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Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 24 – 28)
May 24, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - May 28, 2017 @ 9:30 pm
The feel of summer is in the ear…at Bowery Station….continually stirring a hot pot of live music goodness….
Here’s a great music line up for a Holiday week….
Wednesday, May 24 – Ernie Aparicio joins Matt Gardi for a showcase session from 3-5pm. Ernie has previously won the Battle in the Brewery with his soft vocals and intricate acoustic guitar riffs. Then, Open Mic is on from 6-8ish hosted by Adriane Elliott. All performer tips for the month of May will be going towards the Cricket Fund. Come on out and sing like you mean it!
Thursday, May 25 – Kihouti debuts from 3-5pm with their sultry folk fusion that is easy on the ears, then working hard to make Thursdays the new Fridays, Laughlin makes a debut to the stage from 6-8:30pm. Recent participants in Blast On The Bay, this duet brings an original feel of folk, rock, and pop, but truly finds a home in classic country. Come enjoy this serious level of talent on a Thursday….yes….a Thursday!
Friday, May 26 – Kick off Memorial Day Weekend right starting with Cat Braaten and Tom Mason from 3-5pm, this duo always packs the house with great vocals, well written originals, and solid guitar licks. Then, Wakulla Rising returns from 6:30-9:30, filling the Bowery with hard hitting swamp funk that gets you up and cuttin’ the rug! So much talent pushing out such an intense groove with a contagious enthusiasm…you know it’s gonna be a Friday to remember.
Saturday, May 27 – Start Saturday off right with the musical magic of Boo Radley from 2-5pm. Michael and Patty match their vocal and guitar talent with their songwriting in what is always a captivating show. Then, Turtlefoot takes over the Bowery Station from 6-9pm for a night of frivolity and the best live music that can be found on the Forgotten Coast. Matt, Ron and the gang are frequent flyers at the bigger BS events with oldies, blues, and taste of just about every genre in a lively set list.
Sunday, May 28 – Lori Kline kicks off Sunday from 3-5pm for an afternoon of great vocals and an acoustic set list that has you singing along. Then, the TurkeyBasters, featuring Melissa Bowman and Tim Dutrow from 5:30-8:30 will be pushing the high energy percussive groove and dynamic vocals they’ve come to be known for into the evening air of Apalachicola.
We at Bowery Station accept no liability for making you so tired from dancin’, hootin’, shakin’, and lovin’ the gifts these fine musicians share with us….rest up…it’s another big week during a great Holiday to start the summer off right.