He plays the guitar. He plays the fiddle. He plays the banjo. He plays the piano. He plays the harmonica – get this – stuck straight into his mouth like a thermometer. But Blind Boy Paxton doesn’t have a fever: He’s got the blues. And there’s never been a case this bad (or this good) since the days of Blind Lemon Jefferson and Lead Belly. Specializing in ragtime, ’20s jazz and Dust Bowl-era blues, Paxton looks like he stepped right out of history. But he’s only in his twenties and already one of today’s most exciting musicians, recently featured on the cover of Living Blues with the headline “The Next Generation of the Acoustic Blues.” Hear the past, present and future combined when this supremely gifted musician plays B.B. King Blues Club.