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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!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (June 26 - 29)

posted Jun 24, 2019, 7:41 AM by Matt Gardi

We at the Bowery Station live music emporium and hi-fidelity kitchen of performer centric shows are pleased and excited about this final week of June's line up.  Chalked filled with some of your old time favorites, mixed in with some up and coming acts....

Here we go....

Wednesday, June 26 - We start the week off with the return of Brad Foutch from 7-10pm.  Brad is an extraordinary performer that can light up a stage with his amazingly energetic guitar and heartfelt vocals.  Clearly one of the more talented guitarists in the region, Brad has his own unique style and stage presence as a soloist, and can range his set list to cater to any crowd, all while pushing a high level of energy into every song.  

Thursday, June 27 - The Common Taters return to the Bowery Station with a show from 7-10pm!  These folks have graced the stage since almost the beginning, and always mix it up with a few talented turn-ups for a show that ranges from the dead, to zydeco, to good old americana.  We look forward to seeing their smiling faces take the BS stage once again for an evening with a laid back vibe of top talent!

Friday, June 28 - Fasten your seatbelts as The Ruckus hits the BS stage to raise a little Cain from 7-10pm.  This compilation of Lawrence Bertoli, Matt Law, Steve Henley, Woody Jenkins and Ted Cobena, some of who have made their own name on the BS stage in many forms, are ready willing and able to rock out a Friday in Apalach as they make it known that The Ruckus brings a show of no holds barred good times rockin' from some 60s classics and on through some fun originals....don't say we didn't warn you, this Friday night is going to be a barn burner of a good time!

Saturday, June 29 - The day starts off with rising star George Maddox putting on a show from 3-6pm.  George, bringing his laid back coastal americana style to the stage with a set list of compelling originals and some of your favorite covers, can please any and all generations with his salty shows.  Then, get ready for another lights out performance from none other than the Turkeybasters from 6:30-10pm!  This duo of Melissa Bowman on lead vocals and guitar, matched up with percussionists Tim Dutrow always outdo themselves at every performance.  Legendary on the Forgotten Coast at this point, it is a well know fact to get in early to get a seat... but a seat that is hard to stay in as this power duo lights it up.  What a great way to wrap up a week and a month with what will be sure to be another memorable performance of the Turkeybasters on a Saturday night!

See ya at the shows!  Once again, thank you to all you live music lovers that come in and support the scene at Bowery Station, as without you we could not continue to bring to you the best live music around!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (June 19 - 22)

posted Jun 17, 2019, 9:03 AM by Matt Gardi

Another great week lined up for all you live music enthusiasts... this week is filled with a lot of Apalach favorites....  again, don't forget our new summer hours, Wed - Friday 5pm-10pm, and Saturday, Noon - 10pm!  We have been having some great Saturday afternoons...

Wednesday, June 19 - Bill Pandolfi and Wayne Britt come into town for one of their signature duo performances from 7-10pm.  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!

Thursday, June 20 - Boo Radley returns for an evening 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 ...new 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!

Friday, June 21 - John Sutton returns for an evening performance from 7-10pm.  Many of you may have recently been introduced to John in the battle in the Bowery a few months ago, in which he took on the renowned Bo Spring in a musical match up that will go down in history.  John brings a high energy performance with incredible guitar skills, vocals and ear catching originals.  Bring the whole family and make it out for what will surely be a great night of live music as there are VERY few soloist that we would place on our stage for a Friday night show, but those of you who have seen a John Sutton show know...John rocks the house.

Saturday, June 22 - The day starts off with the guys from Sticky Too hitting the stage for a show from 3-5:30pm.  Tim and Jay can play just about any genre, and can always feel out the crowd to play just the perfect set list.  Either can take a lead with their refined guitar skills, and clearly offer some of the best harmonies around the region, so come on out and get sticky!   Then, rock the night away with the Patrick Road Band from 6:30-10pm.  This blues based rock band is led by a female vocalist that can raise the rafters and get the joint hoppin'.  Male harmony comes from the drummer, who leads on occasion.  PRB joins us from Georgia and have been developing a great local following and always give it their all when they hit the Bowery Station stage!

Come on out, and enjoy a show, or all of them as we at the Bowery Station continue to work hard to provide for you a variety of exceptional talent for your ears and dancing feet to enjoy!!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (June 12- 15)

posted Jun 10, 2019, 8:37 AM by Matt Gardi

Well, we got through some rain last week, but as we like to say, the live music sunshine shone brightly on the Bowery Station stage... and again this week it continues...

Wednesday, June 12 - Rick Ott returns for an evening show from 7-10pm.  Rick loves to masterfully play all the old classics you know and love, and is a musician that loves to share his joy of performing with the crowd as few can play an electric as a soloist with such a great feel. 

Thursday, June 13 - Daniel Parrish is back on the BS stage from 7-10pm for a show of Americana acoustic folk rock, and always shares some great originals.  It has been a while since Daniel has been through town, and we look forward to his unique style and enjoyable vibe gracing the BS stage once again.

Friday, June 14 - Bill Pandolfi returns with special guests Wayne Britt, Neal Goree, and Brett Crook for an evening show from 7-10pm.  All of these musicians are top level talent in the region, who manifest themselves with some of the best performing acts around, so this will be a very special evening as they team up for a show in Apalachicola.  

Saturday, June 15 - Watch out, it's a Saturday of stacked house favorites starting with Clayton Mathis with a show from 3-6pm.  Clayton is an ever evolving showman, who plays a wide variety of Genres, and has the crowd now singing along to his captivating originals.  From Americana, to old country, rock classics, and even a little rap and gospel thrown in for good measure, Mathis puts his spin on each and every tune and it shows by the loyal fan base he has developed.  Then, it's a Saturday night with the Bo Spring Band from 6:30-10pm, as Bo and the gang take us on another odyssey of incredible originals, lights out covers that have the joint jumpin', and all packaged up and delivered by four of the most talented musicians on the Gulf Coast.  It's a going to be a smoking hot summer Saturday at Bowery Station...

Don't forget our new summer hours, Wed - Friday 5pm -10pm, Saturdays Noon-10pm!

See you at the show!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (June 5-8)

posted Jun 3, 2019, 8:40 AM by Matt Gardi

Summer is clearly upon us as we move into June with our summer hours, Wed thru Friday 5-10pm, and Saturdays Noon till 10pm!  As always we have live music planned every day we are open.... including Wednesdays in the summer!

Wednesday, June 5 - Thousand Dollar Hen joins us for a show from 7-10pm.  Thousand Dollar Hen is comprised of talents from local singer/songwriter Ashley Chandler, guitarist Christopher Stahl (of Quitman, GA) and the musical stylings of guitarist Sean Everett (of Mobile, AL). Based out of Tallahassee, FL, this group gravitates toward expressive harmonies and meaningful lyricism. They cover a variety of songs and their original music is inspired by life experiences and is influenced by the works of artists such as the Civil Wars, Wild Rivers and Mandolin Orange. 

Thursday, June 6 - Somebody say... "Awwww Sh**!" as coastal legend Johnny Barbato returns to Bowery Station for one of his signature shows from 7-10pm.  Barbato has been building the live music scene from New Orleans to Mobile to tiny little Apalach for decades, and lays down an intimate but hard hitting blues, rock and americana performance of originals and your favorite covers in his own style that no one else can match.  

Friday, June 7 - Mary Ann Hoffman returns for another lights out performance with her band Garnet & Soul from 7-10pm.   With powerful energy, Garnet & Soul always creates a musician centric environment that captivates the audience and gets the joint jumping.  There was a reason we had Mary Ann and the boys put on a show for this past New Year's eve and we always enjoy when we get them on our stage!

Saturday, June 8 - Here is a fun day, with three acts, made possible by our new summer hours!  First, Savanna Leigh Bassett kicks off the day from 2-4pm.  Savanna, another frequent flying female to grace our stage, puts on a high energy show of contemporary, and pop country with a helping of well composed originals.  Then, long overdue to get back on the BS stage, Sweet Honey Hospitality joins us from Dothan for a gig from 4:30-6:30pm.  A house favorite, this duo of Mike and Malinda bring a show of Americana with a taste of country and folk as they harmonize like few others can do.  Then, back by popular demand, the ladies of Adventures of Annabelle Lyn join us for an evening show from 7-10pm!  Taking folk and americana to a new level through impeccable vocal harmonies, coupled with fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo and stand up bass... the Adventures captivate an audience for the duration of their performances, and we look forward to this one on a Saturday night!

Sunday....heh, heh, heh... sorry we're closed.... new summer hours!  Wed-Fri 5pm-10pm, Saturday, Noon till 10pm.  See you on the beach!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 29 - June 1)

posted May 27, 2019, 6:48 AM by Matt Gardi

This week sees our transition into our summer hours.... starting in June, we are open Wed - Fri from 5-10pm, and Saturday from NOON till 10pm.  We will be closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday until the fall.... so please plan accordingly.

Here is what we have going this week....it's as hot as the weather...

Wednesday, May 29 - Bill Pandolfi and Wayne Britt come into town for one of their signature duo performances from 7-10pm.  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!

Thursday, May 30 - McCall Chapin  and Katareen Mohommed return to the stage for an evening show from 6-9pm.  May has been a month where we have featured the fantastic female performers that have graced our stage and these ladies continue the showcase of top talent.   They are bright stars in the high level of talent in Tallahassee, who not only have an impressive vocals, but can be noted for their well written songs as well.  Come enjoy an evening with the two fantastic ladies.

Friday, May 31 - Continuing on with our tribute to female performers,  the Wailin' Wolves return to the stage from 7-10pm.  Led by notably one of the most dynamic female vocalist around.. Britt Widener!  The  Wailin' Wolves are a popular band that are known to keep people dancing all night long as they offer a guitar led show featuring a tight rhythm section as Brittany leads the vocals ranging from soul shaking raspy blues to modern alternative variations.  Get ready for a hoppin' Friday night.

Saturday, June 1 - SUMMER HOURS BEGIN!  Saturdays we will be open at Noon!  This allow 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 Tyler James Arnold sets up for an afternoon show from 3-6pm.  Tyler puts on a great show of rock, americana and blues with a feel built on his roots in the bayou.  He balances just the perfect amount of sampling to showcase his lead guitar skills that blend in perfectly with the vibe his stage presence creates.  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!

Sunday... closed... yeah, it's summer hours at Bowery Station.

Wed - Fri 5-10pm, Saturday Noon -10pm...  or until the music ends!!

See you at the show!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 22-26)

posted May 20, 2019, 8:01 AM by Matt Gardi

As summer approaches we are making a few changes with our schedule... the first is a suspension of Open Mic until the fall.  The reason being is we are only open 4 days a week in the summer... and we want to keep as many of our musicians busy as we can.  Also, we have the opportunity to catch some great talent during the summer and sometimes it can only occur on a Wednesday as they tour through the area.... and we continue featuring fantastic female performers during the month of May... for example.....

Wednesday, May 22 - We are pleased to have another special performance by Shannon Labrie and Kyshona from 7-10pm.  These ladies graced our stage for a standing room only show in January and we are excited they have made us a part of their tour once again.  Nashville chanteuse Shannon LaBrie defies genre and brings to life insightful stories of a woman who remains true to herself in a life where uncertainty is certain. The Lincoln, NE native instantly became a favorite among music fans and critics alike with her powerful 2016 album War & Peace. With lead singles, "Alcohol," and "It's Political" the independent release reached inside the Top Ten on iTunes, Spotify's US viral chart and Triple A Radio charts. Famed music blogger Bob Lefsetz wrote, “This track affected me. Made me believe like the great singer-songwriters of yore, maybe this woman has something to say. That in this crazy, mixed up, shoot-up world she can illuminate her story and people can relate.” Kyshona has mixed her love of story telling with the sound of her musical roots. Soulful, spiritual, at times guttural, Kyshona delivers an open honesty through her voice and lyrics. Her desire when she is performing is to connect with and take the audience on an emotional, soul stirring, musical journey, and that she did back in January.  Both these ladies captured the audience from their first through their last song, and undoubtedly will do so again.

Thursday, May 23 - Sundowner Motel joins us for a debut from 6-9pm.  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 debut show, so don't miss it.

Friday, May 24 - The Frank Jones Band is coming back to rock Apalachicola for a show from 7-10pm.  Frank riffs a mean guitar, backed by serious keys, harp and a rhythm section that puts the feel in everyone to get up and move!  While some might put him in the Blues/Rock box, Frank and his band have a feel all their own, adding in a little funky soulful vibe and ear catching originals.  This is what Friday nights are made for at Bowery Station! 

Saturday, May 25 - The day starts off with the guys from Sticky Too hitting the stage for a show from 3-5:30pm.  Tim and Jay can play just about any genre, and can always feel out the crowd to play just the perfect set list.  Either can take a lead with their refined guitar skills, and clearly offer some of the best harmonies around the region, so come on out and get sticky!  Then, Bowery Station is pleased to welcome back the TurkeyBasters from 6:30-10pm!  We all need some basting once in a while, and no one is more up to the task than Melissa Bowman and Tim Dutrow, some of the area's most talented live performers!  This duo absolutely raises the rafters every time they step on stage with their energy and talent, sharing their enthusiasm with an eager audience.  Melissa gets the crowd singing along, dancing, and cheering to her commanding vocals and powerful guitar skills, as Tim's impressive time keeps the feet tapping and the hands clappin'!   Followers have developed into a cultesque group of devotees that just love to get basted....come join the cult!  Wow, a chance to get sticky and get basted on the same day!

Sunday, May 26 - Cat Braaten starts off the day with a show from 2:30-5pm.  Cat is a great songwriter as well as vocalist and musician.  She brings out a great feel of Americana and rock, with a soulful presentation.  Then, the now Nashville based... Boo Radley returns for an evening show from 5:30-8:30pm.  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 ...new 850 Americana.  A primarily original show that fans have come to love, this will make for a fantastic Sunday evening for any original live music enthusiast!

Again, what a great week of live music, concentrating on female performers, and some of the best songwriters around... thank you one and all, from performers to you live music enthusiasts that continue to join us in building one of the best live music venues on the Gulf Coast!!!

See you at the shows!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 15-19)

posted May 13, 2019, 7:58 AM by Matt Gardi

This week continues our tribute to female performers during the month of May with some more fantastic female artists lined up...

So how here we go....

Wednesday, May 15 - It's the Last Waltz as BS Open Mic runs from 5-9pm for it's final time of the summer.  As you may know, Bowery Station augments their hours and days of operation in the summer, (Wed - Friday 5pm-10pm, Sat Noon to 10pm, closed Sun-Tue) and therefore there are fewer opportunities to keep our talented musicians working, so we let the pros take over Wednesdays for the summer.  So this Wednesday come on out for the Last Waltz and sing a few songs on the BS stage, all levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated!  BS Open Mic will return in the fall when we once again extend our hours of operation!  Performer tips from this final open mic of the summer will once again benefit the Elder Care Community Council.

Thursday, May 16 -  Sticky Too joins us for a show from 6-9pm.  Tim and Jay can play just about any genre, and can always feel out the crowd to play just the perfect set list.  Either can take a lead with their refined guitar skills, and clearly offer some of the best harmonies around the region, so come on out and get sticky!  

Friday, May 17 -  Cat Braaten and Tom Mason join us for an evening show from 7-10pm. Cat, a proven Apalach favorite that can belt out the tunes with a mix of originals and covers, always gives a lights out performance, but once in a great while she brings along with her Nashville legend Tom Mason.  Tom joins her with intricate guitar riffs, fantastic harmonies, some amazing originals of his own, and on occasion.. even a trombone!!  

Saturday, May 18 - Ashley Feller returns to Bowery Station stage 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!  Then, hold onto your hats as the Bo Spring Band rolls into town for one of their lights out shows from 6:30-10pm.  Few bands put the energy into their shows that Spring and the gang offer, and couple that with some of the best talent the Gulf Coast has to offer and it is always a packed house, roof raisin' evening of live music debauchery! 

Sunday, May 19 - Chill out and relax on a Sunday afternoon of folk, oldtime, and americana.  The day starts with local legend Chris Matechik bringing in his oldtime music with a smile and banjo in hand from 3-5pm.  Chris weaves a little lore and laughter into his shows and is a perfect fit for a Sunday afternoon.  Then, three of the most talented ladies around step on the stage in the form of The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn for a show from 5-8pm.  Taking folk and americana to a new level through impeccable vocal harmonies, coupled with fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo and stand up bass... the Adventures captivate an audience for the duration of their performances. 

Thanks again to all of you that continue to show such great support for the live music scene at Bowery Station, we couldn't present such a talented array of performers without your support.  Come pay tribute this month in particular as we continue to showcase many of the fantastic female performers that have graced our stage!  

See you at the show!

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