Clarence Clemons Tribute by Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen via Bob Dylan
We lost the Big Man this weekend.
Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen's saxophone player -- and the heart and soul of The E St. Band -- went to the great gig in the sky and will be sadly missed by all who witnessed his giant humanitarian musicalness.
We were fortunate to see Clarence and Bruce play together before Clarence's hometown family in Norfolk, VA on the Born to Run tour in 1978. Magic, love and pandemonium come to mind of the memories as they waded deep into the crowd together to jam with their adoringly proud Clemons family.
Here's Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen on Bob Dylan's "All Along The Watchtower" Tribute by Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen from the Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN during the Vote for Change concerts in October 2004.
Watch Neil and Bruce pay tribute to Clarence starting about 3:15 min.
Thanks bnbrainer on Bad News Beat!
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More on Vote for Change concerts.
Also, see Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young: The Difference in Greatness.