelia will play their first show at the Red Bike at 8:30 p.m. Friday.

Saint Ophelia, which has played at other island venues, brings an Indie folk rock sound to the stage with their mixture of originals and select covers.

Rebekah Bevilaqua Kuzma and Joseph Panzetta head up the band with vocals and acoustic guitars.

The duo sing harmonies and trade lead vocals on a mix of songs that runs the gamut from rocking to relaxed.

They are backed up by an ensemble that includes Michael Marcus on bass, Dan Tyack on pedal steel, Wesley Peterson on drums and Tony Mann on piano.

The free show is open to all ages until 11 p.m., then ages 21 and older only.

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