Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 10 - 14)

posted May 8, 2017, 6:09 AM by Matt Gardi
Sometimes you just have to say to yourself...."Pinch me, am I dreaming....could the music line up in one week be any better?"  Then you realize that you're wide awake and at Bowery Station....accept no imitations....

Here, my dear a week of live music to remember....

Wednesday, May 10 - Tommy Cooper is back in a showcase session with Matt Gardi from 3-5pm.  Tommy is a developing talent has a unique, hard played acoustic style and well chosen set list including many originals.  Then join us for Open Mic hosted by Adriane Elliot from 6-8ish.  All performer tips for the month of May will be going to support the Cricket Fund to help pay for mammograms for underprivileged women and men in Gulf and Franklin Counties.

Thursday, May 11 - Rene Russell makes her debut on the BS stage from 2:30-5pm with an acoustic 12-string Folk and Rock performance with a percussive groove.  Then, the Singalongs return for a fun evening from 6-8:30pm.  A collection of great local talent, these folks bring a set list that everyone knows...after all, they don't call them the Singalongs for nothing!

Friday, May 12 - Another Key West performer, Woody Jenkins joins us for his debut at Bowery Station from 3-5pm so come get your island on for the afternoon.  Then, following Woody, we have a very special performance by the Jerry Thigpen Trio with special guests Lucia Fishburne, Danica Winter and Del Suggs from 7-10pm.  Normally the Trio is a A list performance, but add these singer/songwriters to the mix and we know we are in for one special evening of great original live music.

Saturday, May 13 -  It's Chickfest 2017!  This day long event hosted by Adriane Elliott features some of the best female talent on the Gulf Coast that have graced the Bowery Station stage.  Developing local talent Abby Iggy begins the day at 1pm to set the stage for featured performers Cat Braaten, Ashley Feller, The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn, Savanna Leigh Bassett, and the Krickets.  All these performers draw a crowd of their own and are quickly earning themselves regional, if not National spotlights, so prepare yourself for a day of live music that will be a memorable one for the record books. 

Sunday, May 14 -  George Maddox returns for an afternoon of acoustic americana from 3-5pm, then John Sutton is in the house from 5-8:30pm.  Out of Nashville, Sutton has proven himself to be an energetic entertainer that finds a home on stage at many of our larger regional festivals.  A Sunday at Bowery Station in a more intimate setting with John will surely be an enjoyable way to experience this one of a kind talent.

So come on out for another week of the best live music available on the Gulf Coast.  Bowery Station is honored to have such great talent join us in our efforts to develop one of the most exciting music venues in the region!

Bowery Station....often imitated....never duplicated.