Bowery Station Music Schedule (Nov 14 - 18)

posted Nov 11, 2018, 2:52 PM by Matt Gardi
The brisk breeze of winter is quickly approaching, but we are cooking over a hot stove of hot live tasty music that will be sure to warm the souls of any music enthusiast!  

Here's what this week looks like....

Wednesday, Nov 14 - BS Open Mic rolls from 6-8ish.  Matt Gardi hosts and may kick things off early to get in the mood for a great evening, then the real talent...YOU...hits the stage.  Come on out and have some fun, sing a song... but simply bring out a smile to the stage and join in the commotion!  As you know, tips for performers at BS Open Mic always go to a charity, and this week, and for the remainder of the year we will be helping out our friends at the SGI Cat Allies...going to help humanely reduce the feral cat population both on SGI and in Apalachicola by spaying and neutering feral cats!

Thursday, Nov 15 - Sticky Too will be heading into Apalachicola for a fun show from 6-9pm as we continue to make Thursdays the New Fridays here at Bowery Station.  Tim and Jay play a diverse set list of songs everyone loves, harmonize like the best, and both can pick a mean guitar.  It's hard not to sing along with Sticky Too, so come on out for a great Thursday!

Friday, Nov 16 - The Highbeams return to the BS stage from 7-10pm.  Three brothers with true passion for music; Highbeams play their own brand of emotive, high-energy Folk Rock. Since forming in 2012, Highbeams has released two full length albums and performed all over the Southeast alongside national acts like Vertical Horizon, Chase Bryant, and Col Bruce Hampton, and the Krickets. Today the band continues touring behind their latest release, Everything Aside, and making the most of every opportunity to share their dream with the world.   This touring act has begun to develop a great following here in our humble venue, so head in early to grab a seat for what will surely be a music appreciation room on a Friday in Apalachicola!

Saturday, Nov 17 - Rolling into the weekend, we are pleased to have Dothan's Dave Dale join us for a show from 3 - 5pm.  Dave's a little bit country, and a little bit rock n' roll, and a master of playing any genre for any crowd.  Everyone will be singing along as Dave warms you up for a hot Saturday night featuring.... The Jerry Thigpen Trio are excited about rockin' out an Apalach Saturday night from 6:30-9:30 ... the rock and blues train is coming into the station with the throttle down.  Jerry and the boys missed out on lasts month's show on account of the storm so they are coming in locked and loaded for great night.  

Sunday, Nov 18 - Here is a Sunday that is sure to be memorable.  Slim Fatz starts off the day from 3-5 with his unique style of blues and oldies.  Slim brings a wry wit to his performances, and always makes a perfect fit for a Sunday afternoon.  
 Belmont & Jones perform the pre-electric blues songbook with the integrity, frankness, brilliance, and humor with which it was performed by the great musicians who wrote and sang it. The authenticity of their work is in part due to Jones’ vocal chops, which rival those of the great vocalists whose hits she recreates. She would be an outstanding vocalist in any genre, and we thank her for putting her fine instrument to the service of preserving and transmitting this seminal moment in American music. Belmont sings it right too, but it is his National guitar, at times sounding eerily like it was recorded in 1926, that is the perfect compliment to their living museum.  The combination of two of the best acts on the same day will undoubtedly be one for the memory books.

Thanks again to everyone for such a welcomed response to our return from digging out after the flood waters ravished our venue, going to show that Bowery Station is more than just a building, but rather a community of musicians, and music enthusiasts that will keep the music going ... come hell or high water!

See you at the show!
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