Womack & Lowery

Womack & Lowery

 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
BandFolkCountry

They perform “music of many colors” including originals, blues, country, ballads, folk, Americana, and even old standards. Their style is acoustic, and their delivery is straight & true. They’ll make you laugh – they’ll make you cry – and that’s what entertainment is all about!

Biography

Born into a musical family in “small-town Texas,” Janie Womack began performing with her mother and sisters at a very early age. A singer and a self-taught guitarist, Janie is a former member of the Central Pennsylvania Womyn’s Chorus, a cappella quartet Three J’s and a C, and local band t.l.o. stone soup. Currently at work on her first full-length CD of original music, Janie recently released the 3-song disk, "Three Thirty-Three."

Julie Lowery, a native of Lancaster County, began to add her vocal talents in late 2005. Also from a musical family, Julie grew up singing in school choruses and at church. She attributes her natural ability to harmonize to her mother – one of 5 sisters, 4 of whom performed regularly in their early years. She has sung in choral groups, quartets and trios but she’s never had more fun than singing with Janie.

Womack & Lowery play the local coffeehouse circuit, as well as festivals and private events. They also give back to their community by donating their time and talents to non-profit organizations in the area. They perform “music of many colors” including originals, blues, country, ballads, folk, Americana, and even old standards. Their style is acoustic, and their delivery is straight & true. When these two join forces, their energy will send chills down your spine. Their different personalities and experiences serve as the perfect backdrop for humor. They’ll make you laugh – they’ll make you cry – and that’s what entertainment is all about!

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Lyrics

anyway...

Written By: Jane A. Womack

…anyway

Words & Music by Janie Womack, 2000

My Daddy used to pick us up
& hold us way up high
And he seemed oh, so big & strong
His head could touch the sky
And he could fix all kinds of things
And make 'em all work right
And figure out just how to make
The darkest day seem bright

He rode us on the handlebars
Of his big shiny bike
And when we all got big enough
We'd follow on our trikes
We rode through town, up hills & down
And soon our legs grew strong
And he'd always let us keep up
Even though the way was long

But after I got older, it seemed I grew away
And I didn't care so much about what Daddy had to say
It took a really long time for me to realize
The one of my life's greatest treasures
Is the love that still shines in his eyes

My Daddy's always there for me
Whenever I am down
And I don't know what I'd have done
If he hadn't been around
And though sometimes he couldn't show it
Sometimes he couldn't say
I guess that I have always known
That he loves me, anyway
I guess that I have always known
That he loves me, anyway

My Daddy used to pick us up & hold us way up high…

Discography

Working on it!

Set List

Repertoire of over 100 songs, originals and covers. We typically perform two 50-minute sets. See example set list below:
You Can't Go Back Now
Leather and Lace
Why Walk When You Can Fly
Anyway
Cry Cry Cry
Hard Day’s Night
Josephine
Crazy Game
When She Sings
I Only Have Eyes for You
The Wood Song
The Reason
I'll Change
Wounded
Tumblin Tumbleweeds
Live with Lonesome
Misperceptions
Shadow on the Wall
Passionate Kisses
Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters
More Than Words
The Lucky One
Fare Thee Well
Digging For Your Dream
Hideaway
Unwritten