Bowery Station Music Schedule (Sept 20 - 24)

posted Sep 18, 2017, 8:55 AM by Matt Gardi
Irmageddeon has come and gone, and as we all put the wheels back on this thing called livin', Bowery Station is pleased to assist by offering a great live music lineup for your booty shakin' enjoyment...

Wednesday, Sept 20 - Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi runs from 6-8ish, and as always all levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated.  It's all about having fun, sharing your gifts with the crowd... and trying to expand your talent.  Only rule...bring a smile to the stage.

Thursday, Sept 21 - DEBUT ALERT!  OK kids, here is a fun one.  Straight outta da Florida Keys it's Sparky Jones from 6-8:30pm.  If you like Bob Marley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard,and Delbert McClinton, you are gonna love this colorful character that emulates the Keys spirit.  A frequent flyer on all the big stages in Key West, we are lucky to get Sparky as he passes through on tour.  Making Thursdays the new Fridays at Bowery Station!!

Friday, Sept 22 - We love this duo on a Friday night, Savanna Leigh Bassett joins Josh Watson for a show from 6:30-9:30pm.  Savanna is powerful female performer on her own and was a featured artist at Chickfest 2017, but when you put her together on stage with Josh, these two can really drive it home.  A set list that covers Country, rock, americana and well written originals, with hard driving acoustic guitars, it will be a pleasure to have these folks light up an Apalach Friday!

Saturday, Sept 23 - Sarah Moranville leads off a Saturday from 2:30 - 5pm.  This dynamic female performer is frequently compared to Melissa Bowman in terms of her style, and performances, but yet has her own remarkable signature that is noteworthy.  Sarah leads off for our return visit of the Highbeams from 7-10pm!  These three brothers with true passion for music play their own brand of emotive, high-energy Folk Rock and do a three part harmony with percussion and solid guitar riffs through a set list that almost everyone in the room finds themselves singing along to.  They bring with their energy a clear joy of hitting the stage that permeates the crowd.

Sunday, Sept 24 - A man that is made for Sundays at Bowery Station, Bruce Graybeal is back at it from 5-8:30pm with his 12 string acoustic, and an americana set list that pleases every generation!  Get on out and see what Sundays were built for!

Don't forget that this is all leading up to our Oktoberfest on Columbus day weekend, with non-stop beer, music and food from Oct 6-8!

Come cut loose at Bowery Station, your home for great live music in Apalachicola!
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