Bowery Station Music Schedule (Nov 10 - 14)

posted Nov 9, 2015, 9:00 AM by Matt Gardi
Greetings from a wet Apalachicola!  To all the "We need the rainers," out there, I trust you enjoyed surfing in your front yard!  So get in your skiff, kayak or canoe and get on out for some great live music this week!

Tues - Forgotten Coast favorite Brian Bowen will fill Bowery Station with his salty tales and fine Americana starting at 6pm.  Brian's originals are frequently heard on our airwaves as features on Oyster radio, 100.5 FM, and his live shows are not to be missed.

Wed - Open Mic hosted by James Frost starts at 6pm.  Specializing in providing a stage for individuals of all talent levels, Bowery Station is adding a new Open Jam for all participants to wrap up from 8-9pm.  A night that just keeps getting better and better. Remember all Open Mic performer tips go to benefit the Kricket fund for the months of November and December.

Thurs - Rachi Ru starts on stage at Bowery Station from 6pm. Rachi Ru captivates the crowd with her opera trained voice gracing her intricate acoustic or electric guitar as she takes us on a musical tour of classics and originals. You never know what to expect from this young performer from Tallahassee.

Fri - Belmont & Jones kick off a Friday night at Bowery Station at 5:30pm.  Come enjoy some old time music, resonator and vocal harmonies from one of the best duos around. But hold on...heep a scoop of ice cream on top of that delicious musical goodness...

Bowery Station is pleased to present our fourth "After Hours Series" featuring the hard hitting blues and rock of the Jerry Thigpen Trio from 8:30 - 9pm.  You've heard Jerry as a soloist at Bowery Station, but fasten your stool belts kids, cause we're adding some drums and bass.  This is sure to be a show reminiscent of when Barbato burned down the barn last month.  The Jerry Thigpen Trio from 8:30 - 11pm, $10 cover at the door goes to the Trio.

Sat - DEBUT ALERT!!  Chinquapin Duo, a lively Old Time duo of fiddle and banjo out of Asheville, North Carolina will be making their debut performance on the Bowery Station stage at 5:30pm. Sarah Gwendolyn on fiddle and Mitch Mcconnell on banjo should make for a great evening of Asheville flavored mountain music.

Thanks for your support of Bowery Station, and live music in Apalach!

Come get some BS served up right!