VICKSBURG, Miss.– Soul-Blues singer Marvin Sease has died at age 64 after a lengthy illness. James Jefferson, owner of Jefferson Funeral Home in Vicksburg, said Sease died Tuesday at River Region Medical Center in Vicksburg.

Marvin Sease, a blues and soul singer well-known for his 1980s hit “Candy Licker”.

Sease is survived by his wife, five sons, four daughters and one stepdaughter.



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