Monday, July 3 – Abby Iggy starts off the celebration from 2-4:30 with her soulful singin’, opening up for the hard hitting boys from Six String South who will be rocking from 5pm until the fireworks start boomin’. Come on out and enjoy a great Monday and start your Independence Day Celebration off right!
Wednesday, July 5 – Get your salt on with Brian Bowen from 2:30-5pm then come on out from 6-8ish and sing a song at the infamous Bowery Station Open Mic hosted by Matt Gardi. All performer tips generated for the month of July and August will go to benefit the Franklin County Humane Society in lead up to the SGI Sizzler 5K on Saturday August 5th.
Thursday, July 6 – Bowery Station, in striving to make Thursdays the New Fridays, presents the return of Treble Hook from 6-9pm. These guys know how to rock it out with a southern fried energy, lighting up the stage with some of the best percussion, vocals and guitar licks you will find on the Forgotten Coast. It’s Thursday…and it is going to eleven.
Friday, July 7 – Two of Apalachicola’s favorites are lined up for a great Friday. First, Chelsea and Emerson of Well Worn Soles bring their light hearted folk, fiddle and guitar out for a show from 3-5pm that reminds one of Patsy Cline and John Prine. Then, who better to follow up our favorite folk heros than…..get ready for it…..how ’bout The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn from 7-10pm! These ladies were showstoppers during Chickfest 2017 and quickly became the talk of the town. With masterful fiddle, upright bass and guitar, these ladies can harmonize like few other acts as their energetic show commands attention. While their covers range from folk to Floyd, their originals are by far the best part of the show! Now that is what Fridays are made for!
Saturday, July 8 – Feeling Lucky? Well we are as Lucky Mud returns to Bowery Station from 2:30-5pm for another performance that pleases any generation. Then, get ready to rock n’ roll because the boys of Southern Flood are ready to lay down some serious tunes from 6:30-9:30pm. These cats always bring something new out to help raise the roof at Bowery Station so plan accordingly, there will be some dancing, and hootin’ and hollerin’ going on this Saturday!
Sunday, July 9 – Bruce Graybeal brings his acoustic 12 string back to the stage for a show of americana and folk from 3-5pm. Then, in Bowery Station’s continued effort to bring fresh music to the stage, we welcome West of Staley Jazz Trio from 6-9pm. These young talents will set a great vibe for a Sunday evening in Apalachicola!
No rest for the weary live music enthusiast…but hey, that’s what we do at Bowery Station…serving up fresh talent for the hungry masses as only BS can do!