Bowery Station Music Schedule (March 6-10)

posted Mar 4, 2019, 6:52 AM by Matt Gardi
Spring is trying to spring, and this week ends with a little more daylight time as Sunday we spring ahead....

The music as always helps to add to the warmth of the season... piping hot live music and spicy staff... here is what we have this week...

Wednesday, March 6 -  Matt Gardi hosts as BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  We have been told we will be treated to another performance of magic by the owner of the Chowder House...the Great William the Magnificent, and rumor has it there might be some comedy as well.... as we always welcome all types of performers.  As always tips for our Open Mic performers go to support local charities, this week we are raising funds for the Franklin County Humane Society, helping our little furry friends out.  This of course is in anticipation of the SGI Brew Fest in April which is becoming a fantastic event that benefits the Humane Society as well.

Thursday, March 7 - Paul Boyle is back in the house, for an afternoon of rock, country and Americana from 3-5:30.  Paul brings a fun set list that the crowd loves to sing along too, and creates a warm music appreciation room with every show.   Then, folks and fans, Dylan "Ragpicker" Allen is coming in to continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays in Apalachicola at Bowery Station from 6-9pm. This young talent can, and will do it all.  As a soloist, he is one of the few that can fill the shoes of a full band with his energy, incredible guitar skills and wide ranging set list that can fit any generation and please any crowd.  Dylan always surprises with his contagious energy, and hardly anyone can stop themselves from tapping their feet or getting up and dancing!   Dylan has an incredible vocal range and always finds a way to work percussion into his shows in a one man band show that rocks the evening.

Friday, March 8 - Phillip Nelson comes in for an afternoon show from 3-6pm. Phillip is a powerful guitarist with a dynamic voice and a set list that has everyone tapping their toes. He came in for an afternoon show back in February for a debut and knocked 'em out.  Then the Frank Jones Band hits the stage for a show from 7-10pm!  Frank riffs a mean guitar, backed by serious keys, harp and a rhythm section that puts the feel in everyone to get up and move!  Few can light up a Friday night like the Frank Jones Band as their style pleases any generation whether you want to simply tap your feet, or get up and boogie!  Their soulful and well written originals seem to appeal to the audience just as much as their funky get down covers.

Saturday, March 9 - Singer/Songwriter Clayton Mathis joins us for an afternoon from 3-6pm.  Mathis, with originals which locals have come to love such as "Sad Song" and "Chesapeake Girl," and his newest "Capital Hill"  also plays some of your favorite covers from country, rock, and even a touch of gospel and hip hop with a dynamic vocal range and style of his own.   Then hold onto your hats as we welcome back Wakulla Rising for a show from 6:30-10pm! 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.  It is always a roof raising evening, as this band packed with immense talent offers up a sound no other act can duplicate!

Sunday, March 10 - Cat Braaten comes on in for a great Sunday afternoon and evening from 5-8pm!  Cat, being one of the Forgotten Coasts favorite female vocalists balances her shows between her well written and captivating originals and some of your favorite covers.  Her powerful vocals over the years are one of the reasons that Bowery Station has evolved in to the performer centric atmosphere that it is today.  Come on out for a perfect spring Sunday, and don't forget this Sunday at 2am spring those clocks ahead because you don't want to miss a moment of Cat Braaten!

Thanks again to all of you that come out and support live music at Bowery Station, it is because of you that we are able to get the superior talent level and variety of performers from around the Country to come join us on our stage!

See you at the show!!

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