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Bowery Station Music Schedule (Sept 18 - 21)

posted Sep 16, 2019, 8:38 AM by Matt Gardi

This week at Bowery Station, we have lined up a mix of some debuts, and some of your old time favorites.  While we always love getting your favorites in, we also strive to bring new faces and talent because as they say... variety is the spice of life!

What do we have this coming week?  Glad you asked.

Wednesday, Sept 18 - DEBUT ALERT!  Jeff White joins us on the Bowery Station stage for his first show at BS from 6-9pm.  White has been a veritable beach bum since his birth in Florida where he grew up in a small island community. The island experience is imbued in his soul and it is conspicuous in his music. Proficient on bass, guitar, keys, drums and percussion, White credits such influences as Sublime, Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder, Sam Cooke, Jack Johnson, Barrington Levy and Paul Simon. No neophyte to touring, he has delighted audiences with his brand of “acoustic roots soul” in 47 U.S. states, several Central and South American countries and many Caribbean islands including St. Thomas where he is now based.

Thursday, Sept 19 - Bill Pandolfi and Wayne Britt come into town for one of their signature duo performances from 6:30-9:30pm.  Bill and Wayne can cover just about any genre, and both can make their guitars sing as they love getting on stage and sharing their talents.  These two guys have played guitar together since they were kids, and it shows in the way they perform as a duo!

Friday, Sept 20 - The Living Street are back in town to put on a show from 7-10pm!  These guys rocked it out the last couple of winters for packed house shows, joining us from Pittsburgh, PA, as they quickly drew a crowd and held it with their high energy performance.  Compared by the audience to The Currys and The Highbeams, The Living Street have a great sound of their own that commands attention.  They have earned the Shakin' Shannon Seal of Approval!!

Saturday, Sept 21 - Keal Franklin returns to our stage for a day show from 3-5:30pm.  Keal, has played the stage of the The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, and is a prolific songwriter who puts on a show of both new and old themed country and americana while maintaining his own style.  Then, watch out as we have another DEBUT ALERT!  BIG DADDY & RED HOT JAVA is bringing their ministry of music out for their first BS stage performance from 6:30-10pm.  A sizzling brew played somewhere between Big Daddy’s hometown of Chicago and his adopted musical home of New Orleans.  The Chicago Tribune calls Big Daddy & Red Hot Java, “a delicious concoction of caffeine infused Blues!” says, “Big Daddy & Red Hot Java is fronted by three hundred pounds of heavenly joy and backed by a tight as a gnat’s booty rhythm section.”  World Blues Review exclaims “Big Daddy & Red Hot Java’s patented ministry of booty quakin’ soul shakin’ Blues pierces the very core of your soul and then sends you into a wild voodoo dance.”  WWOZ 90.7 FM, New Orleans’ Jazz & Heritage Station,  broadcasts “Big Daddy & Red Hot Java cooks up a wonderful Worldbeat Blues roux peppered with Soul, Funk, R&B, Jazz and Hip Hop.”  Big Daddy & Red Hot Java has toured across the southeast USA, and overseas fifty-six (56) times to twenty-eight (28) countries delighting audiences all along the way.

And finally, it is with heavy hearts that we must share the news with our Bowery Station friends and family of the passing of Bob Fey.  Bob and his wife Paula have been part of the BS family since our inception nearly six years ago, and they have become well known and loved among locals and visitors alike.  Bob has brought much joy to the essence of what we have tried to create in our sleepy little hamlet of Apalachicola and he will be greatly missed.  We trust he is dancing with his cane in a cool juke joint in heaven, and stirring it up as he always liked to do.  RIP Bob!  Our thoughts and prayers are with Paula and the family.

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Sept 11 - 14)

posted Sep 10, 2019, 8:38 AM by Matt Gardi

What a pleasure it was to have the Songwriters join us for Nashville Comes to the Forgotten Coast last weekend, joined by some area talent as well.  Some serious lights out performances.  Also, thanks to everyone that came out for our Sunday Bingo mixed with live music that helped raise thousands of dollars for our Rivertrek 2019 participants, and in turn the Apalachicola Riverkeeper!

It continues as this week showcases some of your favorites from the region in the form of...

Wednesday, Sept 11 - Eric Mason joins us from a show starting at 6:30pm.  Eric has become a fantastic songwriter, but also fits in many of your favorite covers from the Country and Americana genres.  With great guitar skills and powerful vocals, Eric always gives it his all when he hits the stage.

Thursday, Sept 12 - Garnet & Soul joins us for a Thursday show from 6:30-9:30pm.  Mary Ann and the boys have become such a popular regional act that it is hard to get them on the schedule, this month locking them in for a Thursday night!  Notably one of the most dynamic female vocalists around, Mary Ann takes the band on a tour of funk, soul and jazz for an evening that always ends up hoppin'!  

Friday, Sept 13 - Be afraid... be very afraid.  Who better to shake off the Friday the 13th blues than the Bo Spring Band with a show from 7-10pm!  Is there a better way to spend a Friday night on the Forgotten Coast??  I think not.  Bo and the Gang brings out their wide array of originals that have become so well known, and then mix in covers like the Stones like few other bands can do.  From rock to Americana, to their own style of Gulf Coast vibe, the house is always packed... so get in early!

Saturday, Sept 14 - Jerry Thigpen returns with bassist Pete Winter for a Saturday evening show from 6:30-10pm.  Jerry is a master guitarist that loves the blues rock genre, but weaves in his hard hitting originals for his own unique sound.  Always able to showcase the greats like the Beatles and Clapton, Thigpen does it all.  Arguably one of the regions most talented bassist, Pete lays down the back beat to get the crowd up on their feet.  It's always a treat when the the Thigpen train pulls into the station... so join us for a rockin' Saturday night.

Another week of great live music is in store for everyone, so come on in and soak it up!

Once again, thank you to all of you who support the continually developing live music scene at Bowery Station...

See you at the shows!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Sept 4 - 8)

posted Sep 2, 2019, 9:18 AM by Matt Gardi

Happy Fall, y'all!!!  It's exciting to get the wheels back on and start to get some of our favorite acts lined up on stage once again, and this week is a goodun!

Wednesday, Sept 4 - Dylan "Ragpicker" Allen hits us up for a Wednesday evening show from 6:30-9:30pm.  This young talent can, and will do it all.  As a soloist, he is one of the few that can fill the shoes of a full band with his energy, incredible guitar skills and wide ranging set list that can fit any generation and please any crowd.  Dylan always surprises with his contagious energy, and hardly anyone can stop themselves from tapping their feet or getting up and dancing!  Dylan has an incredible vocal range and always finds a way to work percussion into his shows in a one man band show that will surely rock Bowery Station!

Thursday, Sept 5 - Cat Braaten comes on in for a fun Thursday evening from 6:30 - 9:30pm!  Cat, being one of the Forgotten Coasts favorite female vocalists balances her shows between her well written and captivating originals and some of your favorite covers.  Her powerful vocals over the years are one of the reasons that Bowery Station has evolved into the performer centric atmosphere that it is today!

Friday, Sept 6 - It's Act One of "Nashville Comes to the Forgotten Coast!"  This two day event in conjunction with our friends at Fathom's in Carrabelle highlights 6 fantastic singer songwriters from Nashville, three on Friday from 7-10pm, and three on Saturday from 7-10pm.  These performers include: 

Matt Dame 
With a memorable voice that speaks loud, the Nashville music community has sung Dame's praises.  A trademark singers' singer, Matt has been a multiple winner of Demo Vocalist of the year, awarded by songwriters and publishers in Nashville.  Now a sought-after songwriter himself, Dame has penned songs recorded by Tim McGraw, Billy Ray Cyrus, Heartland, Russell Hitchcock (Air Supply), Bluegrass favorite Bradley Walker and more.  Matt was also a top contender on CMT's reality series "Next Superstar" (2010). 

TW Hale
In 1987 T.W. moved to Nashville to continue writing and producing. He has had songs recorded by artists Reba McEntire (Why Haven't I Heard From You), George Jones (Smack Dab In The Middle of Love), Billy Ray Cyrus (Back To Memphis), Gene Watson (Snake In The House), Joe Diffie (A Night To Remember), Randy Travis (I'll Be Right Here Loving You), Martina McBride, Trace Adkins, Rhett Akins, Jeffrey Steele and bluegrass artists Del McCoury and David Parmley among others.
T.W. was featured on a critically acclaimed Discovery Channel episode of the show "The Travelers" where he wrote and produced the hosts of the show on their single "Meant To Be".

Dave Gibson
A master narrator, prolific songwriter and country artist, it’s the writing part that has sustained Gibson’s enviable career.
“I’ve known Dave since my radio days in San Antonio, before I came to Nashville,” says longtime broadcaster and WSM morning man Bill Cody.  “So after 20 years, I’ve watched his wonderful body of work grow to the point he’ll always hold his rightful place among the elite in Nashville’s songwriting community. His talent and hello-old-friend smile and kindness have never wavered.”

Quinn Loggins
Son of Dave Loggins, best known for the song "Please Come To Boston", and member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Quinn Loggins is a second generation singer songwriter. Loggins has had his music featured on TV shows such as "CMT short cuts", "Heartland", and "Bones", as well as writing with and for artists such as Kingbilly, Little Texas, Kal Horde, Australian artists Amber Lawrence, Travis Collins, Victoria Avenue, Tori Darke, and the no 3 Australian single in 2017, "Rope" for Rachel Fahim. Loggins has also penned singles for Katie Armiger "Trail Of Lies" and recently "Want Me Too" for Charlie Worsham, as well as writing the theme song for the 2017/18 Tennessee Titans titled "Welcome To The South" with Trafton Harvey and new country artist, Adam Warner. Loggins writes for Dan Hodges Music. 

Trafton Harvey
Trafton’s musical career began in the early nineties at the Lambda Chi fraternity house on the campus of Florida State University, where he started a three piece band with two fraternity brothers. The band’s success lead to the creation of a six piece, full blown country extravaganza, “The Redneck Mothers”, which became a huge success in the Tallahassee area. They opened for such well-known artists as Trace Adkins and Ty Herndon, and hosted a variety of performances throughout the southeast. 

Keesy Timmer
Keesy Timmer is an American country music songwriter from Washington State, currently residing in Nashville, TN and is a staff writer for Average Joes Entertainment's publishing company Average Zjs Music Publishing.  Keesy has had charting success with Kelsea Ballerini on her world wide hit "Yeah Boy" reaching Gold single status and remaining on the top 40 charts for nine months, including six weeks at top 5.  Keesy is an energetic story teller who loves connecting with his audience. 

Saturday, Sept 7 - While "Nashville Comes to the Forgotten Coast" continues in the evening from 7-10pm, we thought it would be nice to start off the day with a local singer/songwriter of immense talent as well.  We welcome Ashley Feller to the stage for a daytime performance from 3 - 5:30pm.  A regional favorite Ashley has a great set list of covers, but shares her well written originals as well.  She brings a contagious smile to every one of her shows and we are excited to have her return to BS on a weekend that highlights songwriting! 

Sunday, Sept 8 - BINGO! BINGO! BINGO!... and music!  That's right kids... we are having a fun filled afternoon FunRaiser to benefit the Apalachicola Riverkeeper by way of supporting our local participants in RiverTrek 2019!  The event runs from 2-6pm, and features fabulous musicians as well.  Come enjoy great songwriters in the form of Cat Braaten, Roy Ogles, and Brian Bowen, and even a few songs by your host and Bingo Caller, Matt Gardi!  The musicians will be interspersed between rounds of bingo, which will include some amazing prizes donated by generous area businesses and individuals.  Last year's event was a blast and we expect this year's to be even better.  So come on out and support this year's Rivertrek participants, Janine Gedman, Anita Grove and Cait Snyder and in turn the Apalachicola Riverkeeper!  Did I hear BINGO?????

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Aug 30 - Sept 1) We're Baaaaack!

posted Aug 26, 2019, 7:46 AM by Matt Gardi

Well we're kind of back, we're not really back yet, as we are still in the Keys on the tail end of a fantastic vacation... but regardless, this week sees the return of the live music emporium and shindag facilitation factory that Bowery Station has become... say goodbye to the boring nights of watching reruns of I Dream of Genie and Miami Vice wondering how long it will be until you can voyage back out and see some top talent in a venue dedicated to live music in Apalachicola... well the good ol' days will be back in just a few spins of the clock... and it will be better than ever!

Check out what we have lined up coming at you for a fantastic Labor Day weekend!

Friday, August 30 - We lead off the new season as The Naked Water Band takes on opening night and kicks off Labor Day Weekend at Bowery Station from 7-10pm.  Phillip Nelson has graced our stage as a soloist before but on this fine eve he brings out the rest of the boys from Carrabelle to rock Apalachicola on a Friday night.  These guys have become quite a legend on the east side of Franklin County and we are excited to finally get them on our stage.  Put your party shoes on and let's give 'em a great notorious BS welcome!

Saturday, August 31 - The day starts off with the man, the myth, the legend...Mr. John Sutton for a show from 2:30-5:30pm.  Hailing from Nashville, John always puts on a high energy show of ear catching originals that the locals that know him have come to sing along to.  A masterful guitarist, John's enthusiasm is contagious as he hooks the crowd from the first note every time!  Then, packing out the weekend with top talent, we are pleased to have Donovan Chapman back on stage joined by bassist Jeremy Willoughby for a show from 6:30-10pm.  Another fantastic entertainer, Chapman can play just about any genre for any crowd, but his shows are highlighted by his well written originals, centered in a Country feel backfilled by his unique bayou americana that few others can emulate.  Throw Jeremy into the mix and these guys will always light up the venue like few others can.  It was hard to stop them once they got going last time they played, and we are sure these guys will make it a great Labor Day Weekend Saturday night.

Sunday, Sept 1 - (We still really are on summer hours and not open on Sundays but we thought we would make an exception or two such as Labor Day Weekend and the fact we are opening back up)  Slim Fatz is back in business joining us from 3-5pm.  Slim loves to lay down his unique style of blues, in an old time fashion that draws in Slim groupies from hours away!  A man that loves to play and it shows.  Then, catch this man while you can before he heads off on his European Tour... Clayton Mathis joins us for a show from 5-8pm.  Mathis has become well known for his songwriting, but mixes in your favorite covers from myriad of genres that please any audience.  His performance style is perfect for a Sunday afternoon as we get the live music wheels rolling and back on track at Bowery Station.

That's right kids, it's only a matter of days before you can once again join us in our venue designed for live music, for an upcoming season that will be one for the record books!  Thank you again to all of you that have supported us, and our fantastic musicians for almost 6 years now... as we always say, we can't continue to get the great talent on our stage without you, and for that we are eternally grateful. 

But for now... we soak up the last few precious days of summer vacation....and as Buffett says... the weather is here, wish you were beautiful!

ApalachOktoberfest 2019 Friday, October 11 - Sunday, October 13

posted Aug 9, 2019, 7:47 AM by Matt Gardi   [ updated Aug 11, 2019, 5:57 AM ]

Prost! Make your plans now, rooms are filling up!! It is that time of year again as we anxiously await our sixth annual ApalachOktoberfest in conjunction with our friends at Oyster City Brewing Company for three days Friday, October 11 thru Sunday, October 13!  

This year's event will be better than ever, with many of your favorite performers and some new additions to the line up, along with some tasty brews from Oyster City Brewing Company, and German fare provided by The Chowder House all three days.  Friday, October 11th will see the tapping of the golden keg, followed by brewmaster and singer/songwriter Clayton Mathis and the Bo Spring Band.  Saturday, Oct 12 will see John Sutton, Grayson Capps, Cat Braaten, Brian Bowen and Ten Pound Pancake!  

Then the whole shabang of beer, food and music moves down the street to Oyster City Brewing Company where two stages will feature The Currys, Sticky Too, Matt Law and the Usual Suspects, Johnny Barbato and The Krickets!  Get your German garb out, and don't forget as always commemorative liter mugs will be available to fill with delicious OCBC beer all three days!!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Now till Aug 30)

posted Aug 3, 2019, 9:19 AM by Matt Gardi

Live from Geiger Key in the beautiful Florida Keys!

Greetings live music lovers, we send you this short email to remind one and all that Bowery Station, your home for the best live music in Apalachicola is on summer vacation during the month of August.  We look forward to reopening on Aug 30 and starting up another year of unmitigated frivolity!  Remember, great upcoming events include:

Nashville Comes to the Forgotten Coast - Sept 6th & 7th in conjunction with Fathom's of Carrabelle.  More info here!

A seriously great Funraiser for the Apalachicola Riverkeeper on Sunday Sept 8!  Can you say BINGO! ...and live music from local greats.

RichardPalooza 75!!  Tuesday, Sept 17th.  Come celebrate Richard's birthday with Johnny Barbato, and help raise a little money for an ornery ol' coot we all love and adore!  There will be a prize for the best Richard look alike...

Don't forget ApalachOktoberfest in conjunction with our friends at OCBC October 11th, 12th and 13th.  Featuring so many of your favorites including the Currys, the Krickets, and Grayson Capps!

So, recharge, and get ready for a great fall and winter....don't forget our full lineup of live music is available in realtime at!

See you Aug 30th! Until then....

Bowery Station Music Schedule (July 23 - 27)

posted Jul 22, 2019, 9:58 AM by Matt Gardi

Well here we are coming into our last week of the season before we take our summer break during the month of August, we are excited about break, but we also very excited about this week's lineups.

First, for a little odd tidbit...

Paddy's Raw Bar, Tuesday, July 24 -  Matt Gardi is very excited to have the opportunity to be playing Paddy's Raw Bar this Tuesday July 23 from 6-10pm! I am blessed to be playing the stage that has been graced by so many great performers. Come on out for some ice cold beers, the best sunset on the island and let me make a racket for you!

Wednesday, July 25 - Unfortunately the Turkeybasters have had to cancel, their stead we offer a civic event in the form of....   an Apalachicola Candidate Forum.  You are invited to attend a Candidate Forum on Wednesday, July 24, from 6-8pm at Bowery Station in Apalachicola. Doors open at 5pm.  This positive and informative event will be a chance for voters to meet the candidates running in Apalachicola's upcoming elections on September 3.

Thursday, July 26 - Booooooooo!   That's right, Boo Radley returns for a show from 7-10pm.  One of the finest duos to play the Southeast, Patty and Michael combine their voices for intense harmonies accompanied by Michael's incredible guitar arrangements for a performance of their own style of what has become know as 850 Americana.  A primarily original show that fans have come to love, this will make for a fantastic Thursday evening for any original live music enthusiast!  Also, we intend to capture some video at this show, and would love to see a lot of smiling faces in the crowd as there always is, so come be part of the fun!

Friday, July 26 - Two Foot Level returns for a show from 7-10pm.  Two Foot Level is a band from Tallahassee, Fl. whose music could be described as a blend of Folk, Bluegrass, Rock, Americana, and Funky goodness.  Bandmembers Jason McMillan, Todd Bevis, Ross Beck, Ruben Fields, and Dillon Bradley-Brown combine some of the top talent in Tally to make for an unforgettable evening!

Saturday, July 27 - How do we wrap up a summer of piping hot live music.... well with some of your markedly favorite acts, that's how.  The day starts with the man, the myth, the legend....singer/songwriter/comedian/Brewmaster Clayton Mathis playing one of his signature shows from 3-6pm.  Clayton brings home the americana sound, but doesn't stop there as he spans genres with his own style, while mixing in his thought provoking and engaging originals.  Then, what will surely be one roof raising evening, the Bo Spring Band joins us for a show from 6:30-10pm.  We all know and love this gang for the shows they have shared with us over the years, and each one seems to outdo the previous.  From their own songs known well by the eager crowd, to their powerful renditions of your favorite covers, the Bo Spring Band is undoubtedly a house and Apalachicola favorite. 

August - Nap time...ZZZZZZZZZZZZ.... we reopen Friday, August 30th!!  Thank you all for another great season of the best live music in Apalachicola!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (July 17 - 20)

posted Jul 15, 2019, 7:41 AM by Matt Gardi

As always, we at the Bowery Station live music emporium and house of joy strive to bring new and exciting acts to your hungry ears, and to that end we have a week of new BS debuts (melded of some familiar talents) lined up for you live music enthusiasts.

Here is who we are welcoming to the BS stage for their first time this week....

Wednesday, July 17 - Solesse joins us for a show from 7-10pm.  Solesse is a trio based out of Tallahassee featuring the writings and vocals of Mary Ann Hoffman of Garnet and Soul and Craig Daniel Hardin. Neal Goree brings the songs to life on guitar. Mary lends a soulful edge that compliments the Alt-Country flair brought by Neal and Craig.  We look forward to an original based show, and what these talents offer in the incarnation of Solesse!

Thursday, July 18 - The Good Little Chickens roll into town for a show from 7-10pm.  This act is a rising star in the region that is a band with a piping hot horn section that plays all kinds of music from funk, blues, motown, jazz and pop!  The youths are top talents that collectively put on a show to be remembered and combine for a high energy, fun performance whenever they step on the stage.  We are excited about having these guys debut on a Thursday night in Apalachicola.

Friday, July 19 - Revival is coming to Apalachicola for their first show at Bowery Station from 7-10pm.  We have been looking forward to this compilation of well known talents hitting our stage for a while.  Revival is packed full of your favorite talents from other acts, led by the dynamic locals of Avis Berry.  Drawing from the rich traditions of old-fashioned rock 'n' roll, blues, and gospel, Revival's mission is to perform music that nourishes and rejuvenates the human soul. This is what Avis Berry sought to do when she reached out to Jeff Davis and Dillon Bradley-Brown, former band-mates in Black Cat Bones. Together they reimagined a new union among local musicians and friends, inviting Chris Skene, Lyndon Thacker, and Allijah Motika to join the group. With soaring vocals and guitar, rich harmonies, and a sinewy, laid-back rhythm section, the group crafts a dynamic and beautiful soundscape intended to uplift and inspire.

Saturday, July 20 - The day starts off with singer/songwriter Ashley Feller performing from 3-5:30pm.  A regional favorite Ashley has a great set list of covers, but shares her well written originals as well.  She brings a contagious smile to every one of her shows and we are excited to have her back on the Bowery Station stage for what will be a great afternoon of music.  Then, while having his debut on the BS stage, this next showman is no stranger to performing.  Donovan Chapman joins us for an evening performance from 6:30-10pm. 
Donovan has had numerous originals that have charted on Billboard's Hot Country, but also plays a wide variety of genres and covers.  A masterful guitar player, with a rich voice, Chapman excels at performing for the audience in front of him.  This is sure to be a great Saturday night, and we are very excited about getting this top talent onto the BS stage, as we feel he will be an example of exactly what our stage was built for, continuing to accentuate the performer centric vibe of what Bowery Station has come to be!

Once again, thank you all of you that continue to support our efforts to bring to you the best live music around.  As stated earlier, this week exemplifies our efforts to bring new acts to the stage, while continuing to keep your favorites in the rotation as well!   See you at the show!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (July 10 - 13)

posted Jul 8, 2019, 8:08 AM by Matt Gardi

OK, you live music lovin' groupies...we got some great talent slaving over a hot microphone on stage at Bowery Station coming your way as this is a week of all time familiar favorites from start to finish!

Wednesday, July 10 - The now legendary local great Clayton Mathis is ready to put on one of his signature performances from 7-10pm.  Clayton lays down a set list so varied, but with his own style that is entirely enjoyable by any audience.  From old country, to americana, to gospel, to a bit of acoustic rap, Mathis also mixes in some thought provoking originals all wrapped up in a lighthearted irreverence.  Few can put on such a fun and talented show, that defines a performer centric environment that we all love at Bowery Station.  Mathis defines the BS vibe!

Thursday, July 11 - Come on in and get Sticky, as Sticky Too joins us for a show from 7-10pm.  Tim and Jay proudly carry their honorary Oyster Republic passports as they have melded with the community in so many ways!  These guys are arguably some of the best guitarists and vocalists to hit the stage, and play your favorites covers along with some great originals, all with superb harmony while trading licks on the six string.  The Sticky Too groupies will be out in force so get in early for a seat and get STICKY!

Friday, July 12 - The "familiar favorite" theme continues as Garnet & Soul is ready to light up a Friday night from 7-10pm!  Mary Ann Hoffman is a powerful female vocalist that throws herself into every song, while the band backs her to push a high energy show out into the crowd.  Lyndon leads the band through tight arrangements of almost every genre, and pushes a great set of keys into the mix, especially on the funk and soul tunes.  Garnet & Soul will definitely have the joint jumpin' this Friday night, so come on out and shake yer bootie!

Saturday, July 13 - Tyler James Arnold is ready to rock a Saturday afternoon from 3-6pm.  Tyler is a top talent with a developing fan base who plays a fantastic set list of new americana, southern rock, your older classics, and all with a feel and flavor of his bayou origins.  He masterfully lays down just the right amount of sampling that back his intricate heartfelt leads, and all with a passion for performing.  This dedicated guy played through last months monsoon and had his show cut short when the whole town flooded, so we are excited to get the full helping of TJA this Saturday afternoon....all with new tarps on the roof too!  Then, folks and fans... the Frank Jones Band is back to shoot out the lights on a Saturday in Apalachicola with one of their high energy shows from 6:30-10pm.  These guys rule when it comes to blues rock, as the crowd has come to love their originals as much as their covers.  Frank leads the show, but the talent behind him is top notch and accented by Clyde on harp and keys.  As we said this is a week packed with familiar favorites, so get in early as the Frank Jones Band always packs the house and makes for a night to be remembered! 

Thanks again to everyone who comes out and supports our live music scene at Bowery Station.  Without you, we would not be able to bring the incredible level of talent we all enjoy to our stage...  see you at the shows!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (July 3 - 6)

posted Jul 1, 2019, 6:41 AM by Matt Gardi

July kicks off with Apalachicola's Independence Day Celebration on Wednesday July 3, but the whole month is a fireworks show of explosive live music!

Wednesday, July 3 - Bluesman Scotty McCormick starts off the day with a show from 3-6pm.  Scotty has been compared to the likes of Joe Cocker and is making his debut on the BS stage for the big day.  Then LOCOMOTIVE pulls into Bowery Station for a show from 6:30-11 with a pause for the fireworks!  You have seen these talents compiled in other groups on the BS stage before, such as 10 Pound Pancake and Hightest, and they are ready to light up our Independence Day Celebration!  It surely will be an evening to remember so come join us July 3!

Thursday, July 4 - CLOSED.  See you on SGI as they will be celebrating our Independence in Grand Fashion!

Friday, July 5 - Sundowner Motel joins us for a fun Friday with a show from 7-10pm.  Americana folk that is hard to classify, Sundowner Motel crosses genre boundaries with songs that ache with the intimacy of life, grit and blessing alike, all wrapped in tone, melody and harmony. It Sounds like a place where one can go to feel sinless and strong. Described as a mixture between Warren Haynes and the Indigo Girls, Sundowner Motel is a refreshingly pure blend of Americana, Alt-country and folk. This will be a great return visit by this duo, so don't miss it.

Saturday, July 6 - Remember on Saturdays we open at Noon!  This allows for a day full of great live music.  We start with Slim Fatz from 1-3pm.  Slim brings in his growling blues with his own unique style, and always has his band of Slim groupies in tow!!  Then, Savanna Leigh Bassett returns for one of her dynamic performances from 3-5:30pm.  Savanna, another frequent flying female to grace our stage, puts on a high energy show of contemporary, and pop country with a good helping of well composed originals.  Then, hold onto you hats as the Jerry Thigpen Trio is bringing the rock and blues train into town for a show from 6:30-10pm.  Well written originals are mixed in with your favorites from the Beatles to the blues... so come on out for a show that is sure to have the joint jumpin!  We missed these guys last month on the day Apalachicola was flooded and all the businesses shut down, so we know they, along with us are looking forward to very special night with the Trio at Bowery Station, your home for the best live music in Apalachicola!

The summer continues to get warmer, and the live music continues to be piping hot... thanks again for your support!

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