Cole of In Layman Terms
Products Used: Cole loves his custom picks. His favorite is the full-color Acetal with a medium gauge.
“I love my custom Clayton guitar picks! My band’s name and website are printed on them. I use them instead of business cards and throw them into the crowd or hand them out when I meet people. I found out that some of the girls at my school, and kids that come to our concerts collect all of my different designs. I talk to young kids learning to play guitar and they always ask where I get my cool picks from. That is an awesome feeling!”
Cole just finished his freshman year at Berklee College of Music, and looks forward to his sophomore year this fall where he intends on majoring in Music Therapy. He is passionate about the blues, but has diverse musical tastes. His influences include but are not limited to: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Trucks, Steve Vai, and Jimi Hendrix to name a few. Cole and his sister Logan make up the duo/band, “In Layman Terms,” and have grown up making music together. They are both multi-instrumentalists and love writing original songs. 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 perform nationally as a duo, as a trio with their mother on washboard and drums, or as a full band which includes trumpet and keys. Cole is a proud inductee into The Brotherhood of the Guitar, an elite group of young guitarists from all over the world, and also appeared in a 2014 issue of Guitar Player Magazine. In Layman Terms released their first full-length CD, Tangled, in 2016, which has been getting national and international airplay since its release. To find out more about In Layman Terms, visit their website at: www.3inlaymanterms.com. ??