Clarence Clemons – Rest In Peace


Clarence Clemons – It’s a sad feeling in the world of Rock and Roll for the legendary saxophonist Clarence Clemons has passed away on Saturday, June 18th, 2011, at the age of 69. Clarence suffered a stroke on Sunday, June 12th. Forever loved for his saxophone talents with The E Street Band and Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, Clarence released several successful solo albums as well. Clarence Clemons also played saxophone for Gary U.S. Bonds and Ringo Starr And His All-Star Band. Clarence was also an accomplished vocalist and percussionist.

Metal Odyssey extends condolences to the family, friends, bandmates and fans of Clarence Clemons.

* Top album cover photo: Clarence Clemons And The Red Bank Robbers – Rescue (1983 – Tristar).

Rest In Peace, Clarence Clemons.

1942 – 2011

Stone.

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2 Responses to “Clarence Clemons – Rest In Peace”

  1. Having grown up in New Jersey, I couldn’t help but to admire this great saxophonist. Tragic though, another great rocker goes to the great gig in the sky. Not to upstage you, but Clarence played on the song “Be Cruel to Your School” by Twisted Sister.
    Clarence Clemmens R.I.P.

    • metalodyssey Says:

      By no means are you doing an upstage with this Rock historic info! I just flat out forgot about Clarence and his Twisted Sister “connection”. Having input like this only makes it better my Metal buddy. :)

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