Steven Seagal: 'I Belong On Stage'

August 18th, 2010 10:56pm EDT

Steven Seagal Action man Steven Seagal has lashed out at critics of his music, insisting blues greats like B.B. King and Albert Collins have given him reason to believe he's good at what he does.

The "Under Siege" star has been ridiculed for playing the blues but he's not planning to put down his guitar anytime soon - especially after earning praise from his musical heroes.

Seagal tells Hustler magazine, "I've played with the greatest blues masters and legends of our time. They love, respect and praise me. That should mean f--king something.

"I've shared the stage with Albert Collins, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and B.B. King and they say I belong there... I really don't give a f--k (about the critics)."

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