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All the Shows You Need to Catch at Garcia's This March


Child prodigies in music seem like an antiquated idea, as old-fashioned as Mozart. But when a young musician as brilliant as Brandon “TAZ” Niederauer comes around, socks are usually knocked off, whether you like it or not. The 14-year-old guitarist is far from a gimmick, having played across the country with some of music’s most idolized icons, including Buddy Guy, Stevie Nicks, George Clinton, and the Allman Brothers Band’s Derek Trucks (who himself was a master of his art at a very young age).  

I mean, this kid has some serious chops, pulling inspiration from deep inside his soul unlike many other musicians on the scene these days. If you’d like to judge for yourself, head to The Capitol Theatre’s famed bar Garcia’s on March 31 to catch TAZ shred for a 50th anniversary celebration of Jimi Hendrix’s third studio album Electric Ladyland.

March 31 too far off? Don’t fret, Garcia’s has a fiery lineup set all month long, from the funk-fueled eight-piece brass ensemble The Soul Rebels (with the Jay-Z’s RocNation-signed Victory as support) to the spontaneous and electronic-infused Dave Harrington/Joe Russo Duo and more. For a full look at what’s to come check out the schedule below (our recommended shows in bold), or head to the Garcia’s events calendar here.


Sunday, March 4: Dave Harrington / Joe Russo Duo

Saturday, March 10: The Music of The Rolling Stones for Kids

Saturday March 17: Go 90s with The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air

Wednesday, March 21: The Soul Rebels with Victory

Friday, March 23: Funky Dawgz Brass Band (Lettuce with The Motet Pre-Show)

Saturday, March 24: DJ Jazzy Jay (Lettuce with The Motet Pre-Show)

Sunday, March 25: Sunday Afternoon Jams with Ronald Reggae

Tuesday, March 27: Tuesday Night Rocks: Striven, Carbon, and Emily Angell

Friday, March 30: Space Bacon with Sky Daddy

Saturday, March 31: TAZ Plays Jimi: A 50th Anniversary Celebration of Electric Ladyland, with Very Special Guests

Tuesday, April 3: Tiger Rose

Wednesday, April 18: The Spadtastics


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