Bowery Station Music Schedule (Mar 1 - 5)

posted Feb 27, 2017, 8:21 AM by Matt Gardi
February was one great month of live music, and March won't be a let down....rest assured!

Check out we break into spring at Bowery Station....

Wednesday, March 1 - Kick off your day with LD Hatfield 3-5 as he hits you with some great country, rock and well written originals, with a resonate voice that is unique to our Forgotten Coast.  Then it's onto Open Mic from 6-8ish hosted by Adriane Elliott!  All performer tips will be going towards the Friends of the St. Vincent National Wildlife Reserve as we lead up to our fundraising event on April 15 featuring the Currys!

Thursday, March 2 - Tommy Cooper starts off the day from 3-5pm with his unique blend of contemporary acoustic songs, then Sticky Too joins us for an evening of everything from blues to southern rock from 6-8:30pm.

Friday, March 3 - Here's a day of knock out music!  Cat Braaten and Tom Mason take on Friday afternoon from 3-5pm.  Cat has been packing out the afternoons all by herself, but getting Tom on stage with her is going to be a great treat....and great lead up to....house favorite.....Boo Radley on a Friday night from 6-9pm.  Patty and Michael always put on a show of incredibly written originals and a classic cover here and there.  Come find out why these kids are on their way to greater places for a fantastic Friday!

Saturday, March 4 - Who else better to handle a busy Saturday in Apalach, and on the Island but Johnny Barbato and a cast of characters that only he can assemble.  Barbato and the boys will be having a 6hr jam from 3-9pm, and with Johnny putting together the show, you know it's going to be a Saturday that will long be remembered!

Sunday, March 5 - What a better way to relax and enjoy a Sunday than by starting off live music with Cypress Trio from Port St. Joe from 3-4pm.  These three incredibly young talented kids are quickly becoming known as top level talent reminiscent of the Bo Spring Band at it's inception.  Come support this incredible development to the local music scene.  Then, local favorites the Singalongs will be showcasing their lively, fun and lighthearted musical skills from 6-8:30 with a well chosen set list that appeals to any generation.  Carol, Randy, Charles and Charlie epitomize the enjoyment of performance that is purely contagious to the audience.

Now how's dat fer some serious sound....at Bowery Station...often imitated....never duplicated.  That's BS...the original....bar in the Bowery.
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