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Julie in the rv mirror
19 Jun 2011, 02:35
So long, Big Man...you will be missed. :(

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/19/arts/music/clarence-clemons-e-street-band-saxophonist-dies-at-69.html?_r=2&hp

Wario
19 Jun 2011, 03:08
That.... cant be true.

RIP. Bruce must be devistated

Julie in the rv mirror
19 Jun 2011, 05:40
That's the first thing I thought, too, Wario...

Sadly, it is true.:(

But, I have lots of great memories, like this one...:D
(My favorite Bruce song)

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BostonAngel
19 Jun 2011, 05:58
So sad. He is a music legend who will be greatly missed.

A Slice Of English
19 Jun 2011, 06:49
Damn that sucks. You could always rely on Clarence for some kick-ass brass on a Bruce track. RIP big man.

AndyK
19 Jun 2011, 10:16
A true hero.

They'll make a change in heaven now the Big Man's joined the band!

Rock In Peace Clarence.

AndrewG
19 Jun 2011, 12:36
Rest in peace Big Man, a true rock and roll hero, a lover of life, people and music, the only three things which really matter.

The Flying Mouse
19 Jun 2011, 13:47
:twisted: RIP.
Gabe's horn section just got that little bit more awesome.

dottie
19 Jun 2011, 17:11
It is with great sadness today that I learnt of the passing of Clarence Clemons Saxophinist with the E Street Band.. I had the pleasure of seeing Clarence at Earls Court with The Boss and the original members of the E Street Band some years ago..

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory?id=13879041

Go watch "The Sun aint going to Shine any more" by Clarence on You Tube...

Truly magnificient...

tribrats
19 Jun 2011, 17:20
Just like Dizzy Giilespie, Clemons was a name any true music lover knew.

RIP!

Vickip
19 Jun 2011, 17:48
Rest in peace Big Man, a true rock and roll hero, a lover of life, people and music, the only three things which really matter.

Very well said Andrew. He was a true legend .. and may he now rest in peace :(

stretch37
19 Jun 2011, 18:30
RIP Clarence, you were amazing, I loved watching you play and the band will not ever be the same without you.

byo1975
19 Jun 2011, 22:35
RIP :(:(

LucyK!
20 Jun 2011, 18:42
Just devasting, I feel lucky and honoured to have seen Clarence as many times as we did, the world will be a lesser place without the Big Man :(

allrevvedup
20 Jun 2011, 19:14
Very sad, had not long finished his autobiography and it does go into great length as to how close he and Springsteen were.

It did also document how much pain he had been in between the knee, hip and back operations.

Steve6
27 Jun 2011, 22:57
This was very very sad...Will be missed and remembered for many years to come.