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Member of E Street Band Suffers Stroke

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Rolling Stone magazine has confirmed reports that Clarence Clemons has suffered a stroke. The news broke Sunday evening at 411.com, that Clemons was “seriously ill after a stroke at his home in Florida.” The magazine also reported that they had no information on the severity of the stroke, but have independently confirmed that the E Street Band saxophonist had suffered a stroke.  Clemons has recently gone through a series of medical ailments – mostly involving his back and knees – over the past decade. The problem with his knees and back hasn’t caused him to miss any concerts, but he has suffered a tremendous amount of pain and discomfort.

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