Bowery Station Music Schedule (June 30 - July 4)

posted Jun 29, 2015, 3:12 PM by Matt Gardi
Get Ready.  No seriously...get some rest, polish your dancing shoes, and prepare to light it up in fashion in honor of the week we celebrate the USA!  In this spirit, Bowery Station has stacked the proverbial music deck.

Tues - Cole Hankins plays at 6pm.  If you haven't seen this young buck before, make it out for some foot stompin' blues grass.  From fiddle to clogging on stage, Cole puts it out there for real.

Wed - Open Mic rolls at 6pm, hosted by Jimbo Frost!  Word on the street has it that some serious show ups are coming out for this big week!  Everyone is always welcome, just bring a smile and a song.  Tips from performers during the month of July will be going towards the Apalachicola Vol. Fire Dept.

Thurs - Boo Radley graces our stage at 6pm.  What a great way to kick off a holiday weekend with some of the best talent around.  Patty and Michael bring some of the most impressive harmonies, well written originals, and all around joy to the stage with their shows.  

Fri - The Crickets play from 2 til 4. This team up of Melissa Bowman and Lauren Spring will knock you socks off.  Alone each of these ladies impress the most cynical music critic, but together, watch out.

But hold on, that's not all, stack onto the Crickets show, as a pre-fireworks fire it up fun fest....the Bo Spring Band breaks it out at 5pm.  Back from band camp after a month hiatus, it's time to start jumpin'.in those freshly polished dancing shoes.

Sat - So you think you are going to recover and maybe cook a burger on the grill...WRONG!  The Remedy is in the house from 2-4 with a debut performance on the BS stage featuring a powerful acoustic jam accompanied by Jeff Dutrow on harp....then ....

Sat 6pm sees the return of Charlie and Dana Hunt-Black, singer songwriters with numerous number 1 hits, who have written for the likes of George Straight, Anne Murray, and Clint Black.

No we're not kidding around, this is some of the best live music you will ever see and hear on our humble stage, all piled into one week.

It's one for the history books...

Exponential BS ...write home to mama....
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