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February 16, 1946 - February 8, 2011
| Age 64
The Associated Press
VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) — Marvin Sease, a blues and soul singer known for his 1980s hit "Candy Licker," has died after a lengthy illness. He was 64.
James Jefferson, owner of Jefferson Funeral Home in Vicksburg, Miss., says Sease died Tuesday at River Region Medical Center.
Sease was born in Blacksville, S.C.
Brett Bonner, editor of Living Blues Magazine, says Sease started in gospel music in South Carolina before moving to New York and eventually...
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"To the late Marvin Sease family I didn't know him personally but I wish I did because he was a great r&b singer from the south I am from North Caroline now living in phila ..."
"Mr sease/may you rest in peace/you were the best who ever did it! We (your many fans)will surely miss you.Thank you for the music!"
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