Clarence Clemons Dead
June 19, 2011 by Post Team
Clarence Clemons Dead, The saxophonist’s lifetime companion Bruce Springsteen and Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band – died Saturday (June 18) due to complications from a stroke suffered severe brain almost a week earlier. Springsteen was more than just the band leader Clemons, or “boss” if you will – the two were companions, confidants, close friends … family. For nearly four decades.
In times of Clemons next Tuesday (June 14), Springsteen released an official statement, expressed support for his friend and encouraging all his fans around the world to show them that. Just hours after death Clemons’ on Saturday, Springsteen released another statement.
“Clarence lived a wonderful life,” says Springsteen. “He was within her love for the people who did love him. He created a wonderful family and extended. I loved the saxophone, loved our fans and gave everything he had every night took the stage. Their loss is immeasurable and we are honored and grateful to have known him and had the opportunity to be with him for almost forty years. He was my friend, my companion, and Clarence beside me; my band and I were able to tell a story much deeper than just within our music. His life, his memory and his love will live in history and in our band. ”
No word yet on whether Springsteen continues recording and touring with the E Street Band with this name, but one thing is certain – Clemons is simply irreplaceable.
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