Remembering Clarence Clemons

Friday, June 24, 2011

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Clarence Clemons (Kevin Winter/Getty)

The music world lost a legend last week when Clarence Clemons, the saxophone player in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, died at the age of 69. NPR Music's Ann Powers talks about the symbolism of one of rock's great sidemen.

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beth from princeton nj

the eulogy (which was just posted on brucespringsteen.net) that bruce gave certainly supports the opinions in this story re: race and its significance in their relationship.
"the next black president of the united states, even though he's dead"!!!

Jun. 30 2011 08:19 AM

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