Clarence Clemons Dies, Lady Gaga Fans
June 20, 2011 by Post Team
Clarence Clemons Dies Lady Gaga, Saxophonist Clarence Clemons died Saturday, June 18, 2011 from complications of a stroke. Better known as “The Big Man” and a prominent member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Clemons was 69. But tonight is not only the fans of Springsteen, who are mourning the death of this musical legend – Lady Gaga Twitter fans are about his death.
Clarence played the saxophone in the recently released single of Lady Gaga, “The Edge of Glory.” Fans of Lady Gaga, known as “little monsters” are tweeting “RIP” and words of support from the singer’s death, with a fan, which states “Gaga reportedly returned to her hotel in tears when he heard the news about her friend. ”
The blog, “LittleMonster101″ pays tribute to Clarence Clemons and how his death is related to ‘The Edge of Glory “song:
“It was a good man and an expert on the saxophone. Canci? N latest Clarence was the brink of glory, with Lady Gaga. The saxophone is what makes the song. Definitely not be the same without Clarence. The edge of meaning of Glory is about to step, which is very ironic. ” – LittleMonster101
Lady Gaga has not updated her Twitter in several hours. His last tweet was about the MuchMusic Awards on Sunday. The fans seem to be waiting for her statement on the death of Clemons.
Clemons website has been inaccessible ClarenceClemons.com since the news of his death spread through the web tonight.
A notice that the site has exceeded its bandwidth has been showing the place of the website because many fans trying to access the site to recall this great musician. Rest in peace, Clarence Clemons.
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