R.I.P The Big Man, Home › Forum › Chat Forum › R.I.P The Big Man, Viewing 21 posts - 1 through 21 (of 21 total) R.I.P The Big Man, boxelderSubscriber Give us a clue Posted 6 years ago konabunnyMember http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-13827267 ? Posted 6 years ago matt_blMember Clarence Clemons, sax player in Bruce Springsteens ‘E-Street’ band amongst other things. R.I.P. Posted 6 years ago fatboysloMember Jungleland Posted 6 years ago shootermanMember Lifelong Springsteen fan here. Very sad news indeed. Glad I went to see him last time he was in the country. Posted 6 years ago neilsonwheelsMember Who? Posted 6 years ago trailmonkeyMember i thought this was going to be a really introspective Nietzsche fest, Posted 6 years ago fatboysloMember Sad Sad news to wake up this morning. Thank you for the music Posted 6 years ago geetee1972Member Burce Steelspring died apparently. Posted 6 years ago meehajaMember Clarence Clemmons… Great man great musician. Posted 6 years ago nickhartMember and a big man joined the band. he’ll be playing when i’m being buried/cremated/chucked overboard/wiped up! sad day indeed Posted 6 years ago curtisthecatSubscriber Sad news, RIP Big Man Posted 6 years ago surferMember Sad to hear this. Had the good fortune to see him twice, Notts and Leeds many years ago. Posted 6 years ago matthewjbSubscriber Sad news indeed. I knew he had a stroke last week but the reports were that he was stable and people were talking about recovery. Great character. There can’t be many people who’ve played with Springsteen and Lady Gaga! Posted 6 years ago teagirlMember Truely sad news, what a great musician. Saw him, and them, in Sheffield late 80’s, most memorable gig ever. RIP, Clarence xx Posted 6 years ago tadeuszkriegerMember Played with him twice, great musician, great man…. humble and funny as hell with it as well. Posted 6 years ago BigButSlimmerBlokeMember Saw him a couple of times – Wembley Arena for The River tour (umm 84?) being an absolutely standout performance from the whole band, but the sax on Jungleland, words fail me, they really do. Posted 6 years ago jimsterMember Sad news indeed…..RIP Clarence. Will be truly missed. Posted 6 years ago skinnysteelMember Heard the news this morning. Great memories of him hamming it up with the Boss on the ’81 tour. Mrs out so I’m spending the night reliving those glory days. RIP Big Man. Posted 6 years ago mav12Member Played with him twice, great musician, great man…. humble and funny as hell with it as well. Wow did you meet the boss Posted 6 years ago grumMember Thought this was going to be about… [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8yQIg7ydbg[/video] Posted 6 years ago Viewing 21 posts - 1 through 21 (of 21 total) The topic ‘R.I.P The Big Man,’ is closed to new replies.