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!
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