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Steven Seagal’s Estonia Blues Gig Canceled

Steven Seagal’s Estonia Blues Gig Canceled

By Mike Fossum July 29, 2014

Concert organizers for the Tallinn, Estonia “Augustibluus” summer blues festival axed action star Steven Seagal’s time slot due to his pro-Russia/Vladimir Putin leanings. Back in March while filming a movie in Romania, actor, film producer, screenwriter, director, martial artist, musician …

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US Imposes Sanctions on Russia Due to Crimean Crisis

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US Navy insists move is part of routine procedure

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Hilary Clinton Not Backing Down From Putin Comments

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