Bowery Station Music Schedule (February 28 - March 4)

posted Feb 26, 2018, 6:40 AM by Matt Gardi
What a great spell of hot weather we have been enjoying, more so, the live music has been smoking hot as well.  But as we say here at Bowery Station ... it only gets butter and better .....

So how do we move into March at your home for great live music?   

Wednesday, Feb 28 - The day starts with the return of David Timothy Dunn from 3-5pm.  David joined us for a debut a few weeks back and put on quite a show of americana and acoustic rock joined by his son on percussion, so we thought we'd get him back into BS again.  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, and during the remaining half of the month of February performer tips will be going towards the SGI Volunteer Fire Department leading up to Chili Cook-Off in early March.  So come on out and belt out a tune or two for a great cause and great fun.

Thursday, March 1 - Frank Lindamood kicks off the day from 3-5pm with his old time classics.  A man who has a story for every song, and every song is a story unto itself.  Frank paints the oldtime music with his baritone voice joined by resonator guitar and banjo.  Then, back by overwhelming popular demand, Brown Goose "Agoostic" is ready to continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays by taking the stage from 6-8:30pm.  Great vocal harmonies, and dynamic guitar are the signature of these young talents, as they perform some classic covers and serve up great originals as well. 

Friday, March 2 - Clayton Mathis brings it on from 3-5pm.  The man, the myth, the legend (and OCBC Brewman) has a show of americana, country, and rock mixed in with a touch of contemporary alt.  Clayton has been a developing talent, and has also developed a great local following.  Then, get ready to raise the roof as Hightest joins us from Tallahassee for a show from 7-10.  These cats have an all original show of high energy jumpin' funk and groove accented by keys and horns.  It's hard to keep your seats as they are masters of getting the crowd hoppin' by their showmanship and improvisation.  Their performances are always the talk of the town the next day.

Saturday, March 3 - Savanna Leigh Bassett hits the stage from 2:30-5:30pm.  Savanna, a past and future featured artist in our annual Chickfest celebration, can put on a show of powerful country accented by her own well written originals.  Her guitar skills are energetic, and graced by her powerful vocals.  Then, Bowery Station is pleased to welcome all the way from Los Angeles, California, the debut of The Tens from 7-10pm.  The Tens play a mixture of soul, rock 'n' roll, funk, blues, and swing music (both original and covers). It's all very fun, danceable music to get the crowd moving, as one can only expect from a band that includes John, the stand up bassist of Pope Paul and the Illegals. This is a one time... do not miss show.

Sunday, March 4 - It's First Sunday, and we are pleased to showcase three fantastic artists this month.  The day starts as it has in the past with Gill Autrey from 2:30 - 3:15 with a show of Spanish/Classical Guitar.  Now admittedly, Gill is recovering from hand surgery so he may not be 100% or may not want to stress his recovery, so to that end... we have lined up Randy Mims, a man of many talents which include classical flute, but span into acoustic guitar classics of the 60's and 70's.  Randy Mims is scheduled for 3:30-5:15, but may start a bit earlier depending on our friend Gill's condition.  Then, what better way to close out a day of a variety of music than with Slim Fatz, our low down growling blues legend from 5:30-7:30. Slim's unique style of both guitar and singing has made him a legend on the Gulf Coast and is a perfect fit for a Sunday evening.

That's our weekly line up heading into spring... and as always we appreciate your overwhelming support of live music, and our efforts to serve it up... fresh, varied, hot and tasty!