Bowery Station Music Schedule (April 26 - 30)

posted Apr 24, 2017, 8:22 AM by Matt Gardi
Lots o' great live music coming to Bowery Station this week so get out the double ended candle and light 'er rest for the weary music enthusiast in Apalach.

Let's start 'er off....

Wednesday, April 26 - George Maddox kicks things off from 3-5pm, George made such a scene with his great voice at Open Mic a few months back that he has worked himself into the BS rotation.  Then Open Mic kicks in from 6-8ish, hosted by Matt Gardi with all performer tips in the jar going to support Cindy Shiver Collins on her road to recovery.

Thursday, April 27 - It's a day of local love as Charlie Sawyer starts the day from 3-5pm with his set list and performance that alawys brings a smile to listeners of all ages.  Then, game on... as the boys from Southern Flood return to the Bowery Station stage from 6-9pm.  When we say we are making Thursdays the new Fridays we aren't kidding as these guys bring out the best in rock n' roll, always adding to their set list, and sharing their contagious love of music and performing.

Friday, April 28 -  Cat Braaten starts it off from 3-5pm with her sweet voice, great originals, and well played acoustic.  The crowds always find their ways to her shows, and what better match of talent can you find to open for Boo Radley from 6-9pm.  Patty and Michael always put on a show, and this Friday will be no different.  Some of the best vocals that grace our coast guide us on a tour of well written, soul searching originals that captivate the audience.  Cat opening for Boo, that's a day for music lovers.

Saturday, April 29 - Lori Kline takes the stage from 2:30-5pm to start off a Saturday.  Lori has proven herself to be one of the best performers regionally, and returns to BS to show us why.  Then, rock on, as Six String South is back in the Bowery from 6-9pm with your favorite hard hitting rock, southern rock, and country covers that get the crowd up on their feet.  

Sunday, April 30 - Dave Dale joins us for another one of his lively performances from 4-8pm.  Dothan Dave has shown himself to be the consummate performer that loves to play and work the crowd.  He brings a solid show of rock, country and classics to the stage that pleases every generation and fits BS like a glove.

So, let there be no doubt, Bowery Station always strives to bring Apalachicola the best in live music....because it's what we do....