Clarence Clemons died of a stroke June 18 and the tributes for the Big Man continue, including a heartfelt statement Bruce Springsteen posted on his website. Clemons, who was a founding member of Springsteen's E Street Band, also will be honored on SirusXM's Underground Garage, channel 21, today (7/1) at 7 p.m. ET.
Bruce Springsteen and his wife, Patti Scialfa, members of the E Steet Band, and Jackson Browne were among the friends and family attending a private service Tuesday (6/21) for E Street Band sax player Clarence Clemons, who died Saturday (12/18) at a Florida hospital.
At the close of U2's final Southern California show on Saturday (6/18), Bono called on the audience to remember Clarence Clemons with the light of a packed stadium's cell phones and a request to "think about the beautiful, symphonic sound that came out of one mans saxophone."
Clarence Clemons, whose growling saxophone, large stature and booming personality were core elements of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band for nearly four decades, died Saturday night (6/18) of complications from a recent stroke. He was 69.
Clarence Clemons, the Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band member who suffered a serious stroke on Sunday (6/12), has been on the receiving end of YouTube get-well wishes from Lady Gaga and her fans, a.k.a. "Little Monsters."