Long Island guitar prodigy Brandon “Taz” Niederaurer will perform live to a limited audience with a live webcast at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock.
Almost at the age of 18, Taz has already come a long way in his career and musical journey. At eight years old he felt connected playing guitar after watching School of Rock and hearing his father’s music collection. At 10 years old he made his television debut and appeared on the Ellen Show. Fatefully in 2015, he played the role of Zack Mooneyham in Anthony Lloyd Webber’s Broadway Production of School of Rock.
Taz has shared the stage with many notorious artists such as Lady Gaga, Slash, some members of the Allman Brothers Band, The String Cheese Incident and many more. He performed in two more productions by Webber in 2018 and had a role on the Netflix series for Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It. Recently he performed a guitar solo of the national anthem for the AFC title game this year.
Taz has performed on many stages already and now he is heading to the Levon Helm Studios, also known as The Barn. The Barn was the home and recording studio for famous drummer Levon Helm best known for his work in The Band and his other band Midnight Ramble. Even though he passed in 2012, the legacy of his studio is ongoing.
Tickets for Taz’s performance are sold in pairs and every pair will be socially distanced. The cost for reserved seating stands at $60, standing room is $40 and for the webcast tickets are $15 but for VIP it costs $40. Tickets for the webcast are already on sale and the tickets for the public are on sale on March 19. The show is on April 2 and begins at 8 p.m.