Steven Seagal Attendeed Les Paul and Friends Salut Concert
Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal City Walk
City, California, United States
February 7, 2006
Steven Seagal On Front Cover Of Latest "Vintage Guitar" Magazine
|"VINTAGE MUSIC"- NOVEMBER ISSUE
You may have seen him lay the
wood to many a bad guy on the big screen, but in our talk with actor/guitarist Steven Seagal, he shows a deep appreciation
for wood, wire, music, and the heritage of the blues. And his guitar collection will leave you agape!
He can dazzle with his Aikido
moves or whip out the meanest, grittiest blues licks this side of Chicago. And he can similarly astonish when he hands you
instrument after instrument from one of the finest axe arsenals in the world – his.
Steven Seagal Played Blues with Michael
November 9, 2005 - Romania
|Steven Seagal & Michael Bolton At The Same Stage
Steven Seagal made a surprise for his fans and Romanian music lovers,
he attended Michael Bolton's concert in Bucharest Romania.
Seagal Attended the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons Concert
October 22, 2005
|Steven Seagal Performs At The Abolition Of Nuclear Weapons Concert
Steven Seagal Sings The Blues
Martial artist/actor unveils
his musical side with new album.
star Steven Seagal is gravitating toward the Blues, gathering together an all star cas of living legends to record an album
which was produced by Seagal, will mark the actor's U.S. debut as a musical artist, and is scheduled
to be released in January 2006.
Seagal, who counts himself as a student of the Delta Blues, will sing and play guitar
alongside a who's who list of the genres pioneers including Iverson "Louisiana Red" Minter, Ruth Brown, Bo Diddley, James Cotton, Willie "Pine Top" Perkins, Willie
Smith, Calvin Jones, Bob Margolin, Hubert Sumlin, Koko Taylor, Tom Brill, "Big" George Brock, David "Honeyboy Edwards," Robert
Lockwood, Jr., "Homesick James" William Henderson and Henry Townsend.
"As a devoted musician and student
of the blues, I wanted to document the important contribution each of these amazing artists has made to our musical heritage,"
says SEAGAL. "I regret that many of the great blues icons are no longer with us, but have no doubt that their spirit will
continue to inspire all of us for generations to come."
Seagal is no stranger to the recorded world, however. His debut
album Songs From The Crystal Cave was released in France earlier this year and is awaiting release in Asia, as well. It is scheduled
to receive its U.S. release later in 2006.
Steven Seagal Gathers Remaining
Blues Pioneers Together To Record All-Star Album
STEVEN SEAGAL has assembled some
of the most vital remaining architects of blues music to record an all-star album in Memphis. As the blues community mourns
the recent loss of R.L. Burnside, Little Milton and Gatemouth Brown - who was scheduled to participate - this gathering will
preserve the legacy of significant artists and their musical heritage.
In addition to producing the project, the actor
and life-long musician will sing and play guitar with such blues pioneers as Bo Diddley, Iverson "Louisiana Red" Minter, Ruth
Brown, Bo Diddley, James Cotton, Willie "Pine Top" Perkins, Willie Smith, Calvin Jones, Bob Margolin, Hubert Sumlin, Koko
Taylor, Tom Brill, "Big" George Brock, David "Honeyboy Edwards," Robert Lockwood, Jr., "Homesick James" William Henderson,
Alternating recording sessions between Memphis'
House of Blues and Sounds Unreel studios, the blues assembly will perform a number of standards plus a few of SEAGAL's originals.
Details re the album's 2006 release are forthcoming.
October 5, 2005
STEVEN SEAGAL VISITED A FRENCH RADIO STATION,
MAY 25, 2004 - FRANCE
to promote his album "Songs From the Crystal
Cave" and played live on his guitar .
Photos: Fun Radio Station Official Site
Steven Seagal JAMS with Southern Lights!
"At a very special private function to Celebrate Life with some little angels from St. Jude's
Children's Hospital, superstar actor and guitarist Steven Seagal strapped on his Stratocaster and wailed some authentic BLUES
with Memphis' own Woody Degan and Southern Lights! We don't get to hear Woody sing the Blues too often, but it was
indeed a real treat!
OK, I know what you are thinking: "Steven Seagal is just an actor who plays guitar. He can't be
that good. Kinda like Bruce Willis, or Dan Aykroyd, or... well, you get the picture." WRONG! Seagal can really play...and
he can play with the best of them. His on screen persona may soon have to take a back seat to his mastery of blues guitar
as more fans find out what a REAL talent he is! Authentic Blues that begs comparison to some of the all-time greats! You can
hear the unmistakable influence in his style!
He will be guest performing with Woody and Southern Lights in the future!
If you have the opportunity to hear him play, don't hesitate! You won't be disappointed!"