Bowery Station Music Schedule (June 14 - 18)

posted Jun 12, 2017, 8:31 AM by Matt Gardi
Rain or Shine....Live music is divine.  Had some fun days getting rained in last week with great live music, looks like the forecast remains the same for the coming week....a little rain, a little sun...and 100% chance of great live music!!

Here's this week's lineup at BS!

Wednesday, June 14 - HJ Kuntry returns to the BS stage from 3-5pm with some oldtime country music delivered as only HJ can do.  Then Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi rolls from 6-8ish with performer tips going to benefit the SGI Cat Allies!  Come on out and sing a song, do a dance, and enjoy some cold Oyster City beer.

Thursday, June 15 - BS is working diligently to make Thursdays the new Fridays as Southern Flood hits the BS stage from 6-9pm for a Thursday of hard hitting dance yer feet off rock n' roll.  These cats always throw new content into their playlist for a "local gents done well" evening of great live music.

Friday, June 16 - Cat Braaten returns to the Bowery from 3-5pm with her angelic vocals and percussive guitar, then Bowery Station welcomes the return of the Wide Open from 7-10pm.  We enjoyed Season and Allen light up the stage on a weeknight a month ago for a jaw dropping performance of a show that incorporates elements of Texas Roadhouse Blues, Southern Rock, Blue-Eyed Funk Soul, with just a touch of Roots/Americana. Their distinctive style, is comprised of soulful, blues-infused vocals, swampy harmonica riffs and well-crafted lyrics with R&B grooves.  It's going to be great to have these folks in on a Friday night!  This is a do not miss performance.

Saturday, June 17 - Abby Iggy brightens a Saturday from 3-5pm with her unique rhythmic style and dynamic vocals, then get your foot stompin' boots on as the Flathead Stringband raises a ruckus on a Saturday night at Bowery Station from 6-9pm.  When Chris and Haden get rollin' with their oldtime music, you know it's going to be a hootin' and a hollerin' type of evening.

Sunday, June 18 - Bruce Graybeal sets up a Sunday afternoon from 3-5pm with his relaxed vibe and well played 12 string, then grab a cold OCBC beer and get ready to sing along as the brewmaster himself Clayton Mathis returns for an evening of americana, rock n' roll and a dash of country from 5-8:30pm.  Bowery Station is the place to be on a Sunday, and these guys only make it that much more funner...er...est.

It's always about the live music at Bowery Station....because ultimately...That's BS! 
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