Being a musician is not something that you decide to end up doing, rather it is a calling that you might feel deep inside your bones which means that you would have no other option but to try your best to become some kind of a musician that makes original music on a regular basis. The thing about most musicians though is that they often struggle to find audiences at the start. A big part of the reason what that is the case has to do with the fact that the industry is saturated with talent and setting yourself apart can often be immensely difficult.
You shouldn’t let yourself be discouraged by the scale of the goal that you are trying to achieve. Instead, focus on doing the work and getting ahead by polishing your skills. Do as many gigs as possible, and ask around at Station Square bars so that they can tell you if the kind of setup they have would facilitate any kind of a performance that you might be trying to look into putting up for the various people at the bar.
Keep in mind that you won’t be paid for a lot of your early gigs. The first ten gigs you do can be free of charge without it being all that big of a deal, but ten free shows is all that you should do over the course of your career unless the gig would give you massive levels of exposure that would greatly expand your fan following such as playing in front of a head of state or some corporate giant that might want to think about sponsoring you and looking into your future career.