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In Layman Terms

Rank #1 US Williamsburg, VA Blues / Classic Rock / MORE!

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Sounds Like: Joe Bonamassa, Bonnie Raitt, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Janis Joplin

Bio: "In Layman Terms" is a sibling duo hailing from Williamsburg, Virginia. They have a passion for the blues and write original, foot stomping music. Cole Layman, 16, and Logan Layman, 13, have been making music together for as long as they can remember. Their chilling vocal harmonies and unique use... See Full Bio

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    Jul 12

    Rockland, ME, US | 8:00pm
    Sat Jul 12 8:00pm


    Festival Dates July 12 & 13 2014 Festival Hotline: 207-691-2248 Festival Location: Public Landing 275 Main St., Rockland, Maine http://www.northatlanticbluesfestival.com/info/

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    Jul 13

    Rockland, ME, US | 11:00am
    Sun Jul 13 11:00am



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    Aug 27

    Virginia Beach, VA, US | 8:00pm
    Virginia Beach, VA, US
    Wed Aug 27 8:00pm


    More exciting details forthcoming!

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    Aug 28

    Virginia Beach, VA, US | 8:00pm
    Virginia Beach, VA, US
    Thu Aug 28 8:00pm


    More exciting details forthcoming.

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    Sep 5

    Virginia Beach, VA, US | 6:00pm
    Blues at the Beach Festival
    Virginia Beach, VA, US
    Fri Sep 05 6:00pm


    Blues at the Beach Festival features two days of concerts on an outdoor stage. Local, regional, and nationally-recognized Blues acts share the stage for a riveting and heartfelt tribute to the sights, sounds, and soul of the American experience. Local & National headliners have brought their intensity and knockout live performances to Virginia Beach. Performers who are talented writers, singers, and guitar players have appeared at the festival and enthralled Blues enthusiasts of all ages. Instrumental workshops led by Natchel’ Blues Network personnel and festival performers plus a Blues Dance Workshop are offered free to attendees. Rain or shine!

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  • Guitarzan and the Fretters (Artist) Guitarzan and the Fre...
    Great sound, Excellent vocals and Great guitar.
  • Slam Horse (Artist) Slam Horse
    Awesome talent here--lovin' your blues sound! Enjoyed your vocal and instrumental skills! Well done! All the best! --Slam Horse
  • MikeWhitePresents (Artist) MikeWhitePresents
    killer talents on show here guys..you got such a rich, rockin and fresh energy to these blues-driven tunes..loving the catchy, toe-tapping joy of "don't even try"..you guys dese...
  • Sonny Boy Baker (Artist) Sonny Boy Baker
    Awesome vocals and musicians, make for some fantastic blues.
  • MykoMan (Artist) MykoMan
    "Don't Even Try" is a great tune! Enjoying my listen here. Stop by when you get a chance , listen to a tune. let us know what you think.It would be greatly appreciated ~Myk...
  • Shine! Shine!! Shine!!! (Artist) Shine! Shine!! Shine!!!
    loving it all! Love shine!!!
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