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June 18, 2011
Clarence Clemons tells the story of meeting Bruce Springsteen: ”He looked at me. And I looked at him. And we fell in love.” When the sax man made his entrance into the Asbury Park club where Bruce was paying, the door literally blew off. It was a sign, guys.
21:38 // 3 years ago
The story I have told throughout my work life I could not have told as well without Clarence.
Bruce Springsteen • In the intro to Clarence Clemons’ 2009 memoir, “Big Man: Real Life & Tall Tales.” Clemons, who died of complications from a stroke today, was an iconic figure who defined the sound of the E Street Band for many. He was one of the most memorable members of the legendary band, and still held strong influence to this day, showing up on Lady Gaga’s most recent album. A piece of our hearts was lost tonight.
21:20 // 3 years ago
June 13, 2011
The beloved saxophonist of the E Street Band has had two brain surgeries since the stroke, and initially suffered paralysis on his left side, but he’s able to move his left hand now and his condition is still improving. Over the past few years, Clemons hasn’t had the best health — he’s had surgery on his hips, knees and back. Despite that, he has yet to miss a concert because he’s so passionate about making people happy. Recently, Clemons guested on Lady Gaga’s new album “Born this Way.” Here’s hoping he gets better and gets back to what so many people love him for — making music. source
13:31 // 3 years ago