Bowery Station Music Schedule (April 5 - 9)

posted Apr 3, 2017, 8:21 AM by Matt Gardi
We hope everyone is recovered from the Art & Wine walk and the lively weekend it presented.  Here is what Bowery Station, Apalachicola's home of great live music, has in store for you this coming week...

Wednesday, April 5 - Abby Iggy leads off the week from 3-5pm with her soothing style, and great vocals.  Then it's onto Open Mic from 6-8ish hosted by Matt Gardi with all performer tips going to benefit the Friends of the St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge in lead up to this month's fundraiser on April 15th, featuring Matt Law, The Turkey Basters with Melissa Bowman, and The Currys.

Thursday, April 6 - Thursdays are the NEW FRIDAY as Frank Lindamood is back in the house for a solo show of his old time music from 3-5pm, then the duo of Lucky Mud returns from 6-8:30.  Lucky Mud put on a one of a kind show of americana and folk with well written originals back in February, it's great to have them back to help continue to make Thursdays the NEW FRIDAY in Apalachicola!

Friday, April 7 - The lovely Cat Braaten returns for an afternoon of great music from 3-5pm to start your weekend off right, then it's onto the Common Taters from 6-9.  You never know who the taters might bring as turnips, but you always know it's going to be a fun show of everything from american, to rock n roll, with even a touch of Zydeco.

Saturday, April 8 - It's a pleasure to debut Saran Moranville from 2-5pm for a delightful Saturday afternoon.  This young lady actually built Gibson guitars at one point, but she knows how to play one as well with acoustic rock covers and originals.  Then, Chelsea and Emerson of Well Worn Soles are back at Bowery Station from 6-9pm for some serious folk, americana, and bluegrass.  Patsy Cline meets John Prine as the fiddle meets guitar, accented by great vocals.  


Sunday, April 9 - The fiddle fest continues as the Adventures of Annabelle Lyn return from 5-8pm.  This trio of talented ladies put together a show of stand up bass, fiddle, mandolin and guitar with some of the most incredible female vocal harmonies you will.  Having recently opened for the Wood Brothers, it is an honor to have this level of talent grace the Bowery Station Stage!

See you at the show....Bowery Station....the original...live music mecca in Apalachicola!
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