In Layman Terms at Kilmarnock Brewhaus

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In Layman Terms at Kilmarnock Brewhaus

Mar 16, 2019 7:30 pm - Mar 16, 2019 10:30 pm

Cole and Logan Layman have grown up making music together.   In 2015 they met Hamed Barbarji, and this would be the beginning of an amazing friendship and a passionate collaboration!  Nick Davidson joined the band in 2017 to complete this solid outfit. The band members are multi-instrumentalists and write original music.  Their unique and diverse sound ranges from gritty, foot-stomping acoustic work, to an electrified big-band sound.  There are Americana undertones and a hint of modern flair in their music.  They are excited to be releasing a new album titled “Strong Roots,” which will be released this fall.

The band may be young, but they are experienced and they are not strangers to accolades.  The siblings have performed Nationally as a duo, and Hamed is an International performer.  Nick has played up and down the East Coast. Logan was named Veer Magazine’s Emerging Artist of the Year in 2015.  She was the Sea Level Singer/Songwriter’s Emerging Artist of the year in 2014.   In 2013, she was named “Blues Kid of the Year.”  Logan endorses Ernie Ball basses, and was featured in Bass Player magazine in 2016. Cole endorses Steve Clayton custom guitar pics. Cole and Logan both endorse Farmer Foot Drums. Cole and Logan are proud inductees into The Brotherhood of the Guitar, an elite group of young guitarists from all over the world.  They appeared together in the August, 2014 issue of Guitar Player Magazine.  In Layman Terms’ Debut album received rave reviews and has been played on radio stations all over the country and internationally.

“If you haven’t seen them live at either a club or a festival, these young guns of the blues are about 18 and 15 years old and they play like they’ve been in the business 40 years or more. Cole is a guitar wizard of the first order who drives the music and his younger sister Logan has great chops on the bass. But it’s her voice – oh my God that voice – that sounds like it’s connected to all the great blues singers of the past and you just can’t believe that this incredible voice is coming out of a barely five feet tall teenager.”

— John Porter, Professor Johny P’s Juke Joint

In Layman Terms at Kilmarnock Brewhaus

Mar 16, 2019 7:30 pm - Mar 16, 2019 10:30 pm

Cole and Logan Layman have grown up making music together.   In 2015 they met Hamed Barbarji, and this would be the beginning of an amazing friendship and a passionate collaboration!  Nick Davidson joined the band in 2017 to complete this solid outfit. The band members are multi-instrumentalists and write original music.  Their unique and diverse sound ranges from gritty, foot-stomping acoustic work, to an electrified big-band sound.  There are Americana undertones and a hint of modern flair in their music.  They are excited to be releasing a new album titled “Strong Roots,” which will be released this fall.

The band may be young, but they are experienced and they are not strangers to accolades.  The siblings have performed Nationally as a duo, and Hamed is an International performer.  Nick has played up and down the East Coast. Logan was named Veer Magazine’s Emerging Artist of the Year in 2015.  She was the Sea Level Singer/Songwriter’s Emerging Artist of the year in 2014.   In 2013, she was named “Blues Kid of the Year.”  Logan endorses Ernie Ball basses, and was featured in Bass Player magazine in 2016. Cole endorses Steve Clayton custom guitar pics. Cole and Logan both endorse Farmer Foot Drums. Cole and Logan are proud inductees into The Brotherhood of the Guitar, an elite group of young guitarists from all over the world.  They appeared together in the August, 2014 issue of Guitar Player Magazine.  In Layman Terms’ Debut album received rave reviews and has been played on radio stations all over the country and internationally.

“If you haven’t seen them live at either a club or a festival, these young guns of the blues are about 18 and 15 years old and they play like they’ve been in the business 40 years or more. Cole is a guitar wizard of the first order who drives the music and his younger sister Logan has great chops on the bass. But it’s her voice – oh my God that voice – that sounds like it’s connected to all the great blues singers of the past and you just can’t believe that this incredible voice is coming out of a barely five feet tall teenager.”

— John Porter, Professor Johny P’s Juke Joint

Location

Kilmarnock Brewhaus

44 West Church St., Kilmarnock, VA 22482

Organizer

Kilmarnock Brewhaus

(804) 436-5174

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