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Blues Boy is making impact.

IT'S not often that a timeless musician such as Blind Boy Paxton comes along so when they do, they are not to be missed.

From the sound, you could easily be misled into thinking Jerron 'Blind Boy' Paxton is some aging blues crooner somehow still gigging on the music scene from the early 1920s.

But at 25, Blind Boy Paxton is in his prime. With high profile shows in the country and blues circuit already under his belt it won't be long until we see his name on the like of Jools Holland or being whispered across the airwaves of BBC Radio.

Blind Boy Paxton plays Telford's Warehouse on Tuesday, November 3, supported by Jon Coley. Tickets PS12 from or 01244 390 090.


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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Aug 7, 2015
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