Clarence Clemons Fights Back After Stroke
ultimateclassicrock.com reports Clarence Clemons – saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band – suffered a serious stroke Monday night.
He suffered from partial paralysis on his left side and now he is in stable but serious condition at a hospital in Florida. Clarence has already undergone two brain surgeries and his vital signs are improving.
Clarence – age 69 – is an original member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, and has performed with Bruce for the past 40 years.
Our thoughts go out to Clarence and his family.