Last night Bruce Springsteen went to a JT Bowen and The Sensational Soul Cruisers show in a small bar in Asbury Park, NJ where the late Clarence Clemons’ son Nick was the opening act. Luckily for anyone who happened to be there, The Boss had no intention of just watching. Springsteen jumped on stage and played a 45 minute set of some of his earliest songs in tribute to his friend. Thank god someone was there to record some of it.
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Everyone knows 2011 is the Summer of the Sax with both Lady GaGa and Katy Perry featuring the instrument in their respective song of the summer contenders as well as the very unfortunate passing of Clarence Clemons happening only a mere few weeks ago. To help the Summer of the Sax along I compiled a list of sax faces simply because that sounds and looks a lot like something else.
Tax faces! Not tax faces…those aren’t saxxy enough. Ok I’ll stop.
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According to this article from www.mycentraljersey.com, Clemons’ condition appears to be stable, and a neurologist with Meridian Neuroscience, Dr. Stephen Martino, had the following to say about the stroke that Clemons suffered.
Clarence Clemons reportedly suffered a stroke and is said to be “seriously ill.” Here are a few things you may not know about Bruce Springsteen’s saxophonist.