One of the world's best saxophonist Clarence Clemons last breath due to complications suffered from a stroke. Clarence Clemons last breath at the age of 69 years in hospitals in Palm Beach on Saturday (18/06).

Starting in early 1972, Clemons has an important role in the musical group Bruce Spingsteen, where he could complete electric guitar sound and rhythm in the song Born to Run and Tenth Avenue Freeze Out with the full force his saxophone skill.

One of the most famous works of this man is a game of the saxophone solo in the song Jungleland. The death of the man known by the nickname The Big Man is getting attention from around the world until the time to fill one of the world's trending topics.

Aside from being a musician, this man had also played in several films such as NEW YORK, and BILL & TED EXCELLENT ADVENTURE. He was also briefly appeared as a cameo in several television series such as The Simpsons and THE WIRE.

Clemons himself suffered a stroke on 12 then. After being taken to hospital and received medical treatment for several days, on June 18, 2011 yesterday, his life beyond help.

Clarence Clemons


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