A week and a half ago, Bruce Springsteen's buddy and E Street Band sax player Clarence Clemons died in a Palm Beach hospital from complications following a massive stroke. He was 69 years old. Yesterday, the Boss honored the Big Man by posting his eulogy to brucespringsteen.net. And last night a ... More >>
It took a week to make it onto the web, but you can finally read Bruce Springsteen's eulogy for saxophonist Clarence Clemons in which he called Clemons "the man with a Ph.D. in saxual healing ... the next black president of the United States even though he's dead." Clemons died June 18 from stro ... More >>
The Big Man has died. On June 12, Bruce Springsteen's good friend and longtime E Street Band saxophone player Clarence Clemons suffered a massive stroke at his home in Singer Island, Florida. He was immediately rushed to the hospital, where two brain surgeries were performed to stop cranial blee ... More >>
Have you ever heard from someone who went to a Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band concert and left unsatisfied? The Boss' fans are rabid, and his shows are legendary, often culminating in three hour sets spanning his entire 40-plus-years' catalog. His previously announced tour did not have a st ... More >>
The band might headline a Hard Rock festival overseas.
Yes, there are more local band battles than you can shake a stick at, but the Fort Lauderdale-based Ghost of Gloria is poised, possibly, to win a big-deal national one. The Hard Rock chain has, over the past few months, sponsored its own "Ambassadors of Rock" series. Hard Rock Cafes across the count ... More >>
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