To receive weekly music updates via email, click here!
If you are a musician and are interested in performing at Bowery Station, 
please fill out our convenient information form by clicking here!
*Please note that while Bowery Station's mailing and "maps" address is 131 Commerce, our entrance is at 15C Avenue F.


Bowery Station Music Schedule (Jan 17 - 21)

posted Jan 15, 2018, 10:06 AM by Matt Gardi

What an outstanding past week, highlighted by the efforts of Brian Bowen, Cat Braaten and Bo Spring as they put on one of the most incredible shows ever at Bowery Station at their John Prine Tribute night!  We hope to work with this trio for similar events in the future, so stay tuned.

But as always, the road goes on forever and the party never ends...

Wednesday, Jan 17 - Jeffrey Thomas is ready to kick off the week from 3:30-5:30.  Jeffrey loves to put on a show of rock n' roll and southern rock with great guitar riffs and a voice built for the stage.  Then BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of January we will be supporting the SGI Cat Allies, an organization run by Cathy Buell that works diligently to spay and neuter feral cats in Apalachicola and on St. George Island.

Thursday, Jan 18 - Garnet and Soul are set to bring Apalach their soulful jazzy vibe from 6-8:30pm on the BS stage as we continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays.  Mary Ann Hoffman's vocals range from sultry to sensational as she is backed by brass and keys for a performance that always captivates the audience.  Garnet and Soul create a sound that pleases any generation and keep you tapping your feet all night long.

Friday, Jan 19 - Joining us from South Carolina for his debut at Bowery Station, singer/songwriter Sonny Fields takes on a Friday afternoon from 3-5pm.  Sonny offers a mix of blues, country, shag, southern rock, and soul with an accent on originals.  Then, get ready for a roof raisin' night of live music jubilee as the Bo Spring Band is set to put on one of their signature shows from 7-10pm.  Known regionally as some of the top talent the Gulf Coast can offer, Bo, Lauren, Tim and Randon put their soul into every song and it shows!

Saturday, Jan 20 - Tyler James Arnold returns for a Saturday afternoon from 3-5pm.  Tyler is a talented guitarist with vocals and a set list that can cover any genre but centers on Delta Blues, jazz, folk, and americana.  Subtle sampling allows him to tear up the fret board when needed, and tear it up he does.  Then, back by immense popular demand, The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn takes the stage from 6:30-9:30.  This trio of ladies put on a show of Acoustic, Original, Bluegrass, Folk, Blues and Swing music played on guitar, violin, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, double bass and the most amazing lady harmonies.  One of the most sought after acts on the Gulf Coast, as they will be opening for America in Panama City later this month....Bowery Station is honored to have these ladies, and the talent they share, grace our stage once again.

Sunday, January 21 - Dothan's Dave Dale is back in the Bowery for his show of rock, classics, and country with side order of blues and oldies from 4-8pm.  Distinguished by his joy of performing, and crowd pleasing set list, Dave always makes Bowery Station his home for the evening as he welcomes guests young and old.

That, my friends, is a fantastic week of the best in live music that you will find on the Gulf Coast.  Thank you for your continued support of our efforts in bringing diverse talent, dynamic performers and unmitigated joyful frivolity to our humble music venue, Apalachicola, and the Forgotten Coast!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Jan 10-14)

posted Jan 8, 2018, 4:26 PM by Matt Gardi

Strap in and please keep your hands and arms inside the vehicle during the ride to avoid injury.... it's going to be a wild week of live music and event driven goodness as only Bowery Station and Apalachicola can deliver!

Here's what we got headin' your way.....

Wednesday, Jan 10 - BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of January we will be supporting the SGI Cat Allies, an organization run by Cathy Buell that works diligently to spay and neuter feral cats in Apalachicola and on St. George Island.

Thursday, Jan 11 - Get ready for a day of the oldtime classics!  Frank Lindamood is back at Bowery Station for a show from 3-5pm.  Few can play the oldies like Frank, and few have the story behind the song as he does.  Then, who better to follow Frank for the old time feel, but Chris and Haden of the Flathead Stringband!  These guys take the stage with their banjo, mandolin, guitar and well sung bluegrass and oldies from 6-8:30pm.  Toes tappin' and hands a clappin' are the signature of the day!  Suspenders available at the door!

Friday, Jan 12 - Natalie Gaza makes her debut on the BS stage from 3-5:30pm.  If you haven't heard of this rising talent, you will!  Singer/Songwriter Natalie Gaza infuses powerful introspective lyrics with a unique folk/rock americana musical energy. Her multi-layered song structure and skilled guitar work deliver a memorable listener experience.  Coming from stages such as the House of Blues in Chicago, Natalie is a show you do not want to miss.  Then, for a real special treat of a Friday evening, Bowery Station is pleased to present a Tribute to John Prine with special hosts, Brian Bowen, Cat Braaten, and Bo Spring.  An evening honoring one of the most significant songwriters of our time, performed by three of the most gifted songwriters/performers that grace our Forgotten Coast will truly be remarkable.  The Tribute runs from 7-10pm, we expect an overflow crowd so plan accordingly.  We are honored to have these three talents join forces at one time on our BS stage.

Saturday, Jan 13 - First, it's Oyster Cook-Off in Apalachicola, so come out and enjoy a plethora of events all day long across town!  Start off with a 5K Road race starting at 8pm in front of the Grady Market to benefit the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Dept.  All entrants can bring their bib back to Bowery Station for a free OCBC beer!  We are very excited to have Sarah Moranville on stage from 2-5pm, providing us with her sultry voice and dynamic guitar during the afternoon, then the evening lights up with the Jerry Thigpen Trio from 6:30-9:30pm.  Get ready to shoot the lights out and dance the night away to one of the best blues based rock and roll bands on the Gulf Coast!  It's going to be a big day in town... but a hugenormass one at Bowery Station.

Sunday, Jan 14 - Get your country dancing shoes on, because Bowery Station is pleased to welcome Bo and Pat Phillips out for an afternoon of Country Western Dance instruction.  These two professional instructors have a history of instructing Country Western Dancing and making it a fun enjoyable experience. The fun runs from 2:30-4pm, get your boots tuned up!  Then Melissa Bowman hits the stage from 4:30-8pm for another one of her dynamic performances.  Melissa, one of the famed Krickets is ready to join us for a Sunday evening, and one of her signature performances.

We apologize in advance for your expected exhaustion, but hey, it's what we do at Bowery Station... bake the best live music cake we can then top it all off with the thickest coat of frivolity icing we can...   damn the party poopers... the fun goes on and on.... let us all eat cake!! 

Gid D  Yup!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Jan 3 - 7)

posted Jan 2, 2018, 10:31 AM by Matt Gardi

Happy New Year one and all!  As we at the Bowery Station Center for Debauchery and Archaic Frivolity diligently work to put the pieces back together after a rip roarin' New Year's Eve celebration, we are also exited about another year of great live music on the BS stage.

So how do we start off another year you ask?  Here is some of the best, and a few we haven't seen in a while.

Wednesday, Jan 3 - BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of January we will be supporting the SGI Cat Allies, an organization run by Cathy Buell that works diligently to spay and neuter feral cats in Apalachicola and on St. George Island.

Thursday, Jan 4 - OK, Jazz enthusiasts, here is one for you to truly make Thursdays the New Fridays.  Emmaline with the West of Staley Trio are back in Apalachicola on the Bowery Station stage from 6-8:30pm.  Those of you who were fortunate enough to catch their performance the first time they came through know that this is an act you don't want to miss.  Emmaline Campbell (vocals/violin) is a sophomore at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. As a member of a musical family, Emmaline has been surrounded by creative performers her entire life. Emmaline has played violin with professional orchestras in her home state of Indiana, but it is Emmaline’s gorgeous, stunning vocals, reminiscent of Amy Winehouse, that mesmerize and captivate audiences.  Backed by the immensely talented West of Staley, this will be an evening to remember.

Friday, January 5 - Tommy Cooper starts off the day from 3-5.  This emerging home grown talent brings a unique style and diversity to his shows and set list.  Then, Sticky Tea is in the house from 6:30-9:30pm.  We recently enjoyed the duo, as Tim and Jay rocked a Saturday afternoon recently, but this performance with the full band will make for a jumping Friday night.  From country to rock, to southern classics, these guys do it all as the crowd begs for more.

Saturday, January 6 - Melissa Bowman returns for a Saturday afternoon from 3-5:30pm.  A house favorite, Melissa has delighted crowds throughout the years on the BS stage with her powerful and dynamic vocals and stage presence.  The rock the night away with the Patrick Road Band from 6:30-9:30pm.  This blues based rock band is led by a female vocalist that can raise the rafters and get the joint hoppin'.  Joining us from Georgia, they lit up Apalach back in September and are excited about doing it again!

Sunday, January 7 - It's First Sunday! (Sans Tacos :( ) But that doesn't mean it won't be a great Sunday of diverse live music.  The day starts off at 2pm, as Gill Autrey entertains with some classical guitar, and periodic commentary till 2:30.  Then, the man, the myth the legend....Slim Fatz steps onto the stage for a set of his growlin' low down blues from 2:30-4:30pm.  But it isn't over yet, as Matt Law, a talent that can play any genre well,  hits the stage from 5-8:30pm.

2017 was a great year for the live music enthusiast, and we expect 2018 only to get that much better.  Join us at your home for great live music in Apalachicola... Bowery Station.

Merry Christmas and Happy Bowery Station Music Schedule Through New Year's!

posted Dec 25, 2017, 5:09 AM by Matt Gardi

Merry Christmas one and all, we hope this week's music schedule update finds you safe, warm and secure with family, friends and pets!  Below is a Reader's Digest condensed version of our music update through the end of the year.  Remember, that if you ever would like to find out who is playing the Bowery Station Stage our music calendar is available online in real-time here!

OF NOTE: WE ARE OPEN ON THIS TUESDAY!

Tuesday, Dec 26 - Clayton Mathis 3-5pm, Cat Braaten and Tom Mason from 6-9pm

Wednesday, Dec 27 - Charlie Sawyer 3-5pm, Open Mic 6-8ish

Thursday, Dec 28 - LD Hatfield 3-5pm, Turkey Basters from 6-9pm

Friday, Dec 29 - Savanna Leigh Bassett 3-5pm, Six String South 6:30-9:30pm.

Saturday, Dec 30 - Sticky Too 3-5pm, Hightest 6:30-9:30pm.  (Also, Come join us for Abby Iggy's "Goin' Away" party during the Hightest show as she departs for Nashville!)

Sunday, Dec 31 - HAPPY NEW YEARS! Sarah Moranville 3-6pm, Johnny Barbato and the Lucky Doggs 8-12:05!

That's it for now, once again Merry Christmas and may your New Year be filled with joy, prosperity, live music, and heaps of BS!

Your Friends at Apalachicola's Home of Live Music,   Bowery Station.

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Dec 20 - 23)

posted Dec 18, 2017, 9:34 AM by Matt Gardi

This week brings us into an abbreviated schedule as we await Santa's arrival on Sunday evening.  Normally we are closed on Monday and Tuesday, however this week we will close on Sunday, Christmas eve, and Monday, Christmas day!  

It's a short week, but agoodun!

Wednesday, Dec 20 - BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of December we will be supporting the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department.

Thursday, Dec 21 - The Currys are back on stage at Bowery Station from 6-9pm.  These three harmonizers please any generation with their well written, and immaculately played originals that range in tempo and intensity.  Bowery Station always fills up when these guys hit the stage, as the room fluctuates between a listening room and dance hall environment.  Get in early to get a good seat for what will prove to be another memorable evening with The Currys.

Friday, Dec 22 - The Rick Ott Band joins us for a rockin' Friday evening from 6:30-9:30pm.  Rick and the boys always make for a great show of your favorite rock and roll classics.  A group packed with some of the best talent in the region, these guys always love to play and their energy fills the house through each and every song.

Saturday, Dec 23 - Cierra Skye, the lead singer from Syrrup, joins us for an afternoon show from 3-5pm.  Cierra is a remarkable female vocalist that captures the room with her jazzy yet haunting voice.  What we are dubbing, Syrrup Lite will be the perfect opening act for the Bill Pandolfi Trio who follow from 6:30-9:30.  The trio, while clearly blues masters, play a wide variety of music genres from oldies, to contemporary, to jazzy classics.  It's going to be a great Saturday evening with Bill and the boys.

Sunday, Dec 24 - Closed for Christmas eve!
Monday, Dec 25 - Closed for Christmas!

Here is a quick outlook for the following week as Bowery Station launches into our live music all day format!!

Tuesday, Dec 26 - Clayton Mathis 3-5pm, Cat Braaten and Tom Mason from 6-9pm

Wednesday, Dec 27 - Charlie Sawyer 3-5pm, Open Mic 6-8ish

Thursday, Dec 28 - LD Hatfield 3-5pm, Turkey Basters from 6-9pm

Friday, Dec 29 - Savanna Leigh Bassett 3-5pm, Six String South 6:30-9:30pm.

Saturday, Dec 30 - Sticky Too 3-5pm, Hightest 6:30-9:30pm

Sunday, Dec 31 - HAPPY NEW YEARS! Sarah Moranville 3-6pm, Johnny Barbato and the Lucky Doggs 8-12:05!

What a great way to close out the year at Bowery Station, your home for great live music in Apalachicola!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Dec 13 - 17)

posted Dec 11, 2017, 7:10 AM by Matt Gardi

Well, how 'bout that cold snap?? There only seems to be one way to get warm, and that is to get into Bowery Station and soak up some of the piping hot live music that has been lifting the rafters here in Apalachicola.

What fuel are we throwing on the fire this week to keep you warm?  Strange you should ask....

Wednesday, Dec 13 - BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of December we will be supporting the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department.

Thursday, Dec 14 - Flathead Stringband brings their jumpin' oldtime bluegrass out for a fun evening from 6-8:30pm.  The happiest duo of performers known to the live music scene, Chris and Haden bring energetic guitar, banjo, mandolin and fiddle for a show that always gets the crowd involved.  Get you suspenders snapped on for a night of foot stompin' fun!

Friday, Dec 15 - Matt Gardi and the Monotone Nun Band start off the day from 4-6pm.  Gardi, the subject more of ridicule than appreciation during his shows, is the type of performer that makes all the other acts look great and knows how to get the "stop playing" tip bucket filled to the brim. (But hey, someday he will be able to say he opened for the incredible act destined for stardom that follows...)  Ten Pound Pancake is back in the Bowery from 7-10pm.  No one turns up the heat like Eric, Bill and the boys as they take you on a tour of funk, soul, groove and rock n' roll that lights Apalachicola on fire.  Please, no dancing on the roof again!

Saturday, Dec 16 - Tyler Arnold kicks off Saturday from 3:30-5:30pm.  Taylor debuts at BS with a style that emulates his roots from Louisiana of Delta Blues, jazz, folk, and americana.  Apalach will eat this talent up, and we made a special effort to find a slot to get him into our scene as soon possible.  Of note...he has the Melissa Bowman stamp of approval...and Melissa has never steered us wrong.  Then, get on the train bound for jam city as the Jerry Thigpen Trio is ready to rock out an Apalach Saturday night from 6:30-9:30.  Great originals, and well chosen covers performed by clearly three of the most talented musicians to grace our stage.  Bring out your dancing galoshes for a winter night made for hot music.

Sunday, Dec 17 -  Boooooooo!  Michael and Patty of Boo Radley join us for a great Sunday from 5-8pm.  You know it's going to be an evening of well written originals, impeccable vocal harmonies, and intricate guitar all wrapped up in a jovial performance by two of the most giving and sincere people on the face of the earth.  Their following has been described as a cult, as the stories their songs tell take the listener on a journey from tears to laughter.  There is no better way to spend a Sunday evening in the fine community that Apalachicola is. 

All this is leading up to our New Year's Eve celebration with Johnny Barbato and the Lucky Doggs, SPAM Cook-Off 2018 and a whole new year of great live music....come warm your toes in the hot springs stage that the BS stage has become...

Don't forget our online music schedule is available in real time at www.Bowerystation.us.

See you at the gig!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Dec 6 - 10)

posted Dec 4, 2017, 1:44 PM by Matt Gardi

Greetings live music lovers!  The town is still abuzz after last Thursday's showing of Brody Buster, the award winning solo performer, that lit up the town.  We appreciate so many of you that follow our emails and Facebook posts informing you of both new acts, and popular mainstays and for all of you that help spread that word, and show your appreciation as you did last Thursday night!  That effort, and support was noticed by Brody and he can't wait to return to Apalachicola and Bowery Station.

Let's check out this week's line up....

Wednesday, Dec 6 - BS Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of December we will be supporting the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department.

Thursday, Dec 7 - Welcome back the Highbeams from 6-9pm as we strive to make Thursdays the New Fridays.   These three brothers with true passion for music play their own brand of emotive, high-energy Folk Rock and do a three part harmony with percussion and solid guitar riffs through a set list that almost everyone in the room finds themselves singing along to.  They bring with their energy a clear joy of hitting the stage that permeates the crowd.  There recent performance on stage at the Waterfront festival before the Krickets showed they clearly are in the same category with other high level performers!

Friday, Dec 8 - Belle and the Band are back from 7-10pm.  Suncoast Emmy® wining Belle and The Band combines masterful song-writing with instrumental prowess to deliver an acoustic sound that is thought provoking, melodic, and memorable. While Kathryn Belle Long's many years experience as a professional vocalist and Walt Disney World performer has seamlessly transferred into prolific song-writer, the "Band" also includes some of Florida's most recognized and accomplished acoustic musicians -- Mickey Abraham, Kevin Robertson, and Mike Snelling. The results are meaningful songs with layered arrangements. Woven into their songs' worldly themes and eclectic sounds exists a clean pop sensibility, which explains why listeners easily fall in love with Belle and The Band. 

Saturday, Dec 9 - Johnny Barbato is out on the town for an evening of BS fun from 6:30-9:30pm.  From slide, to americana, Johnny always takes the crowd on a trip down story teller lane...Bowery Station is always blessed to have this Floribama cornerstone join us....so someone say..."Aww Sh**!"

Sunday, Dec 10 - Dothan's Dave Dale returns to Bowery Station from 4-8pm for an evening of Rock and Country.  One heck of a nice guy, and one great musician, Dave loves to entertain and always makes for a great afternoon.

Now that's a fun week of music in Apalachicola, thank you to all of you for your support of our venue, and our musicians.  None of this would be possible without you!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Nov 29 - Dec 3)

posted Nov 26, 2017, 9:25 AM by Matt Gardi

The cold clutches of winter's grasp reach for us in the darkness, as it's icy tentacled fingers extend to put a chill through our very souls....well That's BS!  Bowery Station is heating up the Forgotten Coast with some piping hot music and proudly do our part to resist the onset of this brisk season....

Check out this week's fuel for the fire....

Wednesday, Nov 29 - BS Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of November we would like to help out our friends at the Panhandle Players, who are working diligently to provide the area with a great new auditorium to host their plays and other performances.

Thursday, Nov 30 - Brody Buster makes his debut on the Bowery Station stage from 6-8:30pm as we continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays.  Brody Buster is a blues and rock musician from Lawrence, KS.  He's a former child prodigy and was featured on countless TV shows growing up including the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Dateline, Crook & Chase, and the Jon Stewart Show.  Even Baywatch Nights and Full House showcased Brody's talents.  He's shared the stage with Quincy Jones, Keb Mo, Chaka Kahn, Lee Oskar and was a regular performer at B.B. King's Blues Club.  Brody's performed with B.B. several times and King was once quoted as saying, "Despite his age, Brody Buster is one of the greatest harmonica players of our time."  Brody's awards and accolades include - 2017 International Blues Challenge (IBC), "Best Harmonica Player" - 2017 International Blues Challenge (IBC), Second Place, Solo/Duo.  Come find out what a real harmonica player sounds like!

Friday, Dec 1 - We love this duo on a Friday night, Savanna Leigh Bassett joins Josh Watson for a show from 7-10pm.  Savanna is powerful female performer on her own and was a featured artist at Chickfest 2017, but when you put her together on stage with Josh, these two can really drive it home.  A set list that covers Country, rock, americana and well written originals, with hard driving acoustic guitars, it will be a pleasure to have these folks light up an Apalach Friday! 

Saturday, Dec 2 - Tommy Cooper kicks off the day from 3-5pm.  This rising local star has developed a well rounded set list of covers and originals, and uses his wide vocal range to add flair to just about any song.  He's a hard working troubadour, with a joy of entertaining.  Then, get ready for some serious BS face melting, as the Bo Spring Band returns from 6:30-9:30pm.  Bo and the gang command attention with their powerful, yet soulful performances that keep the crowd jumping all night long.  A band built for the venue that is Bowery Station, it's always one of the best nights of the month when these cats light it up!

Sunday, Dec 3 - FIRST SUNDAY ALERT!!  That's right kiddos, our new diverse and developing event has been making the first Sunday of every month kick in the Historic Bowery District. That means music and food!  It starts with the infamous Gill Autrey playing a short set of classical at 2pm as he weaves information about the composers into his show.  We then transition into Slim Fatz for a set of blues and oldies in his signature style from 2:30-4:30.  Then, we have locked Matt Law in to close out the day from 5-8:30pm.  We all know Matt can and will do it all from the Blues, 50's..60's...any era you name it.  Top it off with his originals and we're talking arguably one of the best solo performers on the Gulf Coast.  We would be remiss not to mention it is also FIRST SUNDAY'S TACO NIGHT!  Ramon will be cooking some of his signature Tacos to benefit the Panhandle Players starting in the afternoon around 5pm.   There is always a line, so head in early!  Great music...great eats!  Now that is what First Sundays are all about!

Keeping it real, and warm in the historic Bowery District, because, well live music...it's what we do!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Nov 22 - 26)

posted Nov 19, 2017, 11:03 AM by Matt Gardi

We hope everyone is doing their stomach stretching exercises as we approach Turkey Day, and as such Bowery Station will be closed on Thanksgiving....however, that doesn't mean we didn't stuff the rest of the week with some of the tastiest live music gibblets around....

Wednesday, Nov 22 - BS Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of November we would like to help out our friends at the Panhandle Players, who are working diligently to provide the area with a great new auditorium to host their plays and other performances.

Thursday, Nov 23 - CLOSED .... Happy Thanksgiving!  Eat up and nap well... big weekend to follow.

Friday, Nov 24 - Who better to kick off Thanksgiving weekend than the TurkeyBasters from 2:30-5:30!  Melissa Bowman and Tim Dutrow always put on an energetic performance and we are excited to get them back for one of the best days of the year!  Following that dynamic duo is our friends Boo Radley from 6:30-9:30pm!   Michael and Patty bring their intricate guitar, fantastic harmonies, and well written originals to the stage and always give it 100% to the resounding Boooooooos from the audience!!  A Friday meant for shaking off the tryptophan! 

Saturday, Nov 25 - Abby Iggy starts off the day from 3-5pm with her rhythmic guitar style and dynamic vocals, mixing originals throughout her set of well chosen covers.  Then it's game on as the Jerry Thigpen Trio returns for a night of rockin' from 6:30-9:30pm.  Masters at covers of your favorite rock, blues and old classics, it's their originals that are the highlight of their hard hitting shows that get the crowd jumpin'.

Sunday, Nov 26 - We are pleased to have Sam and Dave back at Bowery Station for a show starting at 5pm.  BS is honored to be a stop on their "Nowhere to Nowhere" Tour 2017/2018!  Dave will be jammin' out his creative originals as Sam backs him with a well played harmonica, but both being consummate performers, you never know what to expect.  Get ready for an evening of entertainment like you have never seen!

Join us for Open Mic then eat up on T-day, then play, play play!  Join us for one of the best weekly line-ups, on one of the best weeks to kick back and relax...at Bowery Station... your home for tasty live music in Apalachicola!

Bowery Station Music Schedule (Nov 15 - 19)

posted Nov 13, 2017, 8:55 AM by Matt Gardi

Music lovers are gonna do flips for the variety and talent of this week's Bowery Station line up... please use the appropriate safety gear as we welcome a number of great acts from Floribama's stage, along with other greats...it will be a week to remember...

Wednesday, Nov 15 - BS Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi rolls from 6-8ish.  This weekly event has been a mainstay in local entertainment for years, and has fostered the development of numerous performers as they gain their confidence and stage presence.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  As always, tips for performers from BS Open Mic go to charity, during the month of November we would like to help out our friends at the Panhandle Players, who are working diligently to provide the area with a great new auditorium to host their plays and other performances.

Thursday, Nov 16 - DEBUT ALERT!  This one is a fun one, as Men of Leisure make their first appearance on the BS stage from 6-8:30pm.  Straight out of the main room of Floribama's right into the center of the Apalach music scene, these guys put on a show, mixed with risque humor and well written originals.  With hits like "Daddy was a working girl," and "I get my women at the waffle house," leave your political correctness at home.  Downtown Larry Brown, and Larry Strickland both play keyboard throughout their performances...which have the Johnny Barbato stamp of approval by the way.  This is a unique debut you won't want to miss as we continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays at Bowery Station!

Friday, Nov 17 - Ten Pound Pancake returns to Apalachicola for a jumpin' night of the best soul, funk, R&B and Rock n' roll from 7-10pm.  It's hard to sit down when Eric and the boys get rolling, with some of the most talented guitar licks, smooth vocals, and bass and percussion that can't be beat.  The perfect fit for a Friday night in Apalachicola!

Saturday, Nov 18 - Sarah Moranville is back to start off Saturday day from 3-5:00pm.  One of the best female vocalists on the Gulf Coast, Sarah brings her hauntingly smooth voice, rhythmic guitar style and popular set list out for an afternoon that will be sure to please her growing Apalach following.  Then, hold onto your beers, Johnny Barbato is out on the town for an evening of BS fun from 6:30-9:30pm.  From slide, to americana, Johnny always takes the crowd on a trip down story teller lane...Bowery Station is always blessed to have this Floribama cornerstone join us....so someone say..."Aww Sh**!"

Sunday, Nov 19 - Dothan's Dave Dale is on stage from 4-8pm, bringing his country fried rock of a solo act to life for a Sunday afternoon.  Dave has a growing fan base on the Forgotten Coast, and his show is always best enjoyed at BS with a cold OCBC beer, so come on out and shake a little booty with our buddy Dave!

Hey, don't forget that our entire live music schedule is online in realtime at www.bowerystation.us.  We appreciate all the support from our Forgotten Coast live music fans as we strive to bring great new acts to our venue, while making sure we always keep your long time favorites in the mix as well.  It's a tough job, drinking beer and listening to the best in live music, but hey, someone has to do it!

1-10 of 150