The rarest of all musical prodigies are blues prodigies. For while the most precocious children can master the technical aspects of performing, no amount of technique can make up for the emotional pain and world-weary experience at the heart of the blues. That’s why “King” Solomon Hicks is so supremely special. From when he first played the Apollo at age 13, the music of this jazz/blues guitarist, singer and composer has been both technically excellent and emotionally mature. Beyond jazz and the blues, this extremely adventurous musician folds in classical, gospel, R&B, funk and classic rock into his very powerful sound. Now the 20-year-old wunderkind, nicknamed “Little B.B.” by his fans in Harlem, comes to play the home of “Big B.B.” Experience this incredible artist live at B.B. King Blues Club.