Yes, Steven Seagal, plays the blues! Steven is a legendary guitar player that chose to focus on an acting career until a few years ago. His style of classic and modern blues is personified in a way that only Steven Seagal can accomplish. His natural talent and commitment to create the blues true to tradition, meaningful and "soul" touching is evident in the music he writes and plays.
Steven received his first guitar at the age of 12 and has been playing the blues since. He has honed his craft over the years, sharing his love for the blues and jamming with the most prolific blues legends in the industry, whenever his illustrious acting career permitted.
Steven's mother influenced him always urging him to "let the world hear his music." After she passed away, he released his first album, Songs from The Crystal Cave. He always felt connected to the blues and at last he honored his mother's wish and shared the blues from the depth of his soul. His many successes combined with personal tragedies could have broken a weaker man. Steven Seagal feels deeply - he feels joy and he feels the blues. Fortunately Steven Seagal has a strong belief system. He will always "overcome." No wonder his version of the blues is so uplifting.
Seagal songs have been featured in several of his movies (such as Fire Down Below and Ticker). Songs from the Crystal Cave, which has a mix of pop, world, country and blues music features duets with Tony Rebel, Lt. Stichie, Lady Saw, and Stevie Wonder. The sound track to Seagal's 2005 film, Into the Sun, features several songs from the album. One of his album tracks, "Girl It's Alright," was also released as a single around the world alongside an accompanying music video created for it.