Bowery Station Music Schedule (Jan 9 - 14)

posted Jan 7, 2019, 6:45 AM by Matt Gardi
Our friends from up north are flocking down to join us on the Forgotten Coast, and we here at Bowery Station want to make sure they get welcomed with the best live music known to mankind.  So to that end we have put together a fantastic week to welcome the incoming flock and keep the local geese goosed on tunes.

Here is a powerful week, culminating with a special Monday evening show featuring Kyshona and Shannon LaBrie with special guests Emily Stuckey and Lauren Spring of the Krickets...

Wednesday, Jan 9 - BS Open Mic is back on from 6-8ish... Matt Gardi hosts and has been usually starting earlier these days, as he gets his own set list in shape for Snowbird season.  As always tips for our Open Mic performers go to support local charities, this month we are raising funds for the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department in concert with the Oyster Cook-Off scheduled mid month.

Thursday, Jan 10 - Joining us from Sopchoppy, Rick Ott returns for an afternoon show from 3-5:30pm.  Rick loves to masterfully play all the old classics you know and love, and is a musician that loves to share his joy of performing with the crowd.  Then, guitarmen Bill Pandolfi and Wayne Britts come in for a show from 6-9pm as we continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays.  Both of these guys are legends in the region, and are masters of the six string, combined we know it will be a very special evening at Bowery Station. 

Friday, Jan 11 - Sarah Moranville steps on stage for an afternoon performance from 3-6pm.  With tremendous vocal range, Sarah's set list ranges spans the generations, and her solid guitar skills keep your feet tapping.  There is a reason Sarah is a featured artist in our Chickfest, so come enjoy a great afternoon.  Then, Few Miles South returns for a Friday night from 7-10pm.  Few Miles South is bringing back that classic country sound and honky-tonk atmosphere” (Skope Magazine). Created by south GA raised Blake English and Los Angeles native Tori Lund, fans of traditional country twang, pedal steel guitar and honest  story telling are in for a treat. 

Saturday, Jan 12 - Cat Braaten and Josh Watson are getting together as duo for an afternoon performance from 3-5:30pm.  Each of these musicians have their own style and following here on the Forgotten Coast, so when they team up....brace yourself for a serious dynamic performance of style, substance and talent. Then, another group we had to unfortunately postpone because of Hurricane issues, Wakulla Rising returns for what is sure to be a roof raising evening of roots swamp funk and down home rippin' blues and rock from 6:30-10pm.  When Susan and the boys get groovin' there is no stopping them, and the crowd responds in turn.  Set your reminders because it has been a while since Wakulla Rising has brought the jam to the Bowery and Apalachicola, and we are excited to get their unique vibe, and tremendous talent back on the stage!

Sunday, Jan 13 - Blessed to have the Adventures of Annabelle Lyn join us for a Sunday evening show from 5-8pm.  We had a taste of talent when Holly Riley joined in on last Friday's show with her fiddle, but when these three female vocalists hit the stage with fiddle, stand up bass, guitar, mandolin, banjo and fantastic three part harmony live music lovers sit in awe.  These talented ladies have recently opened for the likes of The Wood Brothers, and America, and we are excited to have them join us for a Sunday afternoon.

Monday, January 14.  
Shannon Labrie & Kyshona w/ Lauren Spring and Emily Stuckey of the Krickets
Doors open at 5pm, show starts at 6pm.  Admission: FREE...(This special event is Bowery Station's way of saying thank you to all those from throughout the region that helped us get back on our feet after Hurricane Michael!)

We are opening our doors on a Monday for a very special performance by Shannon Labrie and Kyshona joined by Lauren Spring and Emily Stuckey of the Krickets from 6-9pm.  Nashville chanteuse Shannon LaBrie defies genre and brings to life insightful stories of a woman who remains true to herself in a life where uncertainty is certain. The Lincoln, NE native instantly became a favorite among music fans and critics alike with her powerful 2016 album War & Peace. With lead singles, "Alcohol," and "It's Political" the independent release reached inside the Top Ten on iTunes, Spotify's US viral chart and Triple A Radio charts. Famed music blogger Bob Lefsetz wrote, “This track affected me. Made me believe like the great singer-songwriters of yore, maybe this woman has something to say. That in this crazy, mixed up, shoot-up world she can illuminate her story and people can relate.” Kyshona has mixed her love of story telling with the sound of her musical roots. Soulful, spiritual, at times guttural, Kyshona delivers an open honesty through her voice and lyrics. Her desire when she is performing is to connect with and take the audience on an emotional, soul stirring, musical journey.  The two are joined by Lauren Spring and Emily Stuckey of Kricket fame for what will be an evening to remember!