Bowery Station Music Schedule (Sept 6 - 10)

posted Sep 4, 2017, 7:10 AM by Matt Gardi
It was a great weekend to open the doors of Bowery Station and kick off the fall!  We shook the dust off, and cut loose!  It only gets better going into the fall....

Things are shaping up nicely this week at your home for the best live music in Apalachicola...

Wednesday, Sept 6 - Open Mic is back on, hosted by Matt Gardi from 6-8ish.  Time to get the rust off those old vocal chords and come sing a song or two on the BS stage.  As always, all levels of talent are welcomed and appreciated as this month's performer tips will be going to help raise some funds for the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve and the shindig they are planning on September 30th at BS!

Thursday, Sept 7 - BS is please to have Alan Parkinson back on stage from 6-8:30pm.  Alan is an acoustic soloist who plays a mix of covers and well written originals.  He is a frequent flyer on the Tallahassee music scene and is enjoyed by any generation.

Friday, Sept 8 - Dylan "Ragpicker" Allen is back for an afternoon show from 3-5pm.  With great vocals, fantastic guitar licks, Dylan always puts on a driving energetic show encompassing a variety of percussive instruments along the way!  Then, get ready to rock as Six String South hits Apalachicola on a Friday Night from 7-10pm.  These cats love to play and always get the crowd jumpin' with their rock, southern rock, and country.  

Saturday, Sept 9 - Cat Braaten kicks of the day from 3-5pm with a voice that is made for Saturday afternoons in Apalachicola.  Along with great covers, Cat is known well for her originals, and energetic guitar.  Then, get your dancin' shoes on as the Bo Spring Band is ready to rip it up with another of their signature performances from 7-10pm.  The scene at BS when these kids get rolling has become almost legendary, as each show takes on a life of itself.  This Saturday night will prove no different....

Sunday, Sept 10 - It's a day to relax and take in some of the best Apalachicola has to offer, as Abby Iggy and Tommy Cooper alternate sets from 4-8pm.  Abby, known not only for her vocals, but brings some well written originals to her set lists.  Tommy, has an aptitude to pick up new music and always surprises the crowd with his covers, and diverse selections.  It's what Sundays are made for...chillaxin' with two great local performers!

Don't forget, you can always see the BS music schedule in real time as far out as we book by clicking here!

Come on out and take a dip in the live music pool at Bowery Station... your home for great live music in Apalachicola!
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