Bruce Springsteen - Bruce Springsteen Posts Clarence Clemons Eulogy Online

Bruce Springsteen has posted the emotional eulogy he read at the funeral of his close pal Clarence Clemons online for fans to read in full.
The rocker's longtime E Street Band saxophonist passed away earlier this month (Jun11) aged 69 after suffering a stroke.
More than 150 friends and family gathered in Palm Beach, Florida to say their final farewells to the sax legend, and Springsteen stood in front of mourners to deliver a fitting tribute to his late friend.
Now The Boss has uploaded a "slightly revised" version of his eulogy on his official website BruceSpringsteen.net.
He writes, "This is a slightly revised version of the eulogy I delivered for Clarence at his memorial. I'd like to thank all our fans and friends who have comforted us over the past difficult weeks. For The Big Man."


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