Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist Clarence Clemons suffer from diseases

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As long the saxophonist in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band has suffered a stroke, according to the reports.

Clarence Clemons fell ill at his home in Florida on Sunday, reports Showbiz. No further information on the status of the star is known as push IF.

The news comes days after Clemons, who performed with Lady Gaga in the last season of American Idol recently announced the U.S. national anthem playing in the NBA (National Basketball Association) finals last week because of a hand injury.

A person who worked in the past Clemons confirmed Sunday night that the race Clemons. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to speak on the subject. The person has no information about the state Clemons.

Clemons is when the great man of the E Street Band and his famous saxophone is one of the most important of their group. He suffered numerous complaints in recent years. He had double knee surgery and even a wheelchair at some point.

But his health is improving. Last month, with Lady Gaga in the season finale of the play "American Idol".

He is 69 years.

Clemons has been a number of health problems in the past 12 months - he had both knees replaced and underwent spinal fusion surgery.its all about Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons friendship.

In an interview with Rolling Stone in February said. "Disrupt the timing was perfect, it does not work with many things in my life (The operation) I was stronger, and last year I work in a few days a week physical therapy out of my ass to get in shape." m going better now, but still with a stick or crutches. But now I'm back with hip problems. I do not know why. "


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