NEWSFLASH!!! - Brandon hits New Orleans!

11 year old child guitar prodigy Brandon Niederauer arrived in NOLA on Wednesday afternoon. First stop was the Oak Street Block Party, where he sat in with Tony Hall, Eric Krasno, and Adam Deitch for Voodoo Child. Then, it was off to a birthday dinner with Col. Bruce Hampton. After dinner, it was off to the French Quarter where the youthful guitar wizard sat in for several songs with the one and only TROMBONE SHORTY. And that's all in the first 6 hours! Stay tuned for more info!  Click "Read more" below to see photos!

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Question Of The Day

Question of the day: What do musicians Cyril Neville, Butch Trucks, Stanley Jordan, Victor Wooten, Kofi Burbridge, Bill Evans, Col. Bruce Hampton, Gregg Allman, Eric Krasno, Oteil Burbridge, Luther Dickinson, and Warren Haynes all have in common?

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(VIDEO) Brandon Neiderauer - New York w/ Billy Iuso

Last night. New York City. New Orleans own Billy Iuso plays at the Highline Ballroom joined on stage by my child prodigy discovery of 2013...BRANDON NIEDERAUER! - Brandon comes alive - Again!  Click "Read More" below to watch video of this spectacular kid!

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A Train's a' Comin!

Taking time off from my complicated healing process to promote...who else? My 11 year old child prodigy...BRANDON! - Click "Read More" below to see photos from last weekend sitting in with George Porter at the Tampa Bay Blues Festival. Tonight, he's in Brooklyn, New York sitting in with The Revivalists! Go Brandon! - New Orleans, get ready...He arrives here in less than 2 weeks. People get ready...There's a train a comin!

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New Orleans photographer Sidney Smith talks about Allman Bros, Paul McCartney & Brandon Niederauer

"You have to understand that in New Orleans, music is way more than just a part of life. It’s a city of music. It’s the birthplace of Jazz. We are a melting pot of different cultures and musical tastes."

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