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Music 2014 Blues Music Tour

Discussion in 'News' started by Administrator, Mar 7, 2014.

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  1. gazzashiatsu

    gazzashiatsu New Member

    his mic was low in liverpool. no vocal at all on 1st song! he does mumble tho as we know :/
     
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  2. One thing I did notice was his accent, or rather lack thereof. Recently he's affected a deep Southern drawl in several of his movies, but actually, in person, he doesn't really speak like that at all. He speaks like he did back in the days of Under Siege / On Deadly Ground. So I'm wondering where this odd accent idea came from, and why it only exists in his movie personas...

    Anyways, I repeatedly shouted Under Siege 3 at him whenever the opportunity arose (I was standing right at the front) which was at least marginally more useful than the chants of some of the others ("Go Mason Storm!", "Take me to the blood bank!") though probably equally funny, in that it'll likely never happen.

    Kudos to him for his commitment to the band, though. It certainly can't be about the money - most of these locations aren't going to actually give him more than a few thousand - and, if it was, there was no way he would have played/performed as enthusiastically, or for as long.

    Pity I was probably the only 30-something person in the audience, and that the 20-something barmaid at the pub a down the road had no idea who "Steven Seagal" was, in spite of the fact that he was playing that night, and was in the town newspaper!

    If Seagal doesn't do US3, or commit to a few more mainstream cameo roles (Exp4, Machete 3) he's not even going to be remembered at the level of Norris (who at least has those ridiculous Norris jokes that everybody knows), in the future... although I've made a personal effort to change this by teaching my 18 month old daughter to respond to me shouting "Steven Seagal" at her by swiping her hands together in a circular motion a little like Seagal did throughout the fight scenes in The Foreigner.
     
  3. gazzashiatsu

    gazzashiatsu New Member

    i guess the accent, could be his way of detaching himself,when playing a roll? who knows?
    he certainly wont make any money on these uk gigs. i didnt see any merch for sale, which is normally a great money earner for artists.
     
  4. gazzashiatsu

    gazzashiatsu New Member

    enjoy guys...full show here. for the doubt'ers man he can play! :D
     
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  5. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Thanks buddy! Awesome!
     
  6. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    It seems the tour has not ended yet. last weekend Steven played in Sevastopol!

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  7. DiDa

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  8. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Didn't release that Sevastopol is in Krimea. There also was a pro-russian flag on the stage. Not a smart move from Seagal, regarding to the MH17 crash....
     
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  10. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Next concert: Montenegro, August 16
     
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  11. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    I was watching the news here in Holland and Steven was on it because of the fact that he played for the pro-Russian seperatists and received a shirt with Putin 0n it. They killed a whole plane with 300 people in it and Steven is playing for them. Not smart for his image.
     
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    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

     
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  13. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Official statement from Steven Seagal about the concert in Crimea:

    I am once again deeply saddened by the poor quality of some global journalism when inaccurately reporting on my concert in Sevastopol over the weekend.

    There was no glorification of war or political motives during the concert which had been booked for many months beforehand.

    Also it was incorrectly stated that I had broken US State Dept sanctions by ...traveling to Sebastopol but at present there are no prohibitions for Americans to travel to Sebastopol.

    It was also reported that there were Radical flags placed on the stage whilst I was performing this is simply not true and we have photos & film proving this is inaccurate.

    I was handed a T-shirt and I raised it up as a gesture of goodwill.

    I am an actor and a musician and we were there for the love of Blues music and nothing else.

    I want to thank the organizers and all those decent kind peaceful people who attended and enjoyed both the music and the event.

    Sadly we live in a world where any form of innocence can be twisted for sensational headlines and maybe dark political motives?.

    However I feel both my loyal worldwide fans and other free thinking people know this was just a good old fashioned blues concert.

    Love and peace to you all

    Steven Seagal
     
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  14. Flitskikker

    Flitskikker New Member

    I was there as well (at the Dutch gig)! It was actually a surprise gift from my friends (they know I'm a Seagal fan). I didn't know 10 minutes before the start. :p

    Great music! While I usually listen to electronic music, I really liked it.

    Here you go. :D I took one of my business cards and got lucky.

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    I wanted to take picture with him, but too bad it was too crowded for that. But...

    ...we waited a little longer (after Steven and the rest of the crowd had left) and asked the staff if the beautiful singer was still there. She was! She, and the drummer, were happy to step outside for a chat and a picture! :D (There are more people on it, so I can DM it if you want to see it.)
     
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