Upcoming Schedule

John Lowery @ The Roxy Encinitas
Acoustic, Rock
Saturday, October 20th @ 6:00pm
10/20 @ 6:00PM
John Lowery started his career as a singer-songwriter in Portland, Oregon back in the mid-nineties with his first band Hatful of Rain which he formed with Dramarama guitarist Mark Englert. At one time their drummer was Courtney Taylor-Taylor from The Dandy Warhols. His first album with Hatful of Rain got national distribution and radio play and received stellar reviews. Since 2000 John has released all solo albums - Fancy Car, I'm Going Home, and most recently Epiphany which is available for sale on I-Tunes . John has played with some pretty big players over the years including Jeff Linsky (Jazz Virtuoso), John Smith (Grammy Award Producer from Nu Shooz), and Tony Snow (Drummer from Dramarama) to name a few. He currently resides in Oceanside, CA and continues to play shows as a solo artist in his own backyard in San Diego, LA, and Orange County frequently. John plays mainly acoustic melodies with some electric guitar and backbeats with a laid back feel. Some of his songs sound folksy and some sound rockish, with a little bit of blues & country from time to time. He performs regularly and not only performs songs that he has written, but also songs from such artists as Tom Petty, The Eagles, Rob Thomas, Jimmy Buffet, Rod Stewart, The Beatles, Jack Johnson, and many more.
The Roxy Encinitas
Blues, Folk/Americana, Acoustic
Saturday, October 27th @ 6:00pm
10/27 @ 6:00PM
Acoustic blues, roots of rock, folk, classic country and original material. My song "Roof of Hell" was awarded second place in the San Diego Songwriters Guild "Performing Songwriter Competition". It's inspired by the 200+ year old haiku by Kobayashi Issa : “In this world we walk on the roof of hell gazing at flowers” I have many years of experience performing live and enjoy interacting with audiences but I also know when not to.
The Roxy Encinitas
Acoustic, Blues, Folk/Americana
Saturday, October 27th @ 6:00pm
10/27 @ 6:00PM
Baja Blues Boys have been performing as an electric Chicago-style blues band with guitar/slide guitar, harmonica, bass, drums and saxophone since 2005. Our motto: "If it doesn't serve the song, it doesn't belong." We also feature roots of rock, Americana and classic country as well as audience favorites.
Sheila Sondergard @ The Roxy Encinitas
Acoustic, Folk/Americana, Pop
Saturday, November 3rd @ 1:00pm
11/3 @ 1:00PM
Hi, I'm Sheila. I leaned on music in my youth. I have six sisters that I'm close with and they all enjoy the arts. I was introduced to the trumpet at nine years old, guitar at 11 and the piano many years later. I was raised in over 20 different locations, bananas I know, including New Jersey, Colorado, the Black Hills of South Dakota/Wyoming, Maui, Guatemala and currently in San Diego. My cultural family gave me many styles of music to absorb. Since 2003 my music ambitions have increasingly become known in the Southern California music scene thanks to many people and friends. This gal has had the opportunity to play aside many noted artists at several diverse venues mapped throughout. I am grateful for every one of these happenings. SONGS I PERFORM: Brand New Key - Melanie Safka That’s All Right - Elvis Leaving on a Jet Plane - John Denver Yesterday - Beatles Breakdown - Tom Petty Jolene - Dolly Parton Knocking On Heaven’s Door - Bob Dylan Rhiannon - Fleetwood Mad Harvest Moon - Neil Young Needle and the Damage Done - Neil Young I’m On Fire - Bruce Springsteen 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover - Paul Simon House of the Rising Sun - The Animals Wild World- Cat Stevens Take It Easy - Eagles Angel From Montgomery - Bonnie Raitt Havana - Camila Cabelo Recuerde Me - Coco the Movie Cancion Para Mi Muerte - Charly Garcia Blue Jeans - Lana del Rey Riptide - Vance Joy Tighten Up - The Black Keys VCR - The XX 1,2,3,4 - Feist When I Was Your Man - Bruno Mars First Day of My Life - Bright Eyes Ho Hey - The Lumineers Sky Blue Sky - Wilco Stay-Lisa Loeb Lovesong - The Cure Soul To Squeeze - Red Hot Chili Peppers I Could Have Lied - Red Hot Chili Peppers Say It Ain’t So - Weezer This Time-Tracy Chapman Independence Day - Ani Difranco Wagon Wheel - Old Crow Medicine Show Rodeo - Garth Brooks Much Too Young - Garth Brooks Amarillo By Morning - George Straight Tennessee Stud - Johnny Cash
The Roxy Encinitas
Blues, Folk/Americana, Acoustic
Saturday, November 17th @ 6:00pm
11/17 @ 6:00PM
Acoustic blues, roots of rock, folk, classic country and original material. My song "Roof of Hell" was awarded second place in the San Diego Songwriters Guild "Performing Songwriter Competition". It's inspired by the 200+ year old haiku by Kobayashi Issa : “In this world we walk on the roof of hell gazing at flowers” I have many years of experience performing live and enjoy interacting with audiences but I also know when not to.

Venue Details

The Roxy Encinitas Location
Address:
517 S Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas, CA
Phone:
760-230-2899
Website: