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Bowery Station Music Schedule (May 3rd – 7th)
May 3, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - May 7, 2017 @ 8:00 pm
Wednesday, May 3rd – Mike English kicks things off from 2:30-5pm, Mike debuts his Country, Southern Rock, Blues, Oldies, Elvis to make for a great afternoon. Then it’s on to Open Mic from 6-8ish, hosted by Matt Gardi. All levels of talent are welcome as this months performer tips go towards the Cricket Fund, which helps pay for mammograms for those that need assistance in Gulf and Franklin Counties.
Thursday, May 4th – Seriously making Thursdays the new Fridays. Lauren Sheehan plays the afternoon slot from 3-5pm for her debut at BS. Lauren puts on a show of blues, country and old american folk. Then, Dirty Bird & the Flu are ready to light Apalachicola up from 6-9pm with their high energy growling blues, funk and soul. We’re fired up to have these Valdosta cats in for a Thursday…goin’ ta be GOOD!
Friday, May 5th – Dylan Allen joins us for a solo show from 2-5 to start off Cinco de Mayo. Dylan is a youthful powerhouse of talent ready to entertain with a set list that spans almost any genre. Then, like we said, we’re hitting it hard in May, the Frank Jones Band returns form 6-9 with some of the best blues and rock, with shredding guitar licks, wailing harp, and an energy that engulfs the crowd.
Saturday, May 6th – Mike and Malinda of Sweet Honey Hospitality are back on stage from 2-5pm bringing their smiles, country and americana down from Dothan, with great vocals, guitar and yuke. Then, the act locals have been waiting for, Treble Hook, featuring LD Hatfield, Jeffrey Thomas, and Paul Poulis raise the roof from 6-9. Individually, these guys bring great vocals and solid guitar licks, but we’re putting them together in public for a full show of Country, Rock, Southern Rock and a whole lot more. The band’s guest list might off some serious surprises. We expect this to be the launching point for a great regional act, you’ll want to be able to say you saw this show!
Sunday, May 7th – Hey, let’s kick off Sunday right. Slim Fatz starts off the day with his unique style of blues from 2:30-4:30pm. Then, pass the syrrup. What better way to close out the week, than with the return of Syrrup from 5-8:30. Arguably one of the best and sweetest female vocalists to grace our stage, she fronts a soulful band that is built for Sunday afternoons.
So, come enjoy a show, or come enjoy them all, but come on out to Bowery Station…your original home for great live music in Apalachicola.
Live music….yeah we mean it…..