Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 19 - 23)

posted May 17, 2015, 11:03 AM by Matt Gardi   [ updated May 17, 2015, 11:03 AM ]
OK, folks and fans, pots and pans....each week it only seems to get better.  This week is no different.

Tues - Acoustic duo Mary And Aaron of Wakulla County take the stage at 6pm.  Mary Ann Hoffman and Aaron Sheppard have 20 plus years of experience between the two of them.  Their music is a blend of current music with a pop, jazz and blues fusion.

Wed - Open Mic hosted by Jimbo Frost starts at 6pm.  We are blessed to have some great performers showing up, along with our house irregulars.  All levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  All performer tips during the month of May go to benefit the SGI Cat Allies.

Thurs - The Currys are back at Bowery Station starting at 6pm.  This dynamic trio offers some of the best vocal harmonies on the national music scene today.  Home from touring for the summer, these talented performers always pack the house with enthralled listeners as they take us on a tour of blue grass folk and rock, along with remarkable originals.  Honored to have this caliber of talent on the BS stage.

Fri - Chelsea and Emerson of Well Worn Soles are back from their touring, and kick off a Bowery Station Friday at 6pm.  It's Patsy Cline and John Prine rolled into an energetic folk and blue grass performance.  These house favorites banter it up as they belt it out for a show that Apalach loves, and no one walks away from.  It's sure to be a packed house, so grab a seat early for the fiddling fun.

Sat - Live Music all day starts off with Josh Watson beginning at 12:30.  Josh hailing from Tallahassee is accompanied by female vocalist and guitarist Savanah for a show of energetic rock and blues.  They kick off a great Memorial day weekend.  

But HOLD ON, that's not ALL!  Order before midnight tonight and receive a second dose of live music on this long weekend Saturday that kicks off summer in style.

Johnny Barbato is set to slide his slide into Apalach from 4 till 8pm Saturday.  Johnny brings his tainted past and irreverent spirit that inspires so many of his great originals in for a storytelling evening of high energy rock and blues.  One of the early bluesmen of Floribama's infamy, Barbato adds in his Americana style for a show that can't be missed.

Get off the train at Bowery Station and stay for the week.