Learn About Clarence Clemons
Clarence Clemons is a music legend and a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. He spent 30 years “back to back” with Bruce Springsteen as a founding member of the E Street Band. When not fronting the E Street Band, he played shows across the world with The Grateful Dead and Ringo Starr’s All Star Band as well as collaborating with industry titans like Aretha Franklin, Jackson Browne and Lady Gaga.
Clarence also enjoyed critical acclaim with his band, Clarence Clemons and the Red Bank Rockers.
When your nickname is the “BIG MAN” it helps that you are 6’5” tall and over 250 LBS! However, Clarence Clemons didn’t get his nickname just because of his stature…he earned it through the bigness of his personality and generosity of his heart. He was a true original that loved to share his passion for living life to the fullest.
To this day, through his family, his friends, his band mates and his rich and raucous sax solos, the Big Man remains an inspiration to everyone seeking to overcome the challenges of a limited life by stretching boundaries and following their passion.
A message of hope that still resonates today.